April 28, 1940May 20, 2013

Victor R. Liebensfeld, 73, died Monday following a sudden illness. He was the son of the late Irving and Shirley (Rubel) Liebensfeld. Victor was born in New York City and was raised there for several years before moving with his parents to the Washington D.C. area. He graduated from Coolidge H.S. in Washington and graduated from the former Benjamin Franklin School of Accounting. Following college he went on to serve with the U.S. Army in Germany during the early Vietnam War years. Victor worked in the Metro Washington area as an accountant for several commercial and retail companies. He loved skiing and was a member of the Washington Ski Club for many years. He also loved baseball. Victor will always be known as a loving and caring person, devoted to his family and especially to his Mother for whom he became a personal caregiver in her later wheel chair bound years. He is survived by his brother George and his wife Irene of Maryland, and his nephews and nieces Laura, Karen, Andrew, Aaron, and Alex. He was predeceased by his sister Emily Corbin. Graveside service will be held Friday, May 24 at 2 p.m. at the King David Memorial Garden Cemetery in Falls Church Va.


  • Graveside Service Friday, May 24, 2013


have a memory or condolence to add?


receive updates when new memories are posted

Robert Burrhus

August 2, 2013

Sorry Vic,
Looks like I waited to long to look you up, we worked together in the early 1960's after the Army, I always regretted not going to Woodstock, N.Y. when you and others wanted to go, it turned out to be a historical moment. We had some good memories to share, like the time you wanted to open a store in Georgetown.

Rich Weber

May 25, 2013

It is with great sadness that Cathy and I heard of your loss. Vic was a very special part of your family. You have lost a brother, an uncle, a friend and so much more. You are in our thoughts. Your friends Cathy and Richard

Ellen Leesfield

May 24, 2013

to my big cousin Victor, I remember looking up to you when I was a little girl in New York. You will be in my heart always.

Diane DePew

May 23, 2013

To the Liebensfelds, my friend-family. I remember the times I talked with Vic at your house. He always had stories to share and loved life. It is never a good time to loose someone under any circumstance. Vic will always be with you. Focus on all the great memories Vic gave you. With love, Diane