Barry Goodliffe : BCal Engineering
It is with sadness we have learnt that Barry passed away, aged 73, on 30th September 2020. Our sincere condolences go out to his family, wife Felicity, children Glenn and Melody and grandchildren Samuel, Ashton, Zachary, Abigail and Isabelle, friends and former colleagues at this difficult time.

Barry worked for BCAL from 1977 until the merger with BA. His first role at BCAL was as maintenance supervisor at Gatwick and later in more senior maintenance roles.  Barry was outstation engineer at Dallas/Fort Worth from 1981 to 1983 and subsequently USA relief engineer.

Service details

A service was held in October 2020 for Barry.

The family have set up a tribute page with donations in his memory to St Catherineís Hospice

Barry Remembered

From Jim Will
: RIP Barry.

From Sally Simmonds: Very sorry to hear.

From Jeremy Berridge: Such a nice guy

From Ian Plumridge: That's very sad need, a real gentleman. RIP Barry.

From John Drillsma: Thatís very sad news. RIP Barry

From Simon McIntosh: So sad I met Barry a few years ago when he was with the CAA, an absolute gentleman. RIP Barry

From Ray Astridge: So sorry to hear this bad news. He was a gent of the first order. RIP Barry.

From Riaz Butt: Sad news, one of the nicest people. RIP.

From Caron Phillips: RIP Barry and my condolences to his family and friends

From Dave Surry: Very sad news, RIP Barry

From Susie Douglas-Smith: My condolence to his friends and family

From Bob Cooper: Very sad news, Barry was a true Gent RIP.

From Ian Sharkey: This is sad news.  I remember Barry as one of life's all-around nice guys.  RIP

From Paul Robinson: Sorry to hear this sad news, he was a great guy to work with.

If you would like to leave a message in remembrance please drop me a line anytime at

Condolences have also been extended by:

Dave Thaxter, Peter Kenworthy, Mel Sanders, Peter Durran, Kris Massie, Paul Marshall, Gina Dixon, Jackie Hebert, Liz Rogers, Roger Warren, Fee Flee, Vic Attwood, Keith Stevens, John Morgan, Riaz Butt, Christine Jegu, Richard Heywood,

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