In loving memory of

Victor Argabright
July 14, 1948 - April 2, 2020

Victor C. Argabright Jr., Age 71 of Eastpointe, MI. Beloved husband of Patricia (Greenwood). Loving Father of Sheila (Dale) Ross, Jennifer (Darrell) Burke, Victor Argabright III and Amy Davis. Cherished Papa of Samantha, Lauren, Natalie, Angel, Sophia and others. Victor retired as a service technician from Mich Con after 40 years of service. A memorial service will be scheduled at a later date. Share a memory at www.verheyden.org.

Tributes

Sheila Ross wrote on Apr 7, 2020:

"Where do I begin, dad you have always been there for me. Anytime I needed anything. You taught me so much. You taught me how to parallel park and negotiate when buying a car. You were always patient with me, except when it came to homework lol but that taught me to never give up even when life gets hard. Im going to miss your donald duck impression and your laugh. Our talks about restaurants and different foods we like or want to try. The girls and I will miss the sunday fun nights with cards and crazy games that Victor would bring over. All the stories, jokes and laughs we all shared. The girls looked forward to Sunday's they would ask every week is grandma and papa coming over on sunday. Dad, there'll never be a day that goes by that I wont think about you. I have many great memories of the times we shared. I have truly been blessed to have a father like you! And my girls have the GREATEST papa in the world. We cant believe that this has happened. We all will miss you so so much. We know that you are watching down on us. And please don't worry about mom, I promise we all will take care of her. I love you so much from the bottom of my heart. Samantha, Lauren and Natalie miss and love you. I will miss and love you forever. "

Lettie Garofalo wrote on Apr 6, 2020:

"Thoughts and prayers, Rest In Peace. Lettie Garofalo "

Nick Ruggero wrote on Apr 5, 2020:

"Victor, for over thirty years you had been a great friend. From day one at work. your famous saying at Mich Con, any day of the week, "Is it Friday Yet" always put smiles on everybody's face. That's the kind of person you were. I'm really going to miss running into you at your house, Andarys, Krogers, ect?. You and I always had something to b/s about! My condolences to your family. We lost a great man. Nick Ruggero"

Mark valvano wrote on Apr 5, 2020:

"Words cannot express the sadness I feel for all of you right now. I can remember your driving ya home from DQ on E Warren to Eastpointe. Those were the days. Mr. Argabright, you were such a kind soul and genuine man. Rest easy, Mark Valvano & family~"

Nancy and Valerie Clark wrote on Apr 5, 2020:

"It has been a long time since we have seen you but we remember your smile and hugs. We know Vic will be greatly missed! We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers. Aunt Nancy and Valerie "

Christopher P. Dube wrote on Apr 5, 2020:

"Victor. to my wing man, and my buddy who worked with me side by side, for many years. You will be missed very much! We always seem to have a lot of fun working together, and you always made a crappy day better. To your family Victor, prayer at all of you in this most sad time."

Kathy Compton Kade wrote on Apr 5, 2020:

"It has been a very long time since Vic came to Bluefield Va to visit with us but I will always remember that beautiful smile and sense of humor. He was so kind and sweet. I know he will be greatly missed...so sad and praying for all of you"

Jack wrote on Apr 5, 2020:

"Has been many years, always was happy and easy going. Always enjoyed the summers you visited us with Aunt Mary and Uncle Lee. May God Bless your family!"

Barbara Buechel wrote on Apr 5, 2020:

"To the Argabright Family Victors cheerfulness and friendly personality remains in my mind. I have nothing but kind words and thoughts of Victor. I will miss him. My condolences to the Argabright family. Barb Buechel "

Patti wrote on Apr 5, 2020:

"Pat, Victor and the rest of your family, I don't even have words to say how sad we all are, It's gonna be so strange coming to work and you not being there. Not getting those remarks I caught, and looks, but it was always fun with you around . Such a Dear and Sweet man! It's just not gonna be the same without you . Deepest Condolences to your family "

Darrell wrote on Apr 4, 2020:

"Victor I will truly miss all the times you and Pat came over after the kids went to bed we all would sit outside and our conversations we all would have,especially the ones about Jen when she was younger lol. You raised one Hell of a daughter , she beautiful, kind hearted, a terrific Mother to our lil Angel and Sophia. She praised the ground you walked on. It will be a tough Journey for everyone with your passing, but you know how Strong everyone is and what your grace and presence did too them, they will survive. Angel and Sophia will truly miss Their PAPA and you tickling them and them sitting on your Lap. May you now ENJOY your 2nd life and know that you will BE TRULY MISSED BY ALL. You are now in GOD'S HANDS "

Victor wrote on Apr 4, 2020:

"Dad, I don?t even know where to begin. I have so many wonderful memories. Our Sunday Dinner?s. Going to Sheila?s with you, and Ma to play cards, and other games with the kids. Talking about the latest styles of vehicles. Driving through the dealerships. Teaching me how to drive. Going and playing bingo with you. Sitting at Grandma Mary?s till you got off work, and you would bring us Legends, or Boston Market. Our late night phone calls on my way home from a night out. Bringing you my egg rolls when I had Chinese food. You were more than just my Dad. You were my Friend. I could always tell you, and Ma anything. Never afraid of you to pass judgment on me. You were always there to listen. I definitely got lucky when it came down to having you guys as parents. I can?t say that I don?t want to be selfish right now. I wanted more time. More time to make so many more wonderful memories. I will always cherish your Heart of gold, infectious laugh, and warm smile. You always had a way to make me feel better. There?s three things in the world that I am going to miss the most. The first is your Hugs. They were life changing for me. The second is working with you. We had the best times. I can?t imagine what it?s going to be like now. The third is you. I still can?t believe that this happened. I?m just at a loss for words. I know that you will always be there. In my heart, my soul, and my dreams. I found some voicemails on my phone. It was so wonderful to hear your voice. The last actual conversation we had, you told me you Loved Me. I?m glad that I have the opportunity to replay that in my head. Please give Grandma Mary, and everyone else the biggest HUG from me. Please continue to watch over all of us. I AM SO PROUD TO BE YOUR SON!!!! YOU ARE THE BEST DAD A BOY COULD EVER ASK FOR!!! Love Always, Your Pal Little Victor "

Jen wrote on Apr 4, 2020:

"Dad,i will always cherish the memories i had growing up u are the best dad papa i could have ever asked for.I know u watching down on us and will we will continue to make you proud.say hi to grandma Mary and grandma Donna i know you guys up there playing cards dont take to long playn you will get the Look lol love you dad miss you xoxo"