Obituaries

Obituaries

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1931 - 2021

Posted by:
Judy Kaplan

Posted on:
March 29, 2021

Dear Lynn, Our heartfelt sympathy to you and your family on Arnie's passing. We always remember him with a warm and gracious smile --in fact didn't we just a glorious picture of the 2 of you just days ago? We had no idea he had been ill, and thought how great for the 2 of you to be looking so well. What a special person, and such a rich life. Hugs to you all. Judy and Stu

Posted by:
Bob Temkin

Posted on:
March 23, 2021

We are at a loss for words to describe the loss of our beloved Arnie! A friend for 80 years ( afraternity brothe3r for 70 years!) Lynn and Arnie are a wonderful couple and our world :humane and humour has been diminished!

Posted by:
Dave Rogachefsky

Posted on:
March 22, 2021

Up there in heaven my mother is much happier today to be in the company of another of her favorite relatives...her Dad's. brother's son. Cousin Arnie was a gracious human who had only friends. I was thrilled to hear the stories yesterday of his children ( the last time I saw all 3 together was 49 years ago at my brother's Bar Mitzvah) and grandchildren. My Mom spoke soooo lovingly of her cousin Arnie (and Devorah and Miriam, as well as Uncle Ruby and Aunt Essie...the Goldman clan was and still is very, very special. May you be continually comforted among the mourners of Israel.

Posted by:
Joy Ryen Plotnik

Posted on:
March 22, 2021

Dear Lynn, Jon, Lisa and Ruth, I am so sorry for your loss. May his memory be a blessing. You and your entire family are in my thoughts. Joy

Posted by:
Ellen Levitsky

Posted on:
March 21, 2021

I worked for Arnie (I'm sure I called him Mr. Goldman) at Nixon, Hargrave, in 1961 when I first got out of college. If memory serves me, he left shortly thereafter to work with his father. Fast forward to 1965 and I was offered a job working for both Mr. Goldmans but I had been offered another job just prior. I remember him as a kind and thoughtful man who had patience with a 19-year old who was just starting her first real job. He was such a wonderful man that I know his memory will be a blessing.

Posted by:
Josephine Braitman

Posted on:
March 20, 2021

Lynn and Goldman family, I am deeply saddened by the loss of your beloved husband, father and grandfather. Sending you condolences and strength to help you through this difficult time Jo Braitman

Posted by:
Brenda and Paul Babitz

Posted on:
March 20, 2021

We are so sorry to learn of Arnold’s passing. We send our deep sympathies to you and your family. He was a special individual indeed and we know how much he will be missed. Our thoughts are with you. Brenda and Paul Babitz

Posted by:
Stu Gordon

Posted on:
March 19, 2021

On behalf of the Gordons (me, Cathy, Chris & Jessica) and my mom, let me offer our sincere condolences. Arnold was a great man and we were privileged to know him and his family. I wish we could attend Shiva live (I'm not a big Zoom fan) so I'll offer our condolences here. May his memory always be a blessing to you all.

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