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Herbert G Henn

HENN, Herbert G. on August 3, 2015, of Bergenfield. Before retiring he owned and operated Herb's Fine Foods, Bronx, NY. He was an Army veteran and Purple Heart recipient of WW2. He was a member and past commander of Disabled American Veterans, Bergenfield and a member and former Grand Chaplin of Alpine Tilden Tenakill Lodge 77, F&AM, Tenafly, NJ. He was a member of St. Matthews Lutheran Church, Bergenfield, and served on the condominium Board of Directors of 129 W. 89th Street, NY, NY. The only son of the late Wilhelm and Emma Henn, he is survived by his beloved wife Rose. Devoted father of Roselle Henn Stern and her husband Eric Alan; and Herbert William Henn. Loving grandfather of Jacob Charles Stern. Visiting at Riewerts Memorial Home, 187 S. Washington Ave., Bergenfield on Wednesday, 2-4 and 7-9pm. Funeral service at the funeral home on Thursday at 10am. Interment Ferncliff Cemetery, Ardsley, NY. Memorial contributions to Disabled American Veterans would be appreciated.

Funeral Home: Riewerts Memorial Home 187 So. Washington Ave. Bergenfield, NJ US 07621

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Wednesday, August 5, 2015
Riewerts Memorial Home

187 South Washington Ave.
Bergenfield, NJ 07621

Visiting Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9pm.

Thursday, August 6, 2015
Ferncliff Cemetery

Hartsdale, NY 10530

Interment Thursday Ferncliff Cemetery.

Thursday, August 6, 2015
Riewerts Memorial Home

187 South Washington Ave.
Bergenfield, NJ 07621

Funeral service Thursday 10am.

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Rose and family, So sorry for the loss of a wonderful man. He will truly be missed by many. Always keep your faith and family strong as he would have done. He would have wanted it that way. Accept our sincere condolences. Don/Donna Ebhardt and family

Donna Ebhardt Sep 7 2015 12:00 AM

In memory of my friend Herb. May you rest in forever loving peace

Jose DeLeon Aug 19 2015 12:00 AM

I am sharing some thoughts about a dear friend, a member of my church and a fellow journeyman of the Order of Masons. Herb was a friend. I always thought of him as that and I will always remember him as a friend. That is a big deal because friendship is an intimate bond between two people based upon mutual respect, sincere felicity and compassionate regard. Herb respected people. A hard working man who owned his own business and daily endeavored to do his best, Herb understood that others were also doing the same. He did not think his efforts to succeed were more significant that the efforts of others. Rather, from the core of his being, he understood that each of us does the best we can do. Herb was a friend true. I mean by this that Herb gave himself in trust and respect to others and expected the same in return. He would never demand the return of his friendship, a person worthy of it just knew that it was the mark of the bond which is sincere felicity. Herb had compassionate regard for others. His compassion was not something light and easily expressed. Rather, it was the deep human compassion of someone who had walked the path of life and knew of the dangers, the pitfalls and the perils. He knew of the joys of fulfillment and the pain of disappointment. He never spoke of these personal matters, but those who were his friends knew and understood that he too, as we all, had knowledge of joy and sorrow. I started this by saying that Herb was a friend and that I will always remember him as that. For me, it is my high honor to be able to say that about him and I believe he would say the same. Frederick H. Schoenfeld

frederick Aug 6 2015 12:00 AM

Rose-So sorry for your loss. Herb was a wonderful man. He was a gentleman, who was a kind and gentle-hearted person. He will be missed

George Williams Aug 5 2015 12:00 AM