In addition to the in-person service at the graveside, the funeral will also be live-streamed. To view the service virtually, please go to https://smclive.ca/ on Monday, February 12, 2024 at 11:30 a.m.
Barry David Kalisky, a beloved husband, father, grandfather, brother, and friend, passed away on February 9, 2024, at the Oshawa General Hospital. Born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada on March 2, 1949, Barry’s life was a testament to love, laughter, and unwavering dedication to his family.
Barry’s memory will forever be cherished by his devoted wife, Sharon, his loving daughter, Felicia, his adored grandson, Jake, his sisters Marsha, Maralyn, and Lorna, his late brother Irving, and his cherished son-in-law, Jason. His passing leaves a void in their lives that can never be filled, but his legacy of love and strength will continue to inspire them.
Barry was a man of integrity and hard work, always providing for his family with unwavering dedication. Despite his busy schedule, he made it a point to prioritize his family, understanding that they were the true source of his joy and fulfillment. He cherished every moment spent with them, and his love for them was evident in everything he did.
One of Barry’s greatest joys in life was vacationing with his family, creating cherished memories that will be forever etched in their hearts. Whether it was a simple weekend getaway or an elaborate trip, Barry’s presence brought an extra layer of warmth and joy to every adventure.
Those who had the privilege of knowing Barry were touched by his infectious sense of humor and his unwavering commitment to honesty. He had a way of bringing light and laughter into every room he entered, and his genuine nature endeared him to all who crossed his path.
Barry’s passing has left a profound void in the lives of those who knew and loved him. His absence will be keenly felt, but the memories of his love, laughter, and wisdom will continue to guide and comfort his family and friends.
The funeral service to honor and celebrate Barry’s life will be held on Monday, February 12, at 11:30 am at Pardes Chaim. It will be a time for those who knew and loved Barry to come together, share their memories, and find solace in each other’s presence as they bid farewell to a remarkable man.
Barry David Kalisky will be deeply missed, but his spirit will live on in the hearts of all who had the privilege of knowing him. May his memory be a blessing and a source of comfort during this difficult time.