In memory of
Barron Julius Barron March 13, 1922 - 7/8/2019 Julius Barron RPh. of Boynton Beach Florida died peacefully on July 8, 2019 in Marietta, Georgia at the age of 97 with his family at his side. Julius is survived by his wife Harriet Barron of 31 years. His First wife Esther Barron, and His son Ronald Barron preceded him in death. His Daughter Gail (Dr. Robert) Riesenberg of Marietta Ga. His grandchildren Elisa Barron of Taos, NM, Cary Barron of Woodstock Ga, Alexander (Theresa) Barron of Davie FL; Samuel (Natalie) Riesenberg of New York, NY, Eric (Melissa) Riesenberg of Atlanta, Ga, Debra Riesenberg (Yuval Berkowitz) of Eilat, Israel, great-grandchildren Reid & Bryson Barron, Alexander, Lyla, Benjamin, and Eliana Riesenberg. Julius is also survived by his step sons: Bill, Marty (Shelly), & Steven (Stephanie). Seven grandchildren: Jared (Lauren), Adam (Kate), Brandon (Alison), Garrett, Rebecca, Maggie and Sara and two great-grandsons Merick and Devon. Julius was born on March 13, 1922, in Cleveland Ohio, to Hyman & Celia Barron. A Devout Cleveland Indians fan, He served honorably in the United States Army Air Corps in support of WW2 flying B-17's, B-24's, and B-29's. Julius notably served with the 20th Air Force earning the rank of 1st. Lt. with 18 combat hours and totaling 1182 flying hours and served in Air Force Reserves until 1957. Post war, Julius graduated from Rudolph H Raabe College of Pharmacy in the class of 1949. Upon moving from Cleveland,Ohio to Hollywood, Florida in 1956, he opened his first of three Drug stores. Julius retired at the age of 89 from Bethesda Hospital in Boynton Beach Florida after 62 years as a Pharmacist, Everyone who knew Julius had love and affection for the man who changed all our lives. We will miss his smile, his funny sense of humor and his strength. The family would like to extend its gratitude to Tranquility at Kennesaw Mountain in Marietta, Ga. for their incredible hospice care. Funeral services will be at Beth Israel Memorial Chapel (561) 327-4965 In Lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to be made to the Esther Barron Memorial Nursing Scholarship at Broward College.
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