Aaron Barber

Obituary of Aaron Lee Barber

Aaron Lee Barber, 49, former long-time resident of Cortland, passed away after a brave battle with a lengthy illness at United Helpers Nursing Home in Ogdensburg, NY. He was born to the late Byron and Hattie Acker Barber on January 10, 1963. He is survived by his sister Karen (Robert) Donaldson, niece Robyn Conner, nephew Edward Donaldson, great nieces Mackenzie and Bellica Conner and great nephew Dominic Conner.In addition to his parents, Aaron was predeceased by his sister Katherine Ardis.Calling hours will be held Saturday, August 18 from 1-2pm with a funeral service to begin at 2pm at Wright-Beard Funeral Home Inc. 9 Lincoln Ave. Cortland. Interment will follow at Cortland Rural Cemetery.Contributions may be made to the American Diabetes Association, 6390 Fly Road East Syracuse, NY 13057 .To offer condolences online visit www.wright-beard.com Karen, Your probably don't remember us being at Kathy's party after her graduation from TC3. Aaron was at our house a lot when he was real young. My husband & him would ride motorcycles together. He went through so much in his short life. We were surprised to read that Kathy had also passed. We left Cortland nearly 30 years ago & lost touch with a lot of people. Kathy & I worked together at Smith Corona. We would sometimes get together with Dave & Kathy. We would see your mom when she would come next door to Mr. Price's house. I can't tell you how saddened we are by this news. Our thoughts & prayers are with you & your family. God Bless you.Joe & Bonnie Hutchings-Berkshire,NY My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I was so saddened to hear of Aaron's passing. I had lost track of Aaron many years ago. Aaron "scooter" was my first boyfried (1975 ish). I spent a lot of time on Parker Ave. My grandmother "Clara Sherry" lived next door at 25 and I also babysat for the Ryan family. Then my brother Dale and his family moved into 25 for a few years. I know he is in a better place and will be greatly missed, but we can coninue in life cherishing all the great memories we have of him. My sincere condolences, Denise "Sherry" Peroulakis Karen, I was sorry to read of Aaron's passing. He and Mark were playmates when we lived at 32 Parker Ave. Your Dad and my late husband Joe Cincotta were good friends too. I remember "Scotter" coming to visit Mark after his dad died. That was so kind of him. I was unaware of your sister's passing. I am so sorry for your losses. Diana Cincotta Cianflocco
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