Barry L. Swick, MD
August 19, 1947 - September 24, 2020
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Sunday 9/27, 10:30 am - 11:30 am

Barry L. Swick, M.D., 73, of Charlotte, NC passed away Thursday, September 24, 2020. He was a loving husband, father, brother, uncle and friend. Barry is lovingly described as a selfless, loyal, and dedicated friend and doctor. He would regularly go above and beyond the standard of care for his patients; all patients received a …
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Wendy Shertz Dipietr left a message on October 15, 2020:
Dear Maureen and family, I will always remember Barry as a wonderful colleague, doctor and friend. I met Barry when he transferred to Hahnemann Medical School and was my dear classmate and end of the alphabet buddy ( Swick / Tabolsky). I am grateful for his kindness and support as a female medical student and doctor at Monmouth Medical Center. Barry was a compassionate physician caring for my family and his patients. He was always smiling and loved to chat with me about our families and his passion for biking. Rest In Peace Barry. Wendy T. Shertz DiPietro
Dominick LoBraico left a message on October 15, 2020:
Maureen, so sorry for your loss. Barry was a great guy, always treated me so well, even when i was new to MMC and medicine. He was a great anesthesiologist, and likewise treated patients with care and respect. His spirit carries on in all he know taught and worked with :-)
Alan Zaccaria, MD left a message on October 15, 2020:
My condolences to Maureen and the rest of Barry's family. He was a great guy. I enjoyed working with him in the OR at Monmouth Medical Center. He will be missed. Al Zaccaria
How & Mary Ellen Bonczek left a message on October 4, 2020:
We treasure our memories and shared friendship with Mo & Barry. Such fun we had in Cape May, Juty 4th fireworks, concerts, tailgating and chillaxin fun at the pool! Barry saves my life in 1987. When I saw his face as I rolled into the ED at MMC, I felt safe. He truly left a legacy through his relationships and through his children. We are sad today and will fill our hearts with great memories. 💔
kathryn Kelly left a message on September 27, 2020:
Dear Maureen, So sad to hear about Barry, He was a great doctor and person. My thoughts & prayers are with you & your family. Kathy Kelly
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Judi Grimes left a message on September 27, 2020:
I am saddened to read of Barry’s passing. I worked with your father/husband when I was a registered nurse in Labor and Delivery at Monmouth Medical Center. He was a professional and treated everyone well. He was a breath of fresh air to his department. Living in Ocean Township I would periodically run into him, he would stop and converse for a while. He was truly a person who will be missed by all. My heartfelt condolences, he will be missed.
Dr. Ron and Carol Cohen left a message on September 27, 2020:
I've known Barry since the early days of my professional career. We did many cases together, both in the D.R. and the O.R. He was always a pleasure to work with, had a fantastic rapport with patients, and was a superb anesthesiologist. I went to medical school in Holland, he went to Belgium and we would often compare notes. He was a great doctor and a great person and I will miss him. Our condolences to Maureen and the rest of his family. Rest in peace, my friend.
Barbara Reilly Daughton left a message on September 26, 2020:
Dear Maureen- I’m sure you don’t remember me but I worked with you at Point Pleasant/Brick Hospitals. My condolences to you and your family. May your strength carry you thru the hard days ahead.
Joan and Marc feldman left a message on September 26, 2020:
We are so sorry to hear about the passing of Barry. He was truly a nice guy! We're sure he will be greatly missed.
Tom Hedican left a message on September 26, 2020:
Barry was a great friend and one of the kindest people I have ever met. It was Barry who, when he heard about a charity I started called Coach4Food, whereby I trade my professional coaching to young hockey teams in exchange for them doing a food drive for my local food bank, got the story to Bruce Springsteen. Coach4Food was inspired by The Boss's work with food banks and Barry's persistence led to a meeting between myself, my wife and Bruce in his dressing room at the Meadowlands before a sold out concert. He was selfless, funny and generous. I will miss that New York accent calling me "Tam, Tam, Tam how you doin?" Rest in peace my brother.
Deb Trautman left a message on September 25, 2020:
Dear Maureen, James, Dan, Mike and Maggie, My deepest sympathies. I am grateful for the opportunity I had to get to know Barry. A cherished husband and wonderful father that undoubtably will be missed. I hope you feel the love you have shared, many memories and the love of family and friends warmly wrapped around you at this time. May Barry rest in eternal peace and his love and presence be with you always. Love to all of you. Deb Trautman
Deb Trautman left a message on September 25, 2020:
Dear Maureen, James, Dan, Mike and Maggie, My deepest sympathies. I am grateful for the opportunity I had to get to know Barry. A cherished husband and wonderful father that undoubtably will be missed. I hope you feel the love you have shared, many memories and the love of family and friends warmly wrapped around you at this time. May Barry rest in eternal peace and his love and presence be with you always. Love to all of you. Deb Trautman
Monty Fisher left a message on September 25, 2020:
I am so sorry to hear of Barry's passing. Roz and I knew him both as a good friend in Shul and professionally as well. In recent years when he returned to Long Branch, we did not exchange handshakes we bearhugged. He was so kind and a wonderful friend. Roz and I both had our musculoskeletal problems also, so he was also our doctor. He always had time for us and we were not just patients, he cared so much. He gave us his personal number if we needed it, and one time on a trip to Canada we did call him from the road. We have a lost a wonderful person and friend. I hope all of his family can take solace from the good memories of Barry.
Woolley Boglioli Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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