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Allan Barker

Allan Barker

Tuesday, May 1st, 1923 Sunday, May 24th, 2020

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Obituary

Obituary for Allan Marsh Barker

Allan Marsh Barker, 97, of 15 Bartlett Avenue, Nashua, died peacefully at his home Sunday afternoon, May 24, 2020, after a period of declining health. Mr. Barker was born in Nashua on May 1, 1923 the son of Walter L. Barker and Edith Marsh Barker. He attended local schools and graduated from Exeter Academy and the University of New Hampshire. During World War II he served with the US Army Amphibian Engineers in the Pacific Theater of operations. At one time Mr. Barker was Treasurer of Improved Machinery Inc. in Nashua and for many years was actively involved with The Barker Foundation Inc., a local charitable organization started by his father.
Over the years he held membership or was involved with various social, fraternal and civic groups. He served as a Nashua Police Commissioner from 1969 until 1981 and was a Trustee of the Edgewood Cemetery for many years. He held membership in Rising Sun Lodge No. 39 F & AM, Scottish Rite Bodies, NH Consistory and Bektash Temple.
Survivors include his wife of 71 years, Dorothy A. (LaRochelle) Barker of Nashua, three daughters and sons-in-law, Jean B. and Dr. Jon T. Traver of New London, NH, Judith B. and James McGonigle of North Conway, NH, and Kathleen B. and Douglas Gagne of Nashua; two sons and daughters-in-law, David and Carole Barker of Nashua and Doug and Beth Barker of Nashua; as well as his sister and brother-in-law, Susan B. Moran and Edward P. Moran of Bedford; nine grandchildren, Elizabeth Linge and J. William Traver, Nathan Gagne, Emily Ekis and Andrew Gagne, Margaret Barker, and Amanda, Elizabeth and Douglas Barker, seven great grandchildren and many nieces and nephews.

SERVICES: Due to current COVID restrictions there will be no public services at this time. Interment will be held privately at Edgewood Cemetery in Nashua. Those wishing to make a donation in Mr. Barker's honor are asked to consider Home Health and Hospice Care, 7 Executive Park Drive, Merrimack, NH 03054.

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    Edgewood Cemetery
    107 Amherst Street
    Nashua, NH
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David Nimick

The Class of 1942 at Phillips Exeter Academy is saddened by the death of its member, Al Barker.
On behalf of his 18 living classmates, I send condolences to Dorothy, his children and grandchildren.
David Nimick, President
Comment | Posted at 10:41am via Condolence
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Robert C. Barry

Rest in peace Commissioner. You were always interested in obtaining,all aspects of governing the Nashua Police Dept,always fair and well informed when making decisions. Your foundation helped many NPD,families in divers ways.
Comment | Posted at 02:35pm via Condolence
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Jim Liversidge

With fond memories of a kind, generous and distinguished gentleman. Rest in peace, Mr. Barker.
Comment | Posted at 07:35am via Condolence
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Robert G. Barker

While Al was certainly my cousin, for some reason during my early years in Nashua I thought of him as my Uncle. We enjoyed great times at his "fish house" in Rye. Upon graduating from college Al and Dottie presented me with a handsome leather brief case that has survived the subsequent years and is still in serviceable condition. I have often wondered how he maintained the Bartlett Avenue property in such a pristine manner. Sandy and I will miss him and his wise counsel.
Bob
Comment | Posted at 04:37pm via Condolence
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Aileen Cormier

My heart goes out to the Barker family. Please accept my condolences.
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