October 12, 1934 – May 15, 2020
Beloved husband of the late Sheila Farer; dear father of Alisa Farer and Irl Farer; dear son of the late Abraham and the late Ida Farer; dear brother of late Leonard Farer (Shirley); dear brother-in-law of Alan Fiddleman and Anita Fiddleman (Michael Turner) our dear uncle, cousin and friend.
Marvin was a well-respected retail executive who worked in the industry for over fifty years.
Services private at Chevra Kadisha Cemetery. Memorial Contributions prefered to the American Heart Association or Alzheimer’s Foundation of America.
Private Graveside Service
Monday, May 18, 2020
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May 17, 2020
Marvin was a natural salesman. He loved chatting with strangers and I never say him being negative. He was a great husband, a wonderful loving Father and a loving human being. He was very generous to my wife Anita Fiddleman when she was growing up and helped her in many ways. He was so kind to everyone and will be missed MUCH.
May 15, 2020
By accident, on receiving notice of the death of Maureen Shapiro Rudman, a close childhood friend, I came upon the obituary of Marvin Farer, a cousin I had not seen for perhaps 70 years. Marvey was a little older, and lot luckier, than I was. Lucky, because he got all the castoffs of Little Lenny's comic books, while I only got those few Supermans and Captain Marvels that Marvey was kind enough to share with me. As I think of him today, on the day of his death, I'm feeling sorry that I never properly thanked him for those comix, or forgave him for preferring Archie over Superman. R.I.P. Marvin Farer, all is forgiven. --Adrianne Aron www.adriannearon.com