Herbert Morris FELDMAN
February 4, 1932 – November 15, 2020
Herbert Morris FELDMAN was born on February 4, 1932 and passed away on November 15, 2020 and is under the care of Blount and Curry Funeral Home Oldsmar West Hillsborough Chapel.
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Herbert Morris FELDMAN
November 21, 2020
Herbert Morris Feldman, better known as Herbie, passed away peacefully at 5:10 pm November 15, 2020. Herbie was proceeded in death by his parents, Joseph and Tibie, sisters, Thelma(Goldberg), Diane(Kendal) and wife of 55 years, Anita “Toni” Feldman. He is survived by his three children, Randy (Kelly), Wendi (Bobby), and Kristi (Thomas), partner Lillian Conner, many grandchildren and great grandchildren as well as extended family. Herbie had a love for life like no other and a drive and desire to always provide for his family. He was a veteran having served both in the Navy Reserve and also in the Army during the Korean conflict. He played tennis up until the very last years of his life and continued to foster his relationships with the boys at the tennis club even when he could no longer play. While taking care of Toni before her passing he rebuilt a 1930 Ford Model A which remains with the family to help tell the stories of Herbie’s life. He was incredibly proud of his children and their accomplishments in life but he was most proud of his 14, he’d make sure to tell you soon to be 15, great grandchildren. In his office pictures could always be found of his family and he loved to tell anyone who would listen about his great grandchildren as no one could beat his count. Herbie will be missed by all who had the pleasure of meeting him and even more by those who got to know him. There truly was not a happier more loving and caring person you could have meant and his smile will be sorely missed in this world. Herbie was laid to rest November 19, 2020 at the Florida National Cemetery in Bushnell Florida.
November 18, 2020
Thank you Uncle Herb for being part of our family. Even though I was an adopted niece, your love and kindness was felt. May the arms of heaven be yours. Peace be with you and your families.