Harold Vineberg

Funeral Service: Sunday, April 18, 2021
Private Graveside
Shiva: Strictly Private Shiva. Thank you for respecting the family's wishes.
Donations:
Montreal Association for the Blind, (514) 488-0043.
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Mark Yudin - 23 days ago

Dear Vineberg family, I knew Harold from bridge other card games that we played together. I was friends with him for years and saw him occasionally at Tony's . Bridge is my profession as I am a bridge director ( sort of a referree) he was quite the character. May your memories sustain you. Mark

Alice and Michael Kotler - 23 days ago

Dear David, Stephanie and Andrew Please accept our deepest condolence on the loss of your father, father-in-law and grandfather. Our prayers are with you. Alice and Mike.

Barbarasaltsman - 23 days ago

Dear family we knew Harold for many years back in the days of the lint on and Vanderbilt bridge clubs Harold was a very sweet guy and later we met. Up at tony shoe store where I enjoyed revisiting him it is a very difficult time for everyone now hoping you are well barb and David saltsman.

Alice & Michael Kotler - 23 days ago

Dear Roz,Gail,Nancy,Scott,Janine and Children, Our sincerest condolences on the loss of your brother-in-law and uncle. Harold was like family to us and we go back many many years as your Aunt Theda was a childhood friend of mine since grade 3.In the later years Harold and Theda were included to many functions at our home and to our son Brian’s home as well. Not only was Harold a Brilliant Bridge Player but he was also a connoisseur of the Stock Market. We enjoyed many many hours of discussions of the ins and outs of the market. He had a keen mind right up to the end and never hesitated to ask us about our children, grandchildren, and very recently our great grandchildren. He will be missed.