Barry Thomas Wines
December 29, 1944 – April 11, 2021
Barry Thomas Wines, 76, of Manchester, NJ, passed away on Sunday April 11, 2021. Born in New York, NY, Barry grew up in the Bronx and resided in Keyport, NJ and Hazlet, NJ before moving to Leisure Knoll in Manchester 14 years ago. He was a member of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local Union No. 3 for over forty years before retiring in 2006.
Barry was a lifelong fan of the New York Football Giants, spending many a gameday with family, sharing in both elation or frustration depending on the outcome. He was also a member of the Knights of Columbus, Council #3402 in Keyport where he made many lifelong friends.
Barry loved to be on the golf course and enjoyed his time as both a member and an officer of the Leisure Knoll Men’s Golf Club. He could often be found studying the horses, trying to pick winners, as well as making periodic trips to the bright lights of Las Vegas and Atlantic City. But what he enjoyed the most was spending time with his family, in particular his three beloved grandsons.
Barry was predeceased by his wife Hedwig “Joan” Wines in 2017, his parents; James and Loretta Lynch Wines, his sister Carol A. Matza and brother Robert E. Wines. He is survived by his devoted son and daughter, Edward Wines and his wife Erica of Milford, MA and Susan Bertaccini and her husband Vando of Washougal, WA, his cherished grandchildren; Sage, Gabriel and Luca, his brother James Wines and his wife Maureen of Elkton, MD and sister-in-law Tina Wines of Medford, NY.
A Memorial Mass will be held at 10:00 A.M. on June 5, 2021, at Saint John’s Catholic Church, 619 Chestnut Street, Lakehurst, NJ 08733. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Barry’s memory to the Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation.
- Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation
10:00 am - 10:45 am
Saint John's RC Church
Barry Thomas Wines
May 6, 2021
First I would like to send my condolences to the family, I would like to share that Mr. & Mrs. Wines was one of our patient for a long time , and we loved them , but when Mrs. Wines passed ,I took to Mr. Wines and we just clicked. He was MY FAV and everytime he came in my office I made sure he was well tooken care of , we talk through out his whole visit every time , even as I walked him to the car. SMH, he was a special man , i lost contact with him when the covid hit and close down the office , but once we opened back up , i called to check up on him and told him not to come in if hes not in pain with any dental, and i called him every week after that just to make sure he was ok , our last conversation, ,i can tell he wasn't to well but, leave it to him ,(IM FINE Yolanda) i told him i was goin away for my bday, he told me to enjoy and live life to the fullest , i got back from my trip and back to work ,called him and he didn't answer, kept calling every week , til i got a message from his son advising of his passing,SMH, ,once again im so sorry for the family lost and the world lost , Mr, Wines was a great man and he will truly be missed from me and our office (Lakewood Family Dental)
REST IN PARADISE.... and tell Mrs. Wines i said Hi
p.s. To the family if there any thing you need ,im just a call away...