Herbert Argintar

December 19, 1925April 13, 2013

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  • Funeral Service Monday, April 15, 2013
  • Committal Service Monday, April 15, 2013

Herbert Argintar

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Steven Balson-Cohen

August 21, 2013

As a family friend who lived in Teaneck some years ago, I recall Herb Argintar as a kind and good man who always had a sense of humor. He was very friendly and took an interest in how you were doing. My sincere condolences to the whole family.

Margie Cohen nee Cowen

April 23, 2013

I remember Herbert as a wonderful caring person. As a child, he would come to visit his cousin Helen (my mother) and take me fishing and we would sit by the side of the reservoir just talking about things. I learned to listen while out in the woods: Herbert would whistle and the birds returned his calls. He had patience and interest in a seven year old. He also bought me my first record album: "The Wayfaring Stranger" by Burl Ives. I will always treasure the memory of Herbert and the times we spent together.

Mark Cowen

April 14, 2013

Although out of touch in recent years I always looked forward to Cousin Herbert's emails of wisdom and of course some of the funniest things on the internet. I wish the entire family my sharing of sorrow on his passing.

Rev. Michael Mulhall, O. Carm.

April 14, 2013

Herb had a wonderful way with people and made friends easily. He also had a deep sense of the holy, which I felt very privileged to be able to witness. His family was from first to last his greatest blessing.

April 14, 2013

Over the past 30 years I have grown to know and greatly respect Uncle Herbert. He was always supportive, warm, and giving. He always had a good sense of character and would tell you how he felt about you. He always had only good, kind, and loving words to share. He will be greatly missed and always remembered.
Bev Vezer, niece by marriage-