CAPE VINCENT, N.Y. — Barclay Taylor "Bart" Eames, 66, passed away Sunday, June 9, at the family residence in Millens Bay, N.Y.
Born April 18, 1947, to Charles Clifton Eames and Mary Jane Taylor Eames in Albany, he graduated in 1965 from Watertown High School. He served in the Air Force, military police, from 1966 to 1968. He was a participant in Vietnam War and was serving at Bien Hoa airbase Tan Son Nhut during the Tet-Offensive in January 1968. He received an honorable discharge in 1968.
He graduated with a bachelor's of science degree from University of Arizona, Tucson, Ariz., in physical education and a minor in history. He then received a master's degree in education administration from Oral Roberts University.
Barclay worked as museum curator in Sitka, AK, and Fort Drum, and did substitute teaching. He was a personal estate planner until his death.
His past times were swimming and building rock walls.
He was also a member of the Cape Vincent American Legion.
Surviving are a brother, Chuck, Calif.; three sisters, Juliana, Tina and Loralyn, all of Millens Bay; cousins and an uncle in Cazenovia, NY and Skagway, AK.
The memorial service will be at the family’s convenience in July at the residence in Millens Bay.
Donations can be made to Hospice of Jefferson County or Cape Vincent American Legion.
Condolences can be made at: http://www.clevelandfuneralhomeinc.com/Eames_Barclay.html