Share Your Story!
In addition to having friends share stories about Al Barry, we would love to have you share your story if you have worn the apparel. Please use the form to the right to add your personal experience with Al Barry or our modular medical apparel. Please note, your submission will be screened and posted subject to approval.
November 25, 2012 by Kathleen Barry (#4)
I am number 4 in the line-up of Al Barry's eight children and I am a Marine wife. I miss my father everyday and appreciate that this foundation can reach out and help so many people in a way that eases the road to recovery with dignity.
February 23, 2012 by Matthew Barry (Al Barry's Youngest)
I make sure to look at the foundation's website as often as I can. Every time I do it brings an immense amount of joy to me to know that my father's legacy is being carried on through a cause that meant so much to him. I appreciate the testimonies people have taken time to write. Even more I appreciate all the work Liz Barry puts into this foundation on a daily basis. I think it is great that this year the apparel will branch out to civilians to use!
January 20, 2011 by John E Meyer
Take this testimony from someone who actually uses the modular medical apparel -- this is dignified comfort for your long term medical treatment or even a short term hospital stay. Worth every penny, and if you care to help a "Wounded Warrior", I can tell you it would do more for their recovery than many other things you could do. Flowers are wonderful but the apparel is even better. Al Barry was a great man and supporting the Foundation honors his legacy and helps a "Wounded Warrior" heal in dignity! The web site and the…Continue Reading »
January 01, 2011 by Brian Hilyer
Lt. Colonel Albert P. Barry was a great man who served as both a role model and a mentor to me. Both he and his lovely wife Liz took me under their wings when I was a young man in need of a helping hand in life. They opened their home and their hearts to me and I will be forever grateful for their love and kindness. All my love to the Barry Family, and Semper Fi Lt. Colonel Barry.
December 10, 2010 by A.P. Barry Jr
My heart at this time is filled with a feeling of wonderment and loss. And, at the same time, I’m also filled with a sense of immense appreciation and gratitude for the things you (Liz) have done for my father both while living and once he had passed. You are truly one of a kind. Much Love and Thanks Semper Fi!!
October 06, 2010 by Beatrice
This is a beautiful website and tribute to my dad whom I miss very much and think of several times a day! Thank you.
September 21, 2010 by Richard Corbin
I recently had knee replacement surgery and was fortunate enough to have access to the Barry line of medical clothing. The clothing is the highest quality and most purpose designed clothes that I've ever seen. I've had several major surgeries in my life and the hospital clothing as well as my personal bed clothes were ALWAYS uncomfortable, hard to get into and out of, and poorly designed for IV lines, drain lines, catheters, etc. This clothing was designed for all hospital and physical therapy procedures. The placement of the plastic snaps/openings could not be more…Continue Reading »
September 14, 2010 by Major General Stanhope S. Spears, Adjutant General of South Carolina
Lt. Colonel Albert P. Barry was a patriot whose love for country, family and freedom served as an inspiration to all who knew him. His support for the Citizen-Soldiers and Airmen of the Palmetto State was unwavering. Your contribution to the Al Barry Foundation will support his efforts to help our Guardsmen during their recovery.
September 14, 2010 by Barbara A. Mikulski, United States Senator
Al Barry was my friend and I valued his sage advice and good counsel. He set high standards for excellence in the execution of his mission at AAI and inspired others to conform to his expectations. Since he was first and foremost a Marine, I knew that Al always thought first about what was best for the security of our nation and the safety of our military. Semper Fi was something Al lived every day of his life.
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