NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – After Mayor Megan Barry lost her son this weekend, people from all over Tennessee and the country offered their condolences to the Nashville mayor.
Her son, 22-year-old Max Barry, died of an apparent overdose Saturday, July 29 in Denver, Colorado.
Glenn Funk, District Attorney General of Nashville
While I cannot begin to understand the pain of losing a child, my deepest condolences and heartfelt sorrow are extended to Mayor Megan Barry and her husband, Bruce. Mayor Barry was very proud of her beloved son, Max. It is important for us, as a city, to keep our Mayor in our thoughts and prayers.
Sheriff Daron Hall, Davidson County
Rep. Jim Cooper
Davidson County Democrats
House Speaker Beth Harwell
Sen. Thelma Harper
Tennessee Republican Party
Tennessee Democratic Party
Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance
Metro Public Works
I just wanted to say on behalf of the Titans organization We send our condolences to Mayor Barry and her family on the passing of her son, and we hope all of you please keep her and her family in your thoughts and prayers, and we’re going to do that as an organization, and all the players are aware, and she’s a tremendous woman and it’s a sad situation.
Amy Adams Strunk and the Tennessee Titans
Gnash, Predators mascot
Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Tennessee State University, President Glenda Glover
Tennessee State University extends its deepest condolences to Nashville Mayor Megan Barry, husband Bruce and the entire family during this very difficult time. The TSU family is here to provide comfort and continued support as you mourn this heartfelt and tragic loss.
Room in the Inn
Adventure Science Center
LEAD Public Schools
Hillary Scott, Lady Antebellum
93.3 Classic Hits
102.9 The Buzz
102.5 The Game
Mayor Madeline Rogero, Knoxville
Mayor Jim Strickland, Memphis
Mayor Brian Barnett, Rochester Hills, Michigan
Mayor Bill de Blasio, New York City
National League of Cities
“Nashville” star Connie Britton
Mayor of Los Angeles, Eric Garcetti
Financial guru Dave Ramsey
Tennessee State University President Glenda Glover
“Tennessee State University extends its deepest condolences to Nashville Mayor Megan Barry, husband Bruce and the entire family during this very difficult time. The TSU family is here to provide comfort and continued support as you mourn this heartfelt and tragic loss.”
Metro Nashville Public Schools