Barry Wayne Kiesinger, 60, loving husband of Mary (Dwyer) Kiesinger of Washington Ave. West Haven, passed away in Yale New Haven Hospital Nov. 29, 2012. He was born in Pittston PA Oct. 26, 1952 a son of John Kiesinger of Johnson City, NY and the late Lois (VanDuzer) Kiesinger and had resided in Virginia and New York before moving to West Haven in 1978. Mr. Kiesinger served in the US Army and was employed as a computer consultant with MBI Solutions. He was an active member of the First & Wesley United Methodist Church, serving faithfully as a trustee for many years and a member of the American Legion Post # 71. Barry, an avid camper and was Scoutmaster for Boy Scout Troop # 210 for many years and later an Assistant Scoutmaster for Troop # 16. In addition to his wife Mary, he is survived by his children, Michael Kiesinger & his wife Michelle of Dillsburg, PA, Karl Kiesinger & his wife Liz of Hamden and Lisa Kiesinger of West Haven. Brother of Lonnie Kiesinger of Johnson City, NY and Nancy Houck and her husband Jeff of Tully, NY. He is also survived by his beloved grand dog Charlie. Funeral from the BEECHER & BENNETT - TAYLOR FUNERAL HOME, 410 Campbell Ave., West Haven at 11:00 a.m. Saturday, December 1, 2012, followed by his Celebration of Life in the First & Wesley United Methodist Church, 89 Center St., West Haven at 12 Noon. Friends may also visit with his family Friday from 6-9 p.m. at the funeral home. Interment will be private. Memorial contributions may be sent to the Yale New Haven Hospital, Smilow Cancer Hospital, c/o Office of Development, P.O. Box 1849, New Haven, CT 06508.

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  1. Mary, Michael, Karl, Lisa, and family. Our sincere sympathy to all of you. It is so hard to say .Good Bye. to someone you love so much. Barry is now at peace with our Lord. Love and Hugs, Dennis and Linda Kopec

  2. My thoughts and prayers go out to Barry’s family and friends. I worked with Barry for quite some time at The Hartford and Travelers. I am blessed for having known him. He was a brilliant man and he will truly be missed.

  3. Our thoughts and prayers, along with heartfelt sympathy go out to all of Barry’s family. He will be missed and fondly rememberd by his extended family.

  4. We are so sad to hear about Uncle Barry. He will be greatly missed. We will be thinking of you all during this sad time. Love you all.

  5. My sympathies to the family. I’ll alway carry fondly the memory of coming up to the Adirondacks camping with Nancy and spending the weekend with the entire family. My thoughts are with you.

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