September 1, 1967 ~ June 1, 2015
Barry Kliwinski, 47, formerly of Weirton, WV recently passed away due to an accident in the State of Alaska.
Born on September 1, 1967, in Weirton, WV, Barry was a son of Walter and Frances (Mikulewicz) Kliwinski of Weirton, WV.
Barry was a graduate of Saint Joseph the Worker Grade School, Weirton Madonna High School, and West Virginia University. He served in the United States Navy Air Force as a Flight Navigator.
In addition to his parents, Barry is survived by his wife, Kristen of Olympia Washington; two brothers, David and Mary Kliwinski and their three daughters, Jessica, Kelsey and Terra all of Doylestown, PA and Bruce Kliwinski of Pittsburgh, PA; two sisters, Diane Kliwinski of Coraopolis, PA and Linda and Matt Pihony of Freeport, PA.
Memorial services will be held in Olympia, WA.
Memorial contributions may be made to Saint Joseph the Worker Roman Catholic Church 229 California Avenue, Weirton, WV 26062
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May the love of God surround you and your family during this difficult time
May you come to know that the love of God is with you always,
May your memories of Barry Kliwinski, give you peace, comfort and strengthâ€¦
Rest now in the arms of our Lord your work on earth is complete.
I thank you for your service and my Freedom. You will not be forgotten.
My thoughts and prayers are with the family of….. US Air Force Veteran, Barry Kliwinski, â€œA True American Heroâ€ God Blessâ€
â€ Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. John 15:13 â€
My thoughts and prayers are with the Kliwinski family at this time.
Fran, Walt & family,
We have fond memories of Barry growing up and his friendship with our son Tim. We are so sorry for your loss. You have our deepest sympathy. Kathy & Romie
My thoughts and prayers are with the Kliwinski Family. I am deeply saddened for the loss of my friend and classmate, Barry. I hope that all of our classmates from St. Joseph take the time to say a prayer and tell a Barry story to their family this week.
You have my deepest sympathy on the passing of Barry. I have many memories of the whole family growing up. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
Dear Mr and Mrs Kliwinski and Family,
We would like to extend our
deepest sympathy to you and your family on the loss of your son,
brother,and husband. We remember your family very well from Colliers
Way and our baby sitting days with your family. Those were the good days
and simple times that we miss. May God hold you in his hands and give
you strength to get you through this sad time. We will keep you in our daily prayers.
Dolores Ference Koper
Jean Ann Ference Custino
Ann Marie Ference Liferink
Mary Jo Ference Otey and families.
Dear Mr. and Mrs Kliwinski and the whole family, I just received the tragic news on Barry’s passing. My prayers of comfort and peace are with you all. David told me of some of Barry’s adult achievements and work. You all have a lot to be proud of. My memories of Barry are from childhood of course. I remember how much joy he brought to your family when he came along. I remember all of us neighbor kids surrounding him in the little, inflatable pool under the old apple tree near old man Burdette’s property and Mrs. Kliwinski’s daily venture out to bring us Kool-aid and snacks. You all were so hospitable to all the neighborhood kids and I remember that. The memories are still rich and I’m grateful to have had you all for neighbors. God Bless you all! Love, Frank Palcic
I met Barry during Navy AOCS training in Pensacola, FL. He was a great member of our class 04-92. I am proud to have served with Barry, may he rest in peace. I am so sorry for your loss.