Barry Naderman

Barry G Naderman

May 29, 1956 - Apr 16, 2020
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Barry George Herman Naderman, 63 of North Salem, NY was a loving son, brother, husband and uncle. Born in New York City, he spent his early years on an apple orchid in Thiells, NY. His love for the outdoors and animals started at a young age and continued throughout his life. Barry was very creative, adventuresome, fun-loving and talented. He had a pilots’ license, enjoyed flying ultralight planes, racing cars, skiing, hiking, fishing and launching model rockets to name a few. He enjoyed sharing his passions with his family. Relatives loved his easy going nature and willingness to try new things.

A lifelong friend said, “Barry was known as a big teddy bear and the best friend you could ever want.” Also, “Barry was a very sensitive person, always concerned about others feelings, wants and needs.”

One of Barry’s earliest professional projects, while still in school in Plattsburgh, involved cartography for the Lake Placid Winter Olympics. After graduating he returned to Westchester and joined Raymond Keyes Associates. He immediately gained a reputation for his strong work ethic and creative solutions becoming a regular at Putnam and Westchester planning board meetings. Barry met the high standards of a Professional Engineer and obtained his P.E. license. In 2000 Naderman Land Planning and Engineering P.C. was formed specializing in civil engineering projects.

Barry and Peggy were married in March, 1986. They were very active from running their business, helping friends and playing sports to caring for their beloved dogs and new home.

Barry wrote that “I was blessed to have found her.” And that “She has been very concerned about me lately as she recognized I was having trouble and had been boosting me with the love and confidence in fixing this.”

Barry is survived by his sister Sheila Sackman and her husband Stephen along with their sons Seth and Joshua all of Indian River County, Florida. He was predeceased by his parents Gerald (Jack) and Rhoda Naderman of Sloatsburg, NY.

Peggy and Barry, married 34 years, were deeply loved by their family and friends. These loved ones died when a couple of key projects complicated by the Covid restrictions, became too much for Barry who took Peggy’s and their dogs’ lives and then his own. There are no words to tell you how much they will be missed. RIP

This tragedy was so out of character that no one saw it coming. If you or someone you know shows signs of stress or is in crisis, please reach out and get support….no issue is too small. Learn what to look for. There are great support groups for violence and suicide prevention.

A private cremation is being performed. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to:

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at

National Domestic Violence Hotline
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Jack Kupferman

Posted at 09:50am
I've just found out about Barry's passing. I'm in shock. Recently, I've been thinking about Barry and Peggy, wondering how they are doing. Now, I know. Just terrible. Terrible. I had no idea. The Kupferman and Naderman clans have been close for many decades. Barry, Sheila, Peggy have been wonderful support for us during out periods of darkness. Now, I'm hoping we can do the same for them. I have few words. Yes, Barry was a wonderful man, a steady hand, a warm heart, a good person. Peggy is a good woman with a warm spirit and energy. I just can't say much more right now. I'm overwhelmed and shocked.
Jack Kupferman

Tom McGinn

Posted at 02:36pm
I’ve just learned of Barry’s passing. We were roommates freshman year at Plattsburgh. We joined our fraternity together. He will be missed by all his brothers. Barry was the nicest and kindest person, and we had great times together up at the Burgh. Sheila, he always talked about his big sister and how proud he was of you. I’m sorry we never had the chance to meet.

Dave Fahringer

Posted at 06:19pm
Barry, you were such a good natured guy and I am thankful we enjoyed riding in the dirt and rocks of our Sloatsburg NY stomping were a few streets away...a nice rugged, hilly place to live. I moved away in 1975 and only recently looked you up about a year ago to see what you were up to these days.... we talked for quite a while and you reminded me you bought one of my Dads Ossa Pioneer motorcycles...I had forgotten that, glad that worked out nice for years...I had to tell you how much I was in awe that you would get into ultralight aircraft with pontoons and fly off the surface of our neighborhoods Upper Lake....and then land back there....that takes something else again...RIP my brave friend....

Posted at 05:12pm
I remember visiting Rhoda and Jack in Ramapo. One day Sheila and I took a bus into town to see the movie Funny Face and have ice cream. Barry a two year old little blond imp liked it best when I took him in the stroller near the road and he could watch the cars and trucks go by. It was always such a pleasure to be around Barry, kind, welcoming, and quietly very funny. Four and a half years ago when my son was ill and had gotten a diagnosis of ALS, instinctively I called Barry. He and Peggy came right away to see Dan and support us. Not a moment’s hesitation. There is great pain at this loss and that we could not be, were not there for them.
Barbara Cohen and David Klein

Gavin Franklin

Posted at 09:26pm
As Barry's brother-in-law I new him for over 34 years, we shared many interests; car racing, skiing, tennis and all the other things you do as you progress through life. He was always easy to talk to and I good listener. We always enjoyed traveling to Peggy and Barry's home from Michigan then Martha's Vineyard and finally Florida, we had great times with the dogs and our Kids grew up with "Uncle Barry." I will miss Barry and all the family fun times we had, I hope you are at peace, rest easy, Love Gavin

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