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Obituary - IRA SILVER


Ira Silver, CPA CGMA, a managing principal of the Orlando office at Morrison, Brown, Argiz & Farra, LLC (MBAF), passed away Thursday, April 26, 2018, at the age of 58.

Ira was born in Brooklyn, New York. He moved to Florida when he was 8 years old. He graduated from Florida State University in 1981. He married his wife, Sharon, in 1982. They were married for 36 years.

One of Ira’s specialties was the automotive industry. He was highly respected by his clients and colleagues for his commitment to helping his clients, as well as his industry expertise. Ira was passionate about his work, and always went the extra mile for his clients priding himself on being accessible at all times and blurring the line between clients/colleagues and friends. He was a member of the AICPA, FICPA, Auto Dealer CPA Group and CADCA. He was an avid golfer, and FSU alumni. The MBAF Family, which includes his son, David Silver, Tax director—along with fellow MBAF Principals Tony Argiz, Ed Blum, Emilio Escandon, Steven Morrison and Mark Fenaughty—will now oversee the legacy that Ira built.

Ira will be remembered for his sense of humor, kindness, generosity, and love for his family and friends.

He leaves behind his beloved wife Sharon, his two children, David (Sara Cohen) and Traci (Matthew Darcy); mother-in-law Barbara Moskowitz; uncle, Marvin Feller; and aunt, Susan Wilker.

Ira was an organ donor (his father, Arthur Silver, was a heart transplant recipient). Donations can be made in his memory to Give Kids the World (his mother, Janice Silver, was the first executive director) and New Hope for Kids (Ira and Sharon volunteered).


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