Herbert Boginis

herbert boginis
Herbert Boginis, age 71, of McLean, Virginia passed away on November 30, 2009 at Fairfax Hospital. Loving & cherished father of Brigette (partner Karla Daly) Boginis. He is also survived by his nieces & nephews, Jerry Howard, Patti Del Guerico, Patty Dolinger, John Boginis, Tom Boginis, Tom Howard, Kelly Wood & Casey Alexander & numerous grand-nieces & nephews.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests that memorial contributions be made to the American Diabetes Association.

Funeral Home:

Money & King Funeral Home

171 W. Maple Ave.

Vienna, VA

US 22180

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  1. I was saddened to hear of Herb’s passing. We attended Glendale Union High School together in the 1950’s and have occasionally kept in touch over the years. Herb will be missed.

  2. We send our deepest condolences and our prayers to Herb’s family. Herb was a very special and generous man who made an unforgetable impression on everyone he met. He will be missed.

  3. Herb will be remembered as a class professional who did not compromise is moral fiber for advancement or monitary gain. I go back 35yrs when me met in Ocean City and have many fond memories from all the many engagements we had together, working on various projects. Herb will be dearly missed by those who had contact with him because he was a person you remember knowing. I pray that Herb is at peace and in the presence of the Lord. Joe and Sherry Lopez

  4. The members of the Class of ’56 of Glendale High School, Glendale, Arizona wish to send their condolences to the family of Herb Boginis. He was fun, witty, always up to something! He returned to many of our reunions, never lost touch. Thinking of Herb brings a smile to all of us.

  5. herb was a classmate at Glendale High School, Glendale, Arizona, and a neighbor in northern Virginia. I always took comfort in having a neighbor from old high school and will miss Herb more than words can convey.

  6. I’m so sorry to hear of the passing of Herb Boginis. Herb’s leadership and faith in me had so much to do with any success I might have experienced. I recently left for Australia, or I would be by his side at this moment. It is ironic that I would lose my beloved wife and my good friend Herb in the same year. Herb will always be with me, and may he rest in peace. I will never forget him. Kelly Mikules

  7. Herb, was a classmate at Glendale High School. He was always cheerful and lots of fun. Later on we found out we both had diabetes, and shared many comforting moments. He will truly be missed by everyone that knew him. Our sincere condolences to his family. Tom & Sylvia Chavez

  8. I have known Herb since grammer school. We attended high school together and participated in many adventures. In later life Herb kept in touch from time to time. My wife and I last saw Herb in April 2009. Although it had been a number of years since we met, Herb was his old self, always a friend and an all around great guy. Each and every time we talked Herb would talk with pride about his daughter Brigette and her accomplishments. Wherever Herb lands in the afterlife he will make it a fun place to be. I hope to see him again. Our condolences to the family. Jerry and Sharon Eldridge

  9. Herb was a bright, energetic and very engaging man that seemed to have a great zest for life. I have fond memories of him cruising in his maroon Town Car. He will be missed, and I send my heartfelt condolences to the family for your loss. Godspeed, Herb.

  10. Herb was a great friend to me. I have known him since 1994. For the last five years we have spoken almost weekly. His wit and humor, his friendship and wisdom will be missed by many. Herb always mentioned his love and pride of his daughter Bridgette and her many accomplishments. He spoke as well of his nephew and his family and their kindness to him. I believe Herb will always be close to the people he loved. Connie and I will remember Herb always. Don Michael Prange

  11. Herb will be greatly missed. I will always remember him as a man of honor and integrity; a loyal friend and compassionate advocate for those in need. He was there for me at the beginning of my business career (Boise Cascade) and in fact set the foundation for my future success. A great friend; a fair-minded, kind and gentle man. He will be missed by everyone who ever met him. Surely God has reserved a place for him in His kingdom. My sympathies are with his family and loved ones.

  12. I miss you so much Uncle Herb. I know that you are i. heaven with Grandpa Howard and everyone. I love you more than anything. I keep a picture of us together the last time I saw you in my locker at scholl and in my bedroom. You were and still are my role model. You tought me how to be a good person and I pray that one day I will be like you. I will visit your bench the day it goes in. I love and miss you.

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