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Aug 15, 2018 at 4:33 AM
It's Peter Bennett's birthday today.
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It's Steven M. Cohen's birthday today.
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Judy Samuelson Brandman has left an In Memory comment for Barry Segal.
Dec
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Dec 10, 2017 at 8:33 PM

Robbie Burk just reminded me of something regarding Barry. I think the camp that Robbie was referring to was my parents' camp, Ramblewood. At any rate, Barry did attend Ramblewood, but one of the things that really stands out about him is that even though he lived in Colorado at the time (a fair distance from Maryland) he still made a point of attending my mother's birthday party/camp reunion near Annapolis many years ago. That's the kind of guy he was....very caring and willing to go above and beyond to show others that they meant something to him. Rest in peace, Barry!  

Robbie Burk has left an In Memory comment for Barry Segal.
Dec
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Dec 07, 2017 at 8:33 AM

Although Barry lived just up the road (Wilson Blvd), I remember him best for the summer we spent together at camp. Barry was the most talented musician I have ever known. It seemed he had perfect pitch and could pick up whatever tune he heard. He could make the clarinet sing. He was one of the kids in our class of prodigous talents, it seemed that everything came easy to Barry in HS. Beating Greg in basketball doesn't exactly speak to his athletic "prowess" ;-). I remember he loved to ski and spent a lot of time on the "mountain". Sorry to hear he had Parkinson's Disease, a debilitating and degenerative disorder. Unfortunately, everything didn't come easy to him. May he continue to make music on the "other side".