Argenia Tinner


Asbury United Methodist Church 1213 Pacific Avenue, Atlantic City NJ US 08401 Wednesday, Jun. 2, 2010, 09:00 am - 11:00 am


Asbury United Methodist Church 1213 Pacific Avenue, Atlantic City NJ US 08401 Wednesday, Jun. 2, 2010, 11:00 am


Greenwood Cemetery Pleasantville NJ US 08232 Wednesday, Jun. 2, 2010

Obituary of Argenia F. Tinner

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Argenia Elizabeth Ford Tinner was born to the late Joseph B. and Elizabeth Ford on October 25, 1909, in Atlantic City, new Jersey. On Wednesday, May 26, 2010, she ended her pain and suffering and took God's hand for relief. during her childhood, Argenia was educated in the Atlantic City and Baltimore, Maryland public school systems. She went on to pursue higher education degrees from Fisk University and the University of Michigan. As a result of such an extensive education, Argenia enjoyed a career that included working for the US Bureau of Engraving, Cosmetology (DC public schools), practical nursing, the US Department of Health, and the National Institute of Health (Heart Institute). Argenia gave her life to Christ at an early age and joined Asbury United Methodist Church in Atlantic City. As a member of this church, Argenia founded the Jazz Club and was an avid supporter of church events. She was also a staunch supporter of the Democratic Party and several of its local political party members. She was preceded in death by her father and mother, Joseph B. and Elizabeth Ford; a loving brother, Joseph C. Ford; and her late husband, Alphonzo L. Tinner. Argenia leaves to treasure her memories: two sons, Reginald and Guy Tinner; a daughter-in-law, Brenda Tinner; three granddaughters, Regina, Terri, and Toni Tinner; three great grandchildren, Paris and Antoine Tinner, and Danielle (Tinner) Wood; three great great grandchildren, Devin Whren and Faith and Sarah Wood; a grand niece, Argenia Ford; two great grand nieces, Alexis and Alyssa Ford; and special extended family members, Gene and Susan Dorn.
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