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Service for:
Dr. Paul G. Barash, 78
June 8, 2020
June 10, 2020
Private Graveside Service

Beth Israel Cemetery, Derby Milford Rd. Orange, CT.

May be sent to; Daniel B. Barash Scholarship Fund At the University of Colorado.

Will be Private

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Posted by:
Dr. Ray Hasel & Mrs. B. Khouzam

Our sincerest Condolences to The entire family. Our hearts & prayers are with you.
Dr Ray Hasel & Mrs. Brigitte Khouzam
Montrwal

Posted by:
Nousheh Saidi

Dear Ms Norma and family,
PB was the professor of professors, doctor’s doctor, master of masters. He was larger than life with a heart of gold. I was honored and privileged to be his resident and trained by him and subsequently his colleague. Words can not express how sad I feel for his loss. The world has lost a gem. I will never forget his words of wisdom, his teaching, his humor and his kindness. No one will ever be able to carry his giant torch, but we all have a part of his torch that we carry.
My sincerest condolences to you and your family.
Noush-meister (as he called me)

Posted by:
Bobbie Ruff

Dear Norma and Family,
Even though we moved away 26 years ago, we still miss Or Shalom and the many friends we had made. We were so sorry to learn about Paul’s passing. May his memory be a blessing to you and your family during these times
Our sincerely condolences,
Bobbie and Steve Ruff, Boca Raton , Florida

Posted by:
Cary Passik

I was so saddened to hear of Paul’s passing. I am sure everyone knows what a giant he was in his field, but I would like to share a memorable story that showed me the quintessential Paul.
In 2005, Dr Rafferty was presenting a paper at the ASA(on which I was a coauthor) in Atlanta–it had been moved form New Orleans because of Katrina. Dr Barash was moderating the entire session.One of the earlier presenters was from France and gave a talk on all of the loud alarms in the OR, and how they needed to be differentiated by urgency and volume. In front of a large session, Paul said
” I see we have Dr.Passik in the audience- one of our cardiac surgeons from Yale.. I think he would say that the loudest thing in our Yale operating rooms is probably me.” That was Paul. May time heal the pain of your great loss.

Posted by:
Robert K. Stoelting, MD

Dear Norma and Family:
Paul was a personal friend and colleague spanning the years before and after the “birth” of the textbook, Clinical Anesthesia. His enthusiasm was infectious and his dedication to scientific accuracy was a vital part of his academic personality. Although all the editors of Clinical Anesthesia contributed “equally” to the several editions, it was Paul Barash who made the final product a reality. The combination of medical knowledge and business acumen was unique to our leader and vital to the success of the textbook. To me, Paul’s life was a statement to the adage that doing something worth remembering is the best way to achieve a lasting memory.
Sincerely,
Bob and Natalie Stoelting

Posted by:
Stan hersh

I have fond memories of Paul early in his career as a fellow resident and young attending in Anesthesia. We spend many hours in the OR together including many nights. I always have seen him as a warm and humble person, a real mensch. Recently we have become neighbors and it has been wonderful seeing Paul and sharing time with Norma. All our love.

Stan and Donna Hersh

Posted by:
Stanley Rosenbaum

PB was a mentor and a master and a maestro. A once in a lifetime personality, remarkably humane and tremendously wise, I am so sorry to see him go.
All my sympathies to the family and to his extended community.
Stanley Rosenbaum

Posted by:
Mike Genel

Yale School of Medicine was a special place when I arrived from another Ivy institution the early 1970s – small, collegial with an environment and culture that fostered interaction and interdisciplinary collaboration. Paul was one of the reasons and, though we never formally collaborated, we interacted in many ways over the succeeding years, ultimately in the Dean’s Office. The many tributes from other colleagues, students and friends speak eloquently to Paul’s impact and need no repetition but it is clear that we are all the poorer as is the institution.

Posted by:
Marc Koch

Dear Norma and Family,

My heartfelt sympathies.

Your Husband and Dad was not just an emblematic physician & inimitable physician executive– he was someone whose role in my life has been and remains profound. When I lost my young son, Paul talked me through how to cope, and his reassurances that things would get a little better provided me the guiding light to a deeper understanding. As an executive, he shared a comment that I use almost every day–sometimes doing nothing is something very big– and that being a good listener, measured, and incremental in action are often better parts of prudence. As a Clinician, in the Operating Room, working with Dr. Barash was a privilege and I covet those experiences. Although we have not spoken in a little while, he has been and will always be with me, and having the chance to know him has been a gift. With sympathies, Marc

Posted by:
Qingbing Zhu MD, PhD

Dear Norma and family:

I will always remember Paul with me at the fist day of my anesthesia resident life with a cardiac case. With his great mentor, encourage and friendship, I become as a cardiac anesthesiologist and enjoy all his knowledge and spirit pass to me. Hope to pass his great kindness and knowledge to our follower. Wish we all could be with you to go through this difficult time.
Qingbing & Jiayuan

Posted by:
Barbara Myers

Dear Norma and family,
We’re sending our long distance love and hugs to you all. Paul was a gentle giant of a man in every way. His kindness and love and great intellect made him an invaluable part of anyone’s life he touched. He will be remembered and missed by all of us lucky enough to be in his life. Wishing we could be with you to share this difficult time with you and hold you close.

Love, Barbara & Doug

Posted by:
STEPHAN ARIYAN

Dear Norma:
Paul was a dear colleague and friend since we both arrived in 1970. He was an outstanding physician, mentor, leader, and humanitarian. He was a partner in the trip to Armenia after their devastating earthquake of 1989, and the program for us to train and return the surgeons, anesthesiologists, and nurses who continued the care of their patients there.

His passing is a great loss to your family and to us, his colleagues. We can only hope that the good memories and your strong family will help you through these extraordinarily stressful days.

I will miss Paul’s hearty laugh and wonderful smile. We grieve with you.

Steve and Sandy Ariyan

Posted by:
Karen Pflanzer

Dear Norma and family,
We want to express our deepest sympathies to you and your family on the passing of Paul, a truly great man. We were privileged to not only have him as a cousin, but also as a friend. Paul was very gifted, yet very unassuming and we have many fond memories of times spent together.

Paul never hesitated to assist those who needed help or advice. Our family was very fortunate to have received his assistance over many years.

With love from our hearts to your hearts,
Karen and Steve

Posted by:
Renee and Larry Lerner

Dear Norma and family,
Words cannot express how much Paul meant to us. There are things in life that you cannot explain. We always felt that when we met Paul that we were touched by an angel. He was blessed with everything that G-d wants his angels to have. He has left a great mark on this world for good and caring people to follow. Paul was a giant in his field and among men. He will always live in our hearts.
All our love, Renee and Larry

Posted by:
Missy Church-Smith

Dear Norma,
My heart aches for you at this sad time. So many decades of memories are swirling around in my head – when you started dating, your wedding, your visit to St. Petersburg…and when I saw you last at your home. I wish I was physically closer and could offer some comfort. Know that I love you and will be with you on this difficult journey.
Love, prayers and always friendship – Missy

Posted by:
Aaron M Fields

PB was loved by all who knew him. I’m so happy he was a part of my life. What a huge loss!

Posted by:
Elyssa Bernard

We send you our most heartfelt condolences for the loss of this wonderful man. We grieve with you and will hold him forever in our hearts. With so much love, Elyssa and Alessandro

Posted by:
Sharyn Mulqueen

We are so very sorry for your loss. Thinking of you all at this time and sending love and prayers.

The Mulqueen Family

Posted by:
red and carole

Sending deepest love and condolences to all the Barashes. Paul was such a wonderful husband, father, grandfather, son, uncle, friend. We were so privileged to know him over the years.

Posted by:
Melanie belman-gross

Dear Norma

So very sad to hear of Paul’s passing. He was interested in so much and knowledgable about it all. One of my many lovely memories of him was his ability to to show a real interest in and appreciation for what we were busy with at that moment, which, for me, included the ups and downs of my career. He conveyed an endearing warmth which I’m sure touched many of us. Thinking of you, David, Jed and their families with love.

Melanie

Posted by:
Adriana Herrera and Family

Dear Norma and Family,

I am so deeply saddened for PB’s loss. There are no words to express how many people he touched through his life. We did not only loose one of the greatest in the Anesthesia world but one of the most humble, kind and caring men we all had the privilege to have known and called our friend. He was a blessing in my life in so many ways. He will be dearly missed and remembered.

My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
My heartfelt condolences.

Posted by:
Sorin and Leslie Brull

Dear Norma and Family,

I think you know what a tremendous influence Paul was on my life and career – like the lives and careers of many, many others. We will miss him tremendously, but he will remain in our hearts and minds forever. Our most sincere condolences.

Sorin and Leslie Brull

Posted by:
Alan & Trish Ruskis

Norma, David, Jed
Our heartfelt, deepest condolences to you all. I know there are no words that can truly ease the pain of this huge loss. Paul was an incredible colleague, mentor, collaborator, educator and friend. Please take comfort in knowing that his inspiration, teachings and knowledge will live a forever in the hearts and minds of all those he interacted with in the OR, The lecture halls and in print. We will always treasure his memory and friendship.

Posted by:
Archer Martin

Dr. Barash was an amazing mentor and friend. His passion for teaching and excellence in Anesthesiology has created a long-lasting legacy in the lives of physicians and patients that will last for many decades to come. It was an honor to know him.

Posted by:
Jinlei Li

Dr. Barash is an iconic figure in Anesthesiology and a loving mentor to many of us including myself. I will forever remember his face, his talk, and his generous guidance. He physically left us, which is a major loss to Yale Anesthesiology family and Anesthesiology specialty in general. On the other hand, his impacts through tremendous scientific contributions and genuine kindness will continue to be with us for generations to come, rest in peace Dr. Barash, you will be missed.

Jinlei Li

Posted by:
Steve and Miri Schneider

Dear Norma, Dave, and Barash Family,

We were so sorry to hear of your loss. We will miss Paul’s humor and good nature. My condolences to your entire family. We are keeping you in our thoughts and prayers.

Love,
Steve and Miri Schneider

Posted by:
Tara Munroe, CRNA

Dear Mrs. Barash and family,
One of the greatest honors of my career was meeting and working alongside Dr. Barash. He was THE reason I went to work at YNHH. I set out to “meet the man” who literally wrote the book. I had no idea of the magnitude he would have on me personally or professionally. He was truly a giant amongst us with a heart of gold. I am forever indebted to PB for the many “pearls” he gave me. His legacy will live on through each of us; every time we touch a patient and turn the page of his book. Thank you for sharing him with us. He will never be forgotten; his mark on anesthesia and our hearts is indelible.

Posted by:
Bonnie Goldberg

TO NORMA AND FAMILY, please accept my sincere sympathy on the loss of your beloved husband, father, grandfather, friend Paul. May his memory ever be for a blessing. With sympathy and shaom,
Bonnie Goldberg

Posted by:
Robert Lesser

We send you and your family tour condolences in this most difficult time. I have known Paul since we were residents many years ago. He was a wonderful, compassionate person who was a gifted teacher and a superb physician. He will always be with you
Love,.
Ruth And Bob Lesser

Posted by:
Rob Schonberger

I will never forget your kindness, excitement, and compassion as you taught me during my first days as a student in the operating room. You were there for me every step of the way through school, residency, fellowship, and beyond. Thank you, PB, for all of your gifts. I have lost a great mentor and friend.

Posted by:
Sue Garwood

I have lost an unbelievable mentor and unquestioning friend. I will always remember your immense kindness and unfailing support. You will be held close in my heart forever.
SG.

Posted by:
Shams Akhtar

Dr Barash was an amazing individual, teacher, friend, mentor. He taught me a lot, not only by words but by his actions; demanding but compassionate, teaching but without superiority, persistence but with patience, humility and humanism. I am blessed to have had him in my life. He ill be forever remembered.

Posted by:
Roselee and Ken Feinour

Dear Norma,
We have been privileged to call both you Paul and our dear friends for the past nine years. We’ll always remember our trips together and Paul’s joy at every new adventure the four of us shared.
Our deep condolences to you and your entire family.
With love,
Ken and Roselee Feinour

Posted by:
Susan Fidlon

Dear Norma and Family,
I am so very sorry of Paul’s passing and know you will keep wonderful memories of him forever in your hearts. I wish I could be there with you but I am in spirit.
Love, Susan

Posted by:
jonathan D katz

Dear Norma and Family

We are so saddened by the passing of our dear friend Paul. He was a giant in our field and a devoted personal friend to so many of us. He will be missed by all.

Our heart felt condolences to you and your family

With love

Jonathan and Susan Katz

Posted by:
Robin Gbur

Dear Norma,
If we were allowed to stand with you today, we would be there right now by your side. We know life will change drastically going forward, and have faith in your adaptability and patience. Your strength guides us all.
Love, Robin, Michael, Dalia & Ariella

Posted by:
Arlene and Peter Schwartz

Dear Norma and Family,
We are so sorry to hear of Paul’s passing. Paul was an extraordinary individual. At a personal level he was marvelous to be with and to share life experiences. As a physician he was exceptional. He was a spectacular mentor and teacher for generations of anesthesiologists. Paul will be missed by all.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family. We will treasure our memories and friendship.
Love,
Arlene and Peter Schwartz

Posted by:
Ed and Charleen Poglitsch

Norma and family . Please accept our condolences at this difficult time. In addition to Paul’s leadership and mentoring, I feel fortunate to have called him my
Friend.

Posted by:
Humayon Bashir ?han

A legend , a legend , a legend . No other words to describe this individual. Amazing man and amazing talent.
God rest his soul.

Posted by:
Minna & Lew Kaufman

Our thoughts and prayers go out to you, Norma, and your beautiful family.
Paul was such a special person, so kind and giving. He was a true gift to all who knew him, always eager to help anyone in need.
He will be greatly missed.
Minna and Lew Kaufman

Posted by:
Holly Robins

My sincerest condolences to the family. I wish you peace and comfort during this difficult time.”PB” as he is fondly remembered, was a teacher, mentor, colleague and friend. The world is certainly a better place because of his presence. I am grateful for having the privilege of knowing him.

Posted by:
Nalini Vadivelu

Dear Mrs.Norma Barash and family,
Sharing your grief with you at this time of the passing on of Dr.Paul Barash. He was always so thoughtful ,cheerful and kind. Always encouraged my clinical work, writings and inventions telling me every time I saw him ” keep doing what you are doing you are helping an incredible number of people everywhere.’ All of our family is here always to support you for anything you may need..
Respectfully,
Nalini Vadivelu and family

Posted by:
Anne Curtis

Paul was a wonderful contributor to whatever was the task at hand…getting through training, working on committees or even something so simple as eating lunch. Insightful, graceful, and always with a great sense of humor. I will miss him as will all those fortunate enough to have known him or worked with him. The paun will decrease but the pleasure remain

Posted by:
Keith and Anna Ruskin

Dear Norma and the entire Barash family,

We are so sorry to hear about Paul. He was always a good friend and mentor, but more importantly, he was a real mensch. He was generous with his time, he was generous with his knowledge, and he was generous with his friendship. He was always ready with a witty aphorism (“G-d will NOT get you for putting in an 18-gauge A-line!”) or quiet understanding and he always knew which was needed when.

Paul will forever remain in our hearts and minds. He touched a lot of people and we are so grateful that we could call him friend. Please accept our sincerest condolences.

Posted by:
Linda and Gary Friedlaender

Dear Norma and Barash Family,
It is with a very heavy heart that we struggle with the passing of our friend, mentor and colleague over decades. Paul had, amongst his many talents and insights, the ability to make so many of us…especially during difficult times and personal needs..,that he was there for and with us, as if we were the most important person to him in the room. He never asked for anything in return, even during his difficult challenges.
Aside from his unwavering commit to the well-being of others, we will remember his professionalism, albeit with a healthy dose of wit and even cynicism.
We will, of course, miss Paul immensely, but we have some many wonderful memories (around 45 years) that can never be taken away. We hope you and family will also find strength from your memories and may his life be for a blessing.
Love, Linda and Gary Friedlaender

Posted by:
sabet hashim

Paul was a man of great character, always a teacher and a noble person. I am fortunate to have worked closely with him. He was a strategist and innovator who brought cardiac surgery and cardiac anesthesia to the forefront by promoting the routine usage of trans-esophageal echocardiography. I am grateful to have called him a friend and will cherish his memory

Posted by:
Margretta Reed Seashore, MD

Dear Barash Family
I was so saddened to hear the news of Paul’s passing. He was one of the group of physicians whose judgement and caring we could all always depend on. In addition to that, he was always pleasant and congenial. I know that he will be missed by his colleagues and patients and the Yale enterprise in general. I hope that you will all be strengthened by his memory and the joys you shared.

Posted by:
Dr Emma Cataldi

Dear Mrs Barash and Family,
My heart sank as I heard the news of Dr Barash’s passing. Paul was an incredible anaesthesiologist, teacher, physician and gentleman. In the early 1990’s, I had the privilege of being one of his residents at Yale. Over the years since, as recent as 2016, I saw him at the NYC PGA at his inspiring lectures. He ALWAYS remembered me, as he did everyone. Paul had a gift with people, he treated everyone as a friend. Dr Barash’s enthusiastic teaching techniques were respected worldwide. Paul was truly a special, amazing mentor. Dr Barash will be tremendously missed by so so many.
With my sincerest thoughts and prayers and condolences to you and the entire Barash Family.
Emma Cataldi

Posted by:
Keith Donnellan

Dear Norma,
We are terribly saddened to hear of Paul’s passing and share our condolences with you and your family. Dr. Barash was a founding editor and the driving force of one of the most successful books in Anesthesiology and we had the great privilege of working with him since its inception more than thirty years ago. Paul always pushed us to expand the boundaries of publishing and thus many editions of Clinical Anesthesia included “firsts” for our program, a testament to his restlessly innovative mind and drive for excellence.
We are certain we not alone in distinctly recalling many of our interactions with Paul. He had an ability to elevate conversations and issues in a way that made them unique. He had a talent for getting to the essence of an issue, often by humanizing it in a surprising way. At one SCA meeting he made an analogy between his mother’s rules when at the beach for how long to wait after eating certain foods before getting back in the ocean to avoid getting cramps, and the levels of evidence for preferring some courses of medical action over others. A packed room of several hundred roared with astonished laughter as the analogy hit home. Simultaneously, it was a brave and embracing comparison.
And we remember listening to one of the residents at Yale describe her reason for choosing New Haven over other prestigious locations: “I came to study with Dr. Barash,” she said.
We will miss him as a friend who helped some of us when we needed help, and as an example of how to do business with sharpness and warmth, with the honesty to correct us when we argued the wrong line, and the loyalty of a close friend no matter how wrong or right we were.
We suspect that his co-editors and fellow authors on our shared projects, and his colleagues, and his patients, and his audiences across the world, will recognize this combination of qualities. A Chair of Anesthesia in Delhi, India said, when she discovered last year that Dr. Barash was a mutual acquaintance, “Please tell Dr. Barash to come see us soon. We love his work and love him. Please tell him to come to us soon.”

We miss you, Paul.

For your many friends and colleagues at Wolters Kluwer,
Brian, Brown, Keith Donnellan, Lisa McAllister, and Nicole Dernoski

Posted by:
Lawrence Cohen

Paul was a great colleague and friend to many of us. He served as Chair of Anesthesiology ans also as Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs at the medical school. If there is one statement for which he will be remembered it would be HE CARED.

Posted by:
Jill Arthur

Dear Barash family,
My deepest condolences for your loss. It was my great honor and privilege to work with Paul during my years at Yale. He was truly a gentleman and a brilliant and humble scholar. A great mentor. A respectful colleague. A kind friend. He will be greatly missed.

Posted by:
Ellie Miller

Paul Barash and I became “buddies” during the seventeen years I worked in the Deputy Dean’s office at YMS. I always thought he was the best – always pleasant and caring. My condolences to the family.

Posted by:
Judy Thompson

“PB” was an inspiration to us all. He was down to earth, approachable and kind. He helped so very many. I always had him sign the latest copy of his famous text and he always wrote “to my colleague and friend” which I cherished. I learned so much from him and had the privilege to work with him on my occasions when I was at Yale. We collaborated many years ago on a course that was marketed for CRNAs and it was at this time that I got to know him, a friendship that lasted through the decades.

I am so terribly sorry to his family for the loss and to the entire anesthesia community worldwide for the void he has left. All of anesthesia knows the name “Barash”. He was one of a kind.

Posted by:
Viji Kurup

Dear Norma,
It is impossible to put into words how Paul affected the lives of everyone in his sphere. We all have our individual stories of how he was instrumental in the types of careers we went into and the life decisions we made. He was a role model for me and I hope I will be able to honor his memory by giving back to the world a small part of what I received from him. I pray for strength for your family to brave this loss and I grieve with you.
Much love,
Viji Kurup and family

Posted by:
Anna Baty

Dr. Barash was a scholar and a gentleman whose kindness, wit, and relaxed demeanor always made him a joy to work with. He loved to teach anyone who loved to learn.
My deepest condolences to his family for their immeasurable loss.

Posted by:
Ramachandra Kona

Our deepest condolence on the demise of Dr Paul A Barash great Anaesthesiologist , good teacher , well known author .
MAY HIS SOUL REST IN PEACE
Dr.KONA RAMACHANDRA REDDY
Former professor of Anaesthesia
SVS Medical college
Mahbubnagar TS. INDIA
And all the Anaesthesiologists and
Residents (past and present)

Posted by:
Ramachandra Kona

Our deepest condolence on the demise of Dr Paul A Barash great
Anaesthesiologist ,good teacher,well known author throughout the plant .
We miss him for ever .
MAY HIS SOUL REST IN PEACE
Dr. RAMACHANDRA REDDY .KONA
Former professor of Anaesthesia
SVS Medical college
Mahbubnagar Ts state INDIA
And all the Anaesthesiologists and residents (past and present)

Posted by:
Barry Zaret

Paul was a valued friend, colleague and scientific collaborator. He was a great guy and a wonderful person to work with. I valued our relationship.
My deepest feelings of condolence to the family.
I will miss him.

Posted by:
Richard C Prielipp

Paul was the ultimate scholar and gentleman. It was my honor to learn from him.
With gratitude,
Richard

Posted by:
Dr. Anil Baghel

My deepest condolences to Dr. Paul Sir’s family.
He will missed and remembered. May he rest in peace.

Posted by:
Barbara J Avard

My deepest condolences to Paul’s family and his large group of friends and colleagues. I knew Dr. Paul Barash for many years when I worked at Yale-New Haven Medical Center. He was the supreme professional and caring individual.

He will be missed and us gone from this earth too soon

Posted by:
Nomita Bhawal

Dear Mrs. Barash,
Please accept my deepest condolences. Dr. Barash was an inspiration,mentor, teacher and friend to me. He will be remembered as a giant in the field of anesthesia but also as a kind, brilliant, funny man.He will be missed. May he Rest In Peace.

Posted by:
Debi Asai

Dear Dave, Shari and the entire Barash family, we are so sorry for your loss. May your fond memories of Paul help heal your sorrow and in time be something you will always cherish. Sending love and light. The Asai’s.

Posted by:
Fauzia F Qamar

Dear Norma , David and family ,
My deepest condolences on the passing of Paul .
Cannot not believe Paul is gone …
I feel blessed to know him and to have learned from him …
You are in my thoughts and prayers …

Posted by:
Howard & Martha Taubin

Dear Norma-
We were very sorry to hear the sad news of Paul’s passing.
Our very deepest condolences to you and your family.

Posted by:
Lisbeysi

Dear Norma and family,
So sorry to hear of Paul’s passing. We are heartbroken. It is a day of mourning for family, friends and the anesthesia world as he was it’s guide and pride. Paul and you mean so much to my family and myself. Please reach out if I can help, support you and your family in any way. Lucky to have met him and luckier to have been welcomed into his teaching , his guidance, his humble nature and friendship
With care and love,
Lisbeysi and family

Posted by:
Aaron Kerzner

We are so sorry to hear of Paul’s passing. We offer our heartfelt condolences to the entire Barash family. He will definitely be remembered as a kind soul while growing up with David in Orange.

Posted by:
Ranjit Deshpande

Dear Ms Barash,
My deepest condolences to you and the family.He was a true gentleman and a giant is the field of anesthesiology.I consider myself lucky to have interacted with him.

Posted by:
Balazs Horvath

Dear Mrs. Barash, my deepest condolences to you and your family. Paul was a true intellectual giant who improved everyone who was lucky enough to know him. You are in my thoughts.

Posted by:
Ellen Monforte, CRNA

Mrs. Barasch, I am so sorry for your loss. Your husband was very inspirational to me when I started my career at Yale and I feel very fortunate to have known him. He had a relaxed and easy demeanor about him that was so comforting in stressful situations. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers today.

Posted by:
Marianne Cosgrove

My heartfelt condolences to the entire Barash family. Mrs Barash, Dr. B. mentioned you fondly every time that I met with him! I am honored and fortunate to have known and learned from him. He was brilliant and generous in sharing his knowledge with me and the entire anesthesia community. He will be missed.

Posted by:
Jonathan Halevy

Dear Norma-
I am so sorry to hear to hear about Paul’s passing.
He was a true mensch!
He inspired everyone at Yale Anesthesia over many years to be their best. I became an attending physician in the department in 1987. Every time I bumped into Paul at a meeting over the years he made me feel special and lucky to have had the chance to learn from him.
My deepest condolences to you and your family May his memory be a blessing.

Posted by:
Miriam E and Michael K & Family

We are so sorry about the passing of Paul. He was such a smart, vibrant and loving father, grandfather and husband. You and the family are in our hearts and thoughts. I don’t know what else to say but that he was a very good man and will be so missed.

Posted by:
Mamatha Punjala

Dear Norma
I am sorry to learn of Dr Barash’s passing. You have my most sincere sympathies at this time.
Paul was an amazing and fantastic person who has helped and motivate all of us here at Yale anesthesia family. We will miss him so much.
My deepest condolences to you and your family

Mamatha Punjala
One of the souls Paul touched and left lasting memories

Posted by:
Aaron & Camie Wasserman

Dearest Norma, David, Jed, & Family,

Our sincerest condolences on Paul’s recent passing. We have such happy memories of him whenever our paths would cross whether at Schul or around town. He was always smiling as we would trade each other’s recent news of family and travel. He will be incredibly missed by all.

Our best regards during this difficult and sad time,
Aaron & Camie

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