Norman Goldberg

Norman Goldberg

October 3, 1927 - December 29, 2020
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    Tuesday, January 12th, 2021 | 9:00am
    Tuesday, January 12th, 2021 9:00am
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Norman Goldberg of Owings Mills, Maryland passed away Tuesday, December 29, 2020 at the age of 93. He is survived by his children, Shelley Goldberg, Sharon (Bruce) Glisson, Jolie Susan, Rob (Melissa Capello) Goldberg; grandchildren, Jordan (Chavie) Lichtenberg, Eden (Justin) Kleeman, Courtney (Timm) Koerber, Gemma, Jesse (Perla), and Brooks Glisson, Dustin and Brett Wilmer, Charlotte and Claudia Skolasky; great grandchildren Stone, Quinlen, and Remy Koerber, Maya Kleeman, Madilyn Wilmer; sister Lynn (Jerry) Carr, and Sonya (late Irv) Goodman, and many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by a brother, Ray (Phyllis) Goldberg, and parents, Morris Goldberg and Eva Harris.

Norman was a proud veteran. He loved his family. He was a lover of jazz music, cooking (and eating), nature (especially bird feeding and watching). He was a lifelong fan of the Baltimore Zoo, Orioles, and Ravens. He loved softball and played every Sunday well into his 70s. He lived life to the fullest and maintained his independence to the very end.

Services are private. Please omit flowers.
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Robert A Freedman

Posted at 11:42am
Jolie and family. So sorry for the lost of your father. My thoughts and prayers to you and family.
Bob Freedman

Covenant Guild, Inc.

Posted at 10:18am
The officers and members of Covenant Guild, Inc. deeply regrets the passing of Norman Goldberg, brother of our long time member Sonia Goodman. We extend our sincere condolences to the entire family.


David and Lynn Polashuk

Posted at 11:51am
Dear Shelley, Jolie, Jordan, Eden, Courtney ,Brett and the entire family. I am so sorry for your loss. I remember Norman on the sidelines of many of Jordan and Brett's sporting events with my son Jeffrey. To say he was into the games would be an understatement. Our thoughts are with you.

Betty Jontiff

Posted at 09:54am
Dear Shelley and family,
Sending my sympathy to you and your family at this time. I am sure you will find comfort in all the
good memories you have shared with your Dad.

Ellen Olson

Posted at 07:15pm
Dear Jolie and Shelly and Family,
Ralph and I are so very sorry for your loss. May his memory be a blessing.


Posted at 02:25pm
We are so very sorry to hear of Norman's passing. Our sincere condolences to the entire family. May his memory be for a blessing.

lynn/jerry carr

Posted at 01:16pm
Shelley, Sharon, Jolie, Rob and all the grandchildren - Our sincere condolences. I know you have many precious memories. He loved playing softball. That was one of the first memories of him we were 17 years apart. Our thoughts are with you. Your Dad was the reason I met Jerry. I guess it was meant to be. We will be married 53 years next month.

Marla and Frank Roth

Posted at 11:39am
Dear Shelley and family,
So sorry for the loss of your beloved father, may his memory always be a blessing. He is now at peace.
Take care and hope to see you soon.

Myles Lichtenberg

Posted at 11:38am
Smiling with the memories of happy times shared with Norman when the children were young, loving him and his love of family, jazz (he was a cool cat), his enthusiasm for life, a buzz, his stories, his gifts, his great throw from third base. Rest in peace Norman.

randee glassman

Posted at 09:54am
Shelly and Family, Sorry for your loss, may his memories be a blessing to all that knew your dad.
Shelly were in elementary school together at Arlington. Randee Radinsky Glassman

Lauren Plotkin

Posted at 08:28am
Shelley, Jolie, and Family,
I am so very sorry to be reading about the loss of you father. My heartfelt condolences to all of you during this difficult time.

Rhona Simon

Posted at 08:07am
Dear Shelley,
I’m so sorry for the loss of your beloved father. May his memory be for a blessing.

Diane Paperman Murry

Posted at 07:58am
Shelley and Family,
So sorry to hear about your Dad. I would sit outside his building with his neighbor, my Mom, and watch him feed the birds. He was quite the character and will be missed by many.

Linda (Riley) Berg

Posted at 07:19am
Dear Shelley and family,
So sorry to hear about the loss of your beloved father, grandfather, great grandfather. It sounds like he lived life to the fullest and I hope that those are the memories you always remember.

Susan Kaplan Walder

Posted at 06:21am
To the Goldberg Family:
I wanted to extend my sincere sympathy on the loss of Norman.
When I first moved to Weinberg Village , he introduced himself to me
at my first "Eating Together".
When I told him my Dad was Irv Kaplan, he lit up with happiness
of the memories of their friendship since the age of 12. I had some pictures
that my father had saved and Norman told me everyone who was in the picture
and what street in Baltimore . I remember as a child my father would invite his friends
to our house and take out those picture albums. "Memories" may we never forget those
who made it possible for us to remember.

Arlene and Howard Mirsky

Posted at 07:03pm
So sorry for the loss of Norman. He was a good looking man , always brought spice and spirit into the family .You made and left a beautiful family . We always liked you . our sincere sympathy !

Steve Raitzyk

Posted at 01:30pm
Shelley, Sharon, Jolie and Rob and your Families,

I am very sorry for your loss. I knew your Dad for at least 50 years. As a matter of fact, when Shelley was dating my Brother, Lenny I used to sing a song about Norman. I was 13 years old and it was a popular song at that time. As I look back on it, it was my favorite Norman memory. My thoughts and prayers are with the family!


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