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Palm Cheyenne Mortuary

7400 West Cheyenne Avenue, Las Vegas, NV

OBITUARY

Howard F. Grossman

May 30, 1945April 29, 2011

Howard F. Grossman, 65, resident of Las Vegas since 1971, passed away April 29, 2011.

Born in New York City May 30, 1945 to parents Daniel and Julia Grossman, he was worked as an inventor in the casino gaming industry. Howard is survived by his loving family, his Daughter Marci; and grandchildren Zane and Adam; significant other Liana, her son and God-son to Howard, Anton; . Howie loved to play pool, go to movies and be with his grandchildren and God-Son, Zane, Adam and Anton.

Howard also loved to play poker and gamble; he was a natural winner and will be remembered for his witty attitude. He was a loving but stern father to Marci, loving partner and soul-mate to Liana, loving Grandpa and Godfather to Zane, Adam and Anton; he was everything to those that knew him. He will remembered as being a problem-solver; he taught those closest to him to have passion in their life and how to deal with problems. Marci remembers him teaching her life lessons, especially how to “stand on her own two feet.” He taught Liana to always have dreams and to be true to oneself. He wanted those in his life to always be happy. Memorial Service scheduled Friday, May 6, 2011 at 2:00 p.m. at Palm Mortuary- Cheyenne, 7400 West Cheyenne Avenue. Howard will be missed by all of those who were lucky enough to know him. He will be remembered with a smile.

Arrangements under the direction of Palm Cheyenne Mortuary, Las Vegas, NV.

Services

  • Memorial Service Friday, May 6, 2011

Memories

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Dennis Weipert

May 29, 2011

A quote from Dr. Leo Bisquaglia says it all about Howie...
"Remember me with smiles and laughter, as that's how I will remember you...
But if you can only remember me with tears and sorrow, then remember me not at all."
Dennis Weipert

FROM THE FAMILY
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1945 Howie with his Dad

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1953 Howie

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1950 Howie with his Mom, Dad, and Brother Sheldon

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Graduation

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2007 Howie's Grandsons, Zane (oldest) and Adam (youngest)

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Howie's Daughter Marci

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1997 Howie's and Liana's wedding at church

FROM THE FAMILY

1998 Howie's Birthday at his favorite Moroccan Restaurant

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

1945 Howie with his Dad

FROM THE FAMILY

1953 Howie

FROM THE FAMILY

1950 Howie with his Mom, Dad, and Brother Sheldon

FROM THE FAMILY

Graduation

FROM THE FAMILY

2007 Howie's Grandsons, Zane (oldest) and Adam (youngest)

FROM THE FAMILY

Howie's Daughter Marci

FROM THE FAMILY

1997 Howie's and Liana's wedding at church

FROM THE FAMILY

1998 Howie's Birthday at his favorite Moroccan Restaurant

FROM THE FAMILY

1997 Howie's and Liana's wedding ceremony

Biography

Howard F. Grossman, 65, resident of Las Vegas since 1971, passed away April 29, 2011. Born in New York City May 30, 1945 to parents Daniel and Julia Grossman, he was worked as an inventor in the casino gaming industry. Howard is survived by his loving family, his Daughter Marci; and grandchildren Zane and Adam; significant other Liana, her son and God-son to Howard, Anton. Howie loved to play pool, go to movies and be with his grandchildren and God-Son, Zane, Adam and Anton. Howard also loved to play poker and gamble; he was a natural winner and will be remembered for his witty attitude. He was a loving but stern father to Marci, loving partner and soul-mate to Liana, loving Grandpa and Godfather to Zane, Adam and Anton; he was everything to those that knew him. He will remembered as being a problem-solver; he taught those closest to him to have passion in their life and how to deal with problems. Marci remembers him teaching her life lessons, especially how to “stand on her own two feet.” He taught Liana to always have dreams and to be true to oneself. He wanted those in his life to always be happy. Memorial Service scheduled Friday, May 6, 2011 at 2:00 p.m. at Palm Mortuary- Cheyenne, 7400 West Cheyenne Avenue. Howard will be missed by all of those who were lucky enough to know him. He will be remembered with a smile.