Herbert Danzer(1921 - 2014)

Danzer, Herbert Herbert Danzer was born August 27, 1921 in Brooklyn, New York and passed away July 15, 2014 in Geneva, Switzerland where he lived for the past 50 years. Herbert served with the U.S. Army in World War II. While stationed and serving in Europe he was wounded for which he was awarded The Purple Heart. He is survived by his Wife Suzanne, Sons Daniel and Michel Danzer. He is also survived by a Daughter-in-law, Sedef and Granddaughters who he adored, Elsie and Leyla Sue. Also survived by nephew and wife David and Taryne Beer and Linda Beer as well as Grand Nephews and Niece, Alex, Nate, Emily, James, and Jeremy Beer as well as beloved cousins Lillian and Ray Kellman. Herbert worked as an interpreter for the United Nations translating Russian to English. A lover of Russian culture and literature, he traveled extensively in Eastern Europe to Russia, Ukraine, Armenia and Georgia. With his love for learning, Herbert never stopped being a student attending courses into his '90's. He attended classes at the University of Moscow, and later the University of St. Petersburg during the Summers. Herbert was dearly loved by his family and will be greatly missed. May his life be a blessing. Services are scheduled Friday at 11:00A.M. at the Chapel East Chapel in the Mausoleum at Hillcrest Memorial Park.


Funeral Home

Sparkman/Hillcrest Funeral Home & Memorial Park
7405 West Northwest Highway Dallas, TX 75225
(214) 363-5401

Published in Dallas Morning News on July 25, 2014