OBITUARY

Arthur Irwin Feinberg MD

June 29, 1940March 13, 2019
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Arthur Irwin Feinberg was born on June 29, 1940 in New York, New York and passed away on March 13, 2019 in Miramar, Florida.

  • FAMILY

  • Patrice Gerard, Forever Fiance
  • Mark Feinberg, Son
  • Linda Feinberg, Daughter

Services

  • Funeral Service Sunday, March 17, 2019
  • Entombment in Judea P Sunday, March 17, 2019
REMEMBERING

Arthur Irwin Feinberg MD

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Suzanne Crain

March 16, 2019

I worked on six east at Memorial Hospital where I first met Dr. Feinberg and his surgical group. He was a wonderful surgeon and treated all nurses and staff with great respect. I was a unit secretary at the time and it was Dr. Feinberg who encouraged me to go to school to become a nurse. He was kind, generous and treated everyone as if they were his friend. I'm sorry to hear of his passing.

Beverly Goscin

March 16, 2019

As an operating room nurse I always enjoyed working with Arthur. When he brought David to Memorial it changed my life forever. The year in Philadelphia resulted in Steve and I having a beautiful second home in Ireland and a wonderful 31 year marriage. Thank you for all the wonderful memories!

Caroline Myers

March 16, 2019

Art,
Thank you for welcoming our family into yours. We have so many memories and life experiences because of you. You were Papa Art to my boys. They got to fish, feed Tarpons, kayak with manatee, swim with dolphins, climb mountains, water slide on rocks, pull crab traps, clean a fish, to name a few! You were always available for medical advice and even political advice (not that I always wanted it 😉)
You made my mom happy and that of course made us happy.
We will miss you.
Much love to your family.
Caroline (Cooey), Mark, Dylan and Daltan

Ira Baker

March 15, 2019

I have known Art since Teaneck High and later Rutgers. Even though he settled in Florida we remained close and were always in touch with one another.
We went on many
trips together - the Amalfi Coast, Holland, the Bahamas. When you traveled with Art you never had to worry what restaurant to eat in, he always knew the best ones.
Over the years we had wonderful times in the Keys and on his boats.
Whenever you were with Art you knew you were going to have a great time.
I will miss him and never forget my friend.
Ira Baker

Stephen Miller

March 14, 2019

I've known Art for 65 years! We knew each other in the Bronx because his parents owned the local candy store/luncheonette, but we became good friends in high school. We both lived in Teaneck, NJ. There were many years when I didn't see Art but we always kept in touch. About 15 years ago a group of old friends from high school or college started having a three-day reunion every year or so. When Art was retired as a surgeon and living in the Florida Keys, he hosted this reunion. He also hosted one at his house near Ashville, North Carolina. Art always showed us a good time. I remember the fun we had going kayaking near his house in the Keys. I remember going out on speedboat with a buddy of his who was a good guide to the ecology of the area. We had lots of good meals--lots of laughs. Art enjoyed life; he was an adventurer--more adventurous than the rest of us. It was always fun to be with him even though we rejected many of the things he wanted to do! I will miss him a lot.

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