Barry Levi Bambury
August 11, 1957
July 12, 2022
It is with broken hearts that we announce the passing of Barry Levi Bambury on Tuesday July 12th, 2022, at the age of 64. Born August 11, 1957, in Sarnia. He was a model of strong will and sheer determination till the end. Barry will be forever missed by the love of his life Czeslawa and his loving children Teri-lee and Travis (Lauren) Bambury. Much loved Poppy to Carmendy and Gabe. He is survived and cherished by his mother Lucy Bambury, Brothers Keith, Terry (Lori) Bambury and sister Sharon Fisher, brother-in-law Chris Fisher, his nieces Melissa (Jay), Kealy (Megan), Kayla (Mike) and his brother/sisters in laws, and nieces/nephews in Poland. Predeceased by his father Roland Bambury, 2018. Affectionately knows as BEAR, BAMBAM, BUZZ will always be remembered for his practical jokes, contagious smile and making people laugh. He enjoyed many shenanigans & golf adventures with his Best “BUDS", his many travels with his wife to Poland and the Dominican. He was a man always on the go and had the perfect job for that, working at Canada Post for 25 years till he retired. He was a generous man who showed his acts of kindness by volunteering his time and donating to the homeless shelter. He will truly be missed by all that knew him, even Tim Hortons. We would like to send our heartfelt thanks to Nurse Theresa and for all those involved in Barry’s care. Cremation has taken place along with a small family service. All are welcome to take this opportunity to share stories, memories and gratitude in a Celebration of Life, Wednesday July 27th from 4pm to 7pm at the Sarnia Legion, 386 Front St, Sarnia. Memories and condolences may be expressed to the family online in “Barry’s Guestbook” at mccormackfuneralhomesarnia.com. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Vineyard, Inn of the Good Shepherd, or Palliative Care at Bluewater Health.
Visitation & Services
4 to 7 pm.
Private Family Services
Celebration of Life
Wednesday July 27, 2022
Sarnia Legion Br. 62
Masks are requested for entry to McCormack Funeral Home.
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Czeslawa, I am deeply saddened to learn of the loss of your Barry. May happy memories of a wonderful life spent with him comfort you. Condolences to all the family.
I started working with Barry in 1978. We quickly grew as friends as I also had a great sense of humor. Funny but loyal. We had many good times. A very well respected man who will be truly missed. Rest easy my friend.
So very very sorry to hear of Barry's passing. Chris is brother is fellow posty Rick and had many fun golf rounds with Barry. Barry was our neighbourhood posty for many years on Tyrie and I am pretty sure every time we saw him he had a new joke. To Barry's wife and children and Terry and Lori and all your families please accept our heartfelt sympathy. Sincerely, Chris and Patti Smolen
Chris and Patti Smolen
To all families I send my prayers and condolences…my Dad Tom and myself worked for years with Barry at Canada Post. He was quite the character and alot of fun to work with even having to hear his jokes every day. He will be missed
Czeslawa so sorry for loss. Marty and Barry grew up together and he will missed dearly . We were blessed to know such a giving individual
Joanne and Marty Sadoquis
Czeslawa I'm so sorry for your loss. Barry was a joker for sure. He will be missed dearly
Honestly, he's one of the funniest persons that I've ever met, seemed he had a joke for every occasion. I was sad to learn of Barry's passing, took me by surprise. Caught up with him a few years back and had a good chat. He seemed so happy and carefree, which I knew was due to the wonderful Wife he had and his love for life. I remember one morning our boss sent the two of us out to take care of some post office business, well, we ended up going to the Casino instead, lol. I think all at the post office have some good stories too. Bam Bam, you sure brightened up the lives of those around you and that's one of the many things everyone will remember you for. To Barry's family go my deepest, he...Read more
To Barry's Mom and his dear Family, We are longtime friends of Lucy. Our hearts reach out to you in this time of great sorrow. Barry is finally freed from his suffering and his Soul is now with the Angels but his Spirit will live on in your hearts forever.
Sending you our Love and deepest Sympathies.
Jim & Carroll Whitelaw
I have known the Bambury family for years. A real loss. Condolences.
To Barry’s Family, My father and I extend our condolences . Back in the late 80’s we owned some condo’s at the same address as Barry did & he was wonderful to deal with. If we had any problems he was our go to guy & seldom disappointed us . He had a tremendous disposition .
He will be missed .
Bill & Bob Angove
thinking of you sesha, Bambam did so many great things for me since I’ve known him. I am lucky to have had that guy in my life. One of the best ever. I wish I could post some of the hilarious memories and things we did together!!! But I’m sure he’s told you:)
To Czeslawa and Family. We are sending you our Condolences to you all. Barry was always making us laugh not matter when it was.He will be Greatly Missed by all of us who new Him. Marcel and Joanne LaPratte.
To Barrys Family, My sincere condolences to you all. He was a wonderful man, always making us laugh, always positive, telling a joke, being generous. I'm so glad he was my neigbhour - he will be missed. Heaven will rejoice with his presence.
Our sincere condolences to Sesha and family. Barrie was our mailman and we became friends. He always had a joke or story to tell. He was so kind and funny and loving . He will be greatly missed. Your are all in our thoughts and prayers.
Tim and Sharon O’Donnell
My sincere condolences to Barry’s entire family on your loss. He was such a fun loving, kind man and always had a great story or two to tell me at the bank. When we chatted after his surgery he was so positive and determined. Barry, I’m so sorry you didn’t get many, many more years with your family.
Cheryl Hurst ( Cochrane )