The online guestbook for Marvin Morganbesser

Posted on October 12, 2012
Posted by: Tracy Mangini Sylven
From: Wrentham MA

Message: My deepest condolences to the entire Morganbesser family for the loss of Mr. Morganbesser. Some of my fondest memories from high school include the warmth and humor of Mr. And Mrs. Morganbesser and all the time we spent at their home. Sending my thoughts and love. Tracy Mangini Sylven

Posted on October 12, 2012
Posted by: Sue and Sal Gaioni
From: Suffield Ct

Message: Dear Norma and Family, Sue and I are so sorry for your loss of Marvin, he was truly a great man and friend. The days and years ahead will be very difficult without him but,we hope all the wonderful memories you shared will bring you and your family some peace and comfort. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. I will surely miss him. Sincerely Sal

Posted on October 16, 2012
Posted by: Mary Cummiskey(LeConche)
From: Farmington Ct

Message: Dear Norma and family, I was so sorry to hear about the passing of Marvin.I have many fond memories of his wit and intelligent conversation.He was a gentleman and a scholar,as they say,and I always looked forward to a trip he and Norma would attend.I will always remember his kindness to my daughter,Tess and me whenever we were in his company. His love and respect for his lovely wife,Norma and family was genuine and true.I'm sure he will be missed by many,(he is a hard act to follow)and hope his work will be carried on by those who want fairness for the hard working people in his industry. with sympathy, Mary Cummiskey and Tess

Posted on October 12, 2012
Posted by: Bob and Rhonda Sattin
From: St. Petersburg FL

Message: Our deepest sympathy to Norma, Neil and Jill. We have nothing but fond memories of Marvin as a friend, tennis partner, and community leader. To be in his company was one of life's pleasures. He will be missed. Bob and Rhonda

Posted on October 13, 2012
Posted by: Faith Gavin Kuhn
From: Middletown CT

Message: Norma, Jill, Neil, and Elaine, It was Marvin who taught the construction industry that it is not how far we have come, but how far we have to go to make our communities and our society a better place for all. Faith

Posted on October 13, 2012
Posted by: Dr and Mrs Robert J. Gfeller
From: Bloomfield Ct

Message: We remember Marvin with great affection as a wonderful, witty person, who was a pleasure to be with. A very outgoing, generous, intelligent man, who was a wonderful neighbor for many years. We have and will continue to remember him.

Posted on October 13, 2012
Posted by: Joyce and Bob Flescher
From: W Htfd CT

Message: It is with great sadness that we lose our dear friend, Marvin. All of you and in our thoughts and prayers. Along with you, we loved Marvin. He enriched our lives. With our love and condolences..Joyce and Bob

Posted on October 13, 2012
Posted by: Charles F. Gfeller
From: West Hartford CT

Message: I was very sad to hear the news of Mr. Morganbesser's passing. I have great memories of growing up in the neighborhood where he lived with his family, including my friends Jill and Neil. Always happy to pour me an ice cold Coke (my favorite) and joke around, there was no happier, more fun personality, than Mr. Morganbesser. When I think of my choldhood, I always think of him. He will be missed.

Posted on October 13, 2012
Posted by: Charles Kuhn
From: Middletown CT

Message: I was fortunate enough to meet Marvin through my wife Faith when she worked with him at CCIA. We immediately hit it off talking about everything from tennis to politics to you name it. He was just such a good guy, funny and witty, and always had that gleam in his eye. I only have fond memories of him and I'll retain those memories for the rest of my life. Thank you Marvin for enriching my life. And rest my friend in eternal peace.

Posted on October 14, 2012
Posted by: Joyce Wojtas
From: Niantic CT

Message: Dear Norma, Neill, Jill and family, Sincere sympathy on the loss of Marvin. During the 26 years that I worked for Marvin at CCIA we disagreed often, but he was always a gentleman and a friend, and he even let me win once in a while. He was the backbone of a great organization and moved the construction industry forward over the years. He will be missed by all. May he rest in peace.

Posted on October 14, 2012
Posted by: Elaine and Harvey Raisner
From: Boynton Beach Fl

Message: Our condolences and thoughts go out to Norma, Jill, and Neil at the sad time. We will miss Marvin's friendship,smile, great personality, and wonderful phone messages that always brought smiles to our faces. We will remember the tennis, some bridge, and good times together. He will be missed by many many who will always remember him with fondness. Love to you all. Elaine and Harvey

Posted on October 15, 2012
Posted by: William & Judith Cianci
From: Vernon CT

Message: Dear Norma and Family, Marvin was more than a friend to Bill and me over the years - he was the best in so many ways, we can't count. He will be missed tremendiouly and always in our prayers and hearts. Our deepest heartfelt sympathy - he was truly a wonderful person both inside and out and his kindness will never be forgotten. Judy & Bill Cianci

Posted on October 15, 2012
Posted by: barbara feinstein
From: west hartford ct.

Message: I'm so sorry for your loss. barbara

Posted on October 15, 2012
Posted by: Charles LeConche
From: Hartford CT

Message: I will miss my friend and business associate. We went through many changes in our industry but we always found a way to be fair on both sides of the table. I will miss your humor and the ring that you never fixed. I will always remember the rattle! Sleep well, my friend.

Posted on October 15, 2012
Posted by: Joyce Dygus and Claudia Kulak
From: Farmington CT

Message: Norma, Jill, Neil and Family, Marvin certainly was a very special person as you know. His quick wit always put a smile on our face. We are sorry we were unable to visit with all of you, however, we are semi-recovering from flu-like symtons. Norma, at your convenience we would appreciate it if you would send us a note so we can have your address and be in touch with you. Again, we know your family memories with Marvin will remain in your hearts forever. Joyce Dygus and Claudia Kulak

Posted on October 15, 2012
Posted by: Mary Ellen Dombrowski
From: Wethersfield CT

Message: Norma and Neill and Jill: I worked for Marvin from 1975-79 and never lost touch with him until you moved out of state. He was a great mentor and friend, I always refer to him as my "poppa" in the workplace. I drive by the CCIA office on my way to work and think of him daily. I will continue to remember him fondly and with gratitude that he was in my life. RIP Marvin. Mary Ellen

Posted on October 16, 2012
Posted by: Sue Kristofak
From: Farmington Ct

Message: Dear Norma and Family, I am sorry for your loss. Marvin was such a lovely man... My husband ,Steve, always spoke so highly of him and Respected him greatly. As you may know ,Norma, Steve Died last year on 11/05. Alzheimer's is cruel to experience From both sides. I am thinking of you and will hold you And Marvin in prayer. Sue Kristofak

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