OBITUARY

Marvin Mickey Sternberg

March 24, 1934October 29, 2011

MARVIN STERNBERG "Mickey" March 24, 1934 - October 29, 2011 At age 77, after a battle with failing health, Mickey succumbed to leukemia at his home in Frenchman's Creek, Palm Beach Gardens, FL. Mickey was a successful entrepreneur who created, operated or oversaw a variety of businesses including National Cup Company, Moyco Technologies, Pennsauken and Montgomeryville Marts, The Latham & Galt Ocean Mile Hotels and more. He served on the Board of RBB Fund, Pennsylvania Business Bank and Cellucap Corporation. He was recognized for his leadership abilities and received business awards along with recognition for his philanthropy. Mickey's paramount concern in life was for his family. Success was measured by their happiness. He leaves behind his adored wife of 51 years, Sue; his son Mark, his wife Wendy and their children Dallas, Samantha, and Lily; Mickey's daughter Janet, her husband Mark and their children Steffan, Shana, and Justin; his son Joseph, his wife Ellen and their children Marley and Jackson and his brother Fred, his wife Bonnie and their children. Mickey was a humble, caring and kind person. His favorite saying, "Aim for the Moon for if you miss you'll be with the stars" is typical of his approach to life. In lieu of flowers donations can be sent to Frenchman's Creek Charities Foundation, Inc., 13495 Tournament Drive, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410.

Services

  • Funeral Service Monday, October 31, 2011
REMEMBERING

Marvin Mickey Sternberg

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September 11, 2012

I knew Mickey in business, and he always had time to talk and laugh with me. He was a wonderful man. My condolences to his wife, Sue, His son's and his brother, Fred.
Delores Easthom
Corporate Communications

Payton williams

December 1, 2011

I am so sorry to read of Mr. Sternberg's death. I work for him at Moyco in Phila. Pa. and in Montgomeryville. Pa. For some reason he was on my mind tonight and wanated to see what he was up to. He was a very good man and always nice to me. As a lead mechcanic for him he showed faith in my ability
and trust in my decisions. He will always have a place in my heart. God be with your family.

Joe Sternberg

November 6, 2011

I want to thank all of you for your condolences and our entire family really appreciated all of the love for my Dad that has been expressed. - Joe Sternberg

November 4, 2011

Although we only met a few times, your family meant so very much to my son, Russell. He had the greatest respect and love for Mickey as the father of one of his best friends, Mark and he felt that Mickey treated him like his own son. Sue, my thoughts and love are with you at this time.
Bettie Brown........Dacula, Georgia

Guy Bernstein MD

November 2, 2011

It was a pleasure and honor taking care of Mickey (as he insisted on being called) all these years - he spent more time asking about my family than I could spend asking about his health. He will truly be missed by all of my office staff. My prayers and thoughts are with you during this difficulty time.

stephen klein

October 31, 2011

Each year seems to bring another family member gone,as cousins we spent a great deal of time together because pessa lived at sternberg house and uncle Joe made sure the family did things together.I still remember the wedding at the lycoming hotel.we must remember death is part of life

Valerie Sternberg-Medina Daughter of Brian and Angie Sternberg

October 31, 2011

RIP Uncle Mickey! Your legacy will live forever. May Aunt Sue and your children find peace and comfort in knowing you are loved by many and will terribly be missed. You have impacted the lives of so many and we will always remain thankful for you.

Brian Sternberg

October 31, 2011

?"In everyone's life, at some time, our inner fire goes out. It is then burst into flame by an encounter with another human being. We should all be thankful for those people who rekindle the inner spirit." I will miss you Uncle Mick R I P love Brian

October 31, 2011

Stuart and Judy epstein are in California. We send our condolences to you sue and the entire family.