Barry Behrman

April 1, 1946 - April 23, 2016

04/01/1946 - 04/23/2016

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Cemetery
Wednesday April 27, 2016
11:00 am
Forest Lawn Cemetery
8100 Granby Street
Norfolk, Virginia 23505
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Barry S. Behrman, 70, of Virginia Beach, passed away April 23, 2016. Barry was born in Norfolk, the son of the late Aaron and Gertrude Behrman. Barry was the proud founder of Q-Master Billiards and operated over 40 years, as well as the founder of Pools’ most prestigious 9-Ball event in the world, the U.S. Open 9-Ball Championships.
He is survived by his children, Brady of Charlottesville, Virginia and Shannon Paschall (Walter) of Virginia Beach, sisters; Gloria Ornoff of Norfolk, Sharon Schloss (Ben) of Norfolk; grandchildren, Hailey & Hannah Behrman and Aiden, Bailey & Abigail Paschall, as well as his “Boys”, Buddy & Wimpy.
A graveside service will be held Wednesday, April 27 at 11am in Forest Lawn Cemetery Norfolk. A celebration of life will be held at Q-Master Billiards immediately following the service. Condolences may be offered to the family at www.altmeyerfh.com In lieu of flowers, please donate to the charity of your choice.

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MICHAEL WILSON
6 years ago

Barry. I haven’t seen you in years but remember the 90’s when you, me and Raider hung out. You will be missed. See you again one day. Fun guy!

Sherry Breniser
6 years ago

I am so sorry to hear of the passing of Barry, I was his biokkeeper for over 20 years at Brittingham and Thiem and then with Strickland and Jones. He gas done alot for the pool industry. RIP Barry

Vivian Margulies
6 years ago

Dear Sharon and Family, We are so sorry for your loss. I know your fond memories will help comfort you. Vivian and Burke Margulies

Mark & Robin Fisher
6 years ago

He will be sadly missed. Virginia will never be the same for us

Mark & Robin Fisher
6 years ago

Will never forget last year’s US OPEN. At the end, before we turned back to massachusetts, Barry told us that he loved us. We are very grateful for the years we have had. Our hearts are broken that we are so far away. He will be sadly broken

Anthony Klemens
6 years ago

He loved the game of pool and the industry but more so…he loved people.

TRACY PORTER
6 years ago

SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS. I HOPE FRIENDS & FAMILY CAN FIND SOME COMFORT FROM ALL OF THE THOUGHTS & PRAYERS. BARRY WILL BE MISSED BY MANY IN THE POOL COMMUNITY.

Elaine Berman Deickman
6 years ago

Although I didn’t know Barry as an adult, I did know him as a teenager. My memories of time spent with Barry go way back to 1960. I remember visiting Barry at Frederick Military Academy, dancing the “Twist” to Chubby Checker, going to Ocean View Beach along with his lovely parents, and, sister, Sharon. Barry was fun to be around, always smiling, laughing, and joking. I will never forget those big beautiful, sparkling, blue eyes that could make your heart stop. Thank you, Barry, for crossing my path and touching my heart years ago. Heartfelt condolences to the Behrman family.

Norman David Soroko
6 years ago

To the entire family of Barry Behrman. Please accept my deepest sympathy in the loss of your dad, brother, uncle and friend. I know that time will heal this and we are all here for you.

Ted Maroulis
6 years ago

Berry, We had fun in our early years, May your memory be eternal.