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Barry Warren Zeisloft

February 20, 1958 - September 30, 2018


Barry Warren Zeisloft, age 60, passed away unexpectedly on Sunday, September 30, 2018, surrounded by his loving family.

Born in Bloomsburg, PA on February 20, 1958, he was the son of Warren W. and Carole J. Zeisloft.

All services will be held privately.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made in Barry’s name to the MS Society Greater Delaware Valley Chapter, 30 S 17th St #800, Philadelphia, PA 19103.

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6 Guestbook messages for Barry Warren Zeisloft

  • what can I say he was a nephew a best friend and my buddy in life he is free from the chains and torment of his life and now he got his wish to be just like everyone else ,but here he was the teacher for me taught us unconditional love and understanding and the best things in life free
    love uncle terry buddy and friend

  • You are free now Barry to share life with the angels and your family that has arrived in heaven before you. Life here on earth is only temporary You now have the forever life with Jesus and family

  • Dear Uncle Wilmer and Aunt Carol, our hearts go out to you both. We are so sorry for your great loss. Just know that you have done your best to give Barry the best life possible. We are here for you However you may need us. Gods blessings to you both. Love and deep sympathy, Webb and Stacey.

  • I am so sorry for your loss. I always enjoyed being around Barry when he was younger. He always amazed me with his ability to know every baseball player, their batting average and position they played. I often thought about him and wondered how he was doing. He was very loved by many people.

  • Carole and Wilmer, I want to extend my deepest sympathy in this time of sorrow. I remember how exciting it was to have Barry as the new baby in Elk Grove. He would always come over to watch the ball games with daddy when he came to Elk Grove with your mom.

  • My heart is so heavy. I worked with Barry as a Job Coach, at the Salvation Army. He made me laugh every single day. May his soul Rest In Peace.