Harry J. Loeb, 87 passed away on Thursday, March 2nd. Beloved husband of Anita Loeb for 62 years, Harry was born in Malsch, Germany in 1929. He immigrated to this country at age 9 with his parents and sister.
Harry served in the army during the Korean Conflict. His sweetheart Anita awaited his return,and they were married shortly thereafter. She saved his letters from overseas, which were saved and cherished, as they remained a tribute to the love they shared.
Harry was a leader in the leather industry, as anowner of Empire State Leather and Coated Fabrics. He and Anita were active members of the Fair Lawn Jewish Center for 50 years. To know him was to love him. His sense of humor was unmatched.
Whether in Fair Lawn or The Fountains of Lake Worth, FL, Harry and Anita were always surrounded by their close and loving family and many friends. This includes their three children, Keith, Francie and Debra, and their spouses, Susie, Bob and David, their grandchildren, Allen, Nate, Karen, Josh, Mark, Allie, Benjamin, Drew, Lindsey, Jared and Zachary, and most recently their great-grandchildren, Arden, Bryce and Case.
Funeral services will be at 12:00 P.M. Sunday at Robert Schoem's Menorah Chapel (Paramus, NJ). Internment will take place at Cedar Park Cemetery immediately following the Chapel service. Donations to the Fair Lawn Jewish Center or The National Institute on Drug Abuse