• 36 years old
  • Born on September 2, 1954 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States.
  • Passed away on November 28, 1990 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States.

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Barry Roberts,Sr., 36, born on September 2, 1954 and passed away on November 28, 1990. We will remember him forever.

Posted by Roselee Roberts on 28th November 2018
Thinking of you always! 28 years today and you are still missed! Will never forget your powerful testimonies and upbeat smile. I'm reminded of the song you sang at church "Tell me how did you feel, when you came out the wilderness" , my Lord, what a powerful and meaningful song. You sang that song with all your strength and might and GOD always Blessed! Missing you dearly, however, we know that GOD had a better plan for you, love you always!
Posted by Roselee Roberts on 28th November 2017
27 years today since you went home to be with the Lord. "Forever in our hearts" Thinking, Thanking and Praising Our God for allowing me the opportunity in having you in my life. Blessing us with Beautiful children and grand children. Love and Miss you greatly!
Posted by Keta Green on 28th November 2017
Thinking on you this day Uncle Barry with the warmest of hearts! Your smile and kind heart endures forever through your wonderful wife (my aunt) Rose, your four beautiful children, and a host of smart & beautiful grandchildren! Whenever I see them smile, I feel your presence! The love & life you and Aunt Rose shared will live on in your family forever! Love you as always!
Posted by Roselee Roberts on 28th November 2016
In memory of my late husband , Barry E Roberts, Sr. We pledged on our wedding day, "for better or worst, for richer or poorer, in sickness and in heath, in death do we part" And we have both shared these emotions and with the help of God, made it through to the end. Thank you for seeing pass my faults and shared your love, missing you always.
Posted by Roselee Roberts on 30th November 2015
"God delivers through Love" is the legacy in which my husband left us with to cherish. God is awesome in His ways and far beyond our understanding. Barry is missed. We have had our ups and downs (as every married couple will have), however, it was decided in our vows, "for better or for worst; for richer or for poor; in sickness and in health..." and fight for what we had. OUR love for one another was stronger than our issues, for the good outweighed the bad. And for that, I won't complain. I will always remember the night I was visited by his presence and reassuring me, that he was with our Heavenly Father, and he didn't want to come back here. You see, Barry confirmed that he would rather be with the Lord, than to stay in this world and live in sin. My beloved had his hope in CHRIST, No Doubt! This is to prayerfully encourage someone who will take the opportunity to read this tribute and know with assurance that there is life after death and there is hope int this life we now live until we get to glory!

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