Lorraine Barg

March 31, 1961April 10, 2018

Lorraine Barg was born on March 31, 1961 and passed away on April 10, 2018 and is under the care of Leo P. Gallagher & Son Funeral Home.

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Amy Guttman

April 10, 2021

Walking through the doors of the Shippan Racquet Club and Kings Highway Tennis Club was always the highlight of my day because I got to see Lorraine. She was so patient and friendly to everyone and her love for the sport was apparent. If Lorraine was not at the front desk, I would often hold off on asking questions until she returned. After Shippan closed, I had the opportunity to play on her Mixed Doubles team at Kings Highway. My husband and I adored Lorraine and thought she was the best captain. Whether you won or lost the match, Lorraine would be ready with a ton of compliments and ready to say a toast to all players. We had a blast hanging out with the team and Lorraine after the match was completed. Lorraine attended the matches to support the team regardless if she was in the line-up. I was very sad to hear of Lorraine's passing and we miss her smile and positive energy very much.

Kym OKeefe

April 10, 2021

I met Lorraine through tennis like many others. We worked together behind the desk and I always admired her wit, humor and intelligence. She was an extremely hard worker and did her job well. What I admired most about Lorraine was her candidness and honestly, which said a lot about the big-hearted person she was.

I am thankful for the memories I have of Lorraine. Rest peacefully

Sum_It .

June 22, 2018

I met Lorraine through a tennis blog. She was funny, witty, and a passionate sports fan. I never had a chance to meet her in person, but I remember sharing many many laughs with her through the interwebs. I am stunned to know that she is no more. Regretfully, it had been a long while since we had interacted. I will miss her a lot and I hope she is happy and peaceful wherever she is.

Mike Foerster

June 19, 2018

Mike Foerster (Dropper)

I also knew Lorraine through our love for tennis. She was sharp, witty, compassionate, and had a wonderful talent for wordplay.
I thought this was the summer to pay L a visit but it was not to be. I will miss her dearly.
My sincerest condolences to Lorraine’s friends and family.

Lady J

June 18, 2018

Lorraine was a dear, dear friend who I was e-troduced to via our shared love of tennis. she and I shared many interests, but the most special trait we had was our shared love of respect for our fellow man. even when that person was filthier than a gutter the morning after st. patrick's day, she managed to eek out the sort of courtesy we wanted on our worst days. i love her and miss her dearly.