Loading Events

Services

Service for:
Michael Goldman, 65 GOLDMAN, MICHAEL Michael Goldman, 65, resided in Hamden, passed away on Friday, January 31st. Born in New Haven, January 19, 1955, he was the son of the previously deceased Stanley and Matilda (Brumel) Goldman. He leaves behind his two beloved children Jeffrey Goldman of Philadelphia, PA and Stacey Goldman of Boston, MA. Brother to Heidi Goldman of Pompano Beach, FL and Mark Goldman of Branford, CT. Uncle to Ally Goldman of Branford, CT, Sean Ryan of San Francisco, CA and Aimee Ryan of San Francisco, CA. Michael will surely be remembered for his affectionate and loving nature towards his family and friends. A true music enthusiast, Michael's happiest and most brilliant moments came while manning his drumset. He began playing at the age of 10 years old and continued to do so till the day of his passing. A graveside service will take place at Beth Israel Cemetery, Derby-Milford Rd., Orange, CT on Tuesday, February 4th, at 10:30 am. There will a luncheon provided by the family following the service. Details will be provided the day of. A Period of Mourning will be observed at 24 Flaxmill Hollow, Branford, CT on Tuesday and Wednesday from 6-9pm. In lieu of flowers the family has requested that contributions be directed to listener-supported radio station WPKN in Bridgeport 89.5 FM where Michael was a DJ since 1981. www.wpkn.org/donate
January 31, 2020
5 Shevat, 5780
February 4, 2020
Graveside Service
10:30 a.m.

Beth Israel Cemetery, 855 Derby Milford,Orange, CT.

 In lieu of flowers the family has requested that contributions be directed to listener-supported radio station WPKN in Bridgeport 89.5 FM where Michael was a DJ since 1981. www.wpkn.org/donate

 

A Period of Mourning will be observed at 24 Flaxmill Hollow, Branford, CT on Tuesday and Wednesday from 6-9pm.

Condolences

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

Posted by:
William P. Kolbin

Mike my brother! We were inseparable in our days of youth! There wasn’t a day that we wernt together. We were a part of each others family. You were an amazing drummer and your humor was so entertaining. Thank you for being such a great friend; you were a charm to all. And, we will always be together. El Malei Rachamim.

Posted by:
Alan Edelman

Micheal, Thank you for befriending me after realizing we may be brothers from different mothers.
You recognized our common bond, hyperactivity, disregard for authority & structure, rejecting anything that intruded on, pranks, screaming, running wild, mischief, trouble making, disrespect for rituals, the belief that if it does not make you laugh it has no purpose other than sustenance and later on music.
You taught me that you can steal your parents car and get away with it, toilet paper is not just a bathroom accessory, shaving cream is not just for grooming, you can annoy those in grade levels above you.
That alone we each caused fear and loathing, together we caused dread. Our parents did not seem to care if we were together, as long as they had some time away from us. Camp Laurel Wood kept us in separate bunks and had a dossier on us.
We helped each become comfortable with ourselves, behavioral issues became paths to laughter and joy. I’ll miss continuing to grow old together, looking at each other and remembering the good old days. Good bye my dear friend, love you!

Posted by:
Feldman Marjorie

We are sorry to hear of your loss.
May Michael’s memory be for a blessing.
love, Howard and Marjorie

Posted by:
Rachel Massaro

Michael was the Great Goldman to me and my kids! We enjoyed every minute with him and will cherish the memories dearly! He was funny, caring, loving, generous, thoughtful!!! The list goes on. Every day we were together whether it involved going out to eat, the store, pharmacy run or an appointment. It was never a dull moment. No matter where we were he always put a smile on the faces of those around him. Every event I had that involved my family Michael always attended and everyone always looked forward to seeing him. This has hit me harder than I expected and has truly will take me time to heal from. I hope his children know how much he loved them and constantly spoke about what great adults they grew up to be. We love you Goldman ?? Rock those drums in heaven my good friend! Until we meet again I will always love and miss you!!!

Posted by:
Melinda Tottle

My condolences go to his kids and family. Michael and I had a very different friendship. For 20 years we had bad times,good times,sad times,and times that only we would understand. He was a very special friend to me. He was extremely stubborn but had a huge heart. He also loved his music and his drums . He was ALWAYS there for me no matter what. He is now at peace and is suffering no more. He will ALWAYS have a place in my heart. We will see each other again in the afterlife. Until then,I love and miss you dearly Mr. GJ.

Posted by:
Bruce Gridley

All my heartfelt condolences to the Goldman family at this time. Michael was one of my all time best friends. Through ups and downs we were always there for each other. Now there is a hole in my heart. Mike played with me at my Wedding as well as in our band at Nasson. To say I’ll miss him is a huge understatement. I’m so sad but will think of our good times Lobstering, and playing together, GodSpeed Mike!

Posted by:
Jeff Marchitto

My heart felt condolences to to you Jeff and Stacey for the loss of your dad, and to you Heidi and Mark for the loss of your brother. I will always remember Michael as a kind and sensitive soul who always made me feel like part of the family. I will miss him. My prayers for peace and comfort are with you! With love and sorrow…

Robert E. Shure Funeral Home is the only strictly Jewish Funeral Home in the Greater New Haven area.


Thank you for subscribing!

To receive notification of newly  scheduled funerals, please  complete following information:

Member of
Keep scrolling for more