Representative Mask and his wife Jill moved to the Redland community outside of Wetumpka in 1993 shortly after their marriage.
At Auburn University, Representative Mask continued his leadership development in SGA, and by being elected President of his fraternity, Phi Kappa Tau, and by being elected by his peers as president of the Interfraternity Council (IFC). He was a co-founder of the Shug Jordan/Dean Katherine Cater Lukemia Fund. However, Representative Mask is most noted for being selected as Auburn University's first official "Aubie the Tiger" mascot in 1979, and was named Best Mascot at the 1979 UCA Camp Competition. Barry received his B.S. in Public Administration.
Representative Mask began a career in governmental affairs working for the Alabama State Employees Association, the Alabama Association of Realtors, the Business Council of Alabama and the Alabama Industry & Manufacturers Association. In 1999, he began a new career in the private sector working for an architectural & engineering firm. He was the project manager for Montgomery's much lauded Riverfront master plan in 2000-2001.
Representative Mask was a member of the first class of Leadership Elmore County, and a co-founder and Vice-Chairman of the Elmore County Economic Development Authority. He served as Vice-Chairman of the Central Elmore Water & Sewer Authority. He was the co-founder and Chairman of the Joe Sewell Award, established in 2005 to recognize Elmore County's outstanding high school student Christian athletes. He is the past president of the Elmore County Auburn Club, and a life member of the Auburn Alumni Association. He is an elected member of the National Council of the Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity. He serves on the Board of Directors of the Elmore County Community Foundation. He is a member of the Lion's Club of Wetumpka, and the Redland Community Association.
Ways and Means Education
Economic Development and Tourism (Chair)
Internal Affairs (Vice Chair)