Sheila Goldstein

Sheila May Goldstein (Schointuch)

May 17, 1936 - May 14, 2021
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    Sunday, May 16th, 2021 | 10:30am
    Sunday, May 16th, 2021 10:30am
    Virtual Funeral
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    Virtual funeral services will take place on Sunday May 16, 10:30am

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    Monday only with a service at 6:30pm. You must be vaccinated to attend in person.


Sheila May Goldstein (nee Schointuch), of Baltimore, Maryland, passed away on Friday, May 14th, 2021 at the age of 84. She is survived by her beloved husband, Paul Lewis Goldstein; daughters, Leslie (Dr. Gary) Epstein, Valerie (Charles) Rosenberg, and Roberta (Keith) Siskind; grandchildren, Jennifer Epstein (Michael Schwartz), Matthew (Dominique) Epstein, Gabrielle Siskind, and Max Siskind; and great-grandchildren, Arthur and Milo Epstein. Sheila was predeceased by her siblings, Herman (Bertha) Schointuch and Lillian (Israel) Bovelsky; and parents, Gussie and Joseph Schointuch.

A Virtual Service will be held on Sunday, May 16th, 2021 at 10:30am. You can view the service from Levinson's website. Please omit flowers. Contributions in her memory may be sent to Gilchrist Hospice Care, 11311 McCormick Road, Suite 350, Hunt Valley, MD, 21031. The family will be in mourning at 33 Latimore Way, Owings Mills, MD, 2117, Monday only, with a service at 6:30pm. You must be fully vaccinated to attend Shiva.
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Becky Bovell

Posted at 04:52pm
Sheila and Paul and I were good friends for many years as I was formerly married to her nephew. We shared a love of gourmet food, decor and family get togethers. I am sorry we lost touch over time but I will always remember her infectious laugh and sense of humor. To her family, you have my sincere personal condolences. Walking life’s path without Sheila will be difficult but stay strong and move forward as she would have wanted. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

Harris Miller

Posted at 01:24pm
Dear Paul and Family,
We were so sad to hear about Sheila. Your memories will be a comfort to you and the family. Please accept our sincere condolences.

Harris and Carolyn Miller

marilyn and bob schaftel

Posted at 07:28pm
Dear Paul,We are so very sad to learn of Sheila's passing. She always had a sweet mile when we would have a friendly chat. May she rest in peace.

Stephen Earle & Deborah Kodeck

Posted at 05:06pm
Our deepest condolences to Paul, Leslie, Roberta, Valerie and the entire extended family. Sheila was always extremely kind to me in the many years I've known her. I'll always remember when we came back down the aisle at the conclusion of Keith & Roberta's wedding ceremony. Sheila kissed me and told me, "Welcome to the family!" Some things you just never forget! May her memory always be for a blessing.

Adrienne Krause

Posted at 02:05pm
Dear Paul - We are sadden to hear of the loss of your wife, Sheila. We hope that the memories that you shared together will be a comfort to you during this difficult period. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Adrienne and Bill Krause

Revanne Aronoff

Posted at 11:05am
So sorry to learn of Sheila’s passing. I have known her since elementary school and, in recent years, as a neighbor. Sincere condolences to her family.

Neil Rubin

Posted at 10:56am
Dear Paul (Babycakes), Leslie, Roberta and Valeries, I am so saddened to hear of Sheila's passing. Sheila was basially one of my "other mothers" on so many wonderful joint family vacations and outings. She was always kind and fun and I can see her smile and her voice right now. You are in our thoughts nad we hope that she and our father are comfortably laughing together. May you have strength during this difficult period and may the difficulties of recent days soon be overwhelmed by the warm memories of a wonderful, wonderful person and friend.
With deep love, Neil Rubin and family (especially Mom)

Haven and Jill Kodeck

Posted at 10:19am
Roberta, Keith and Family We are sadden to hear of your Mothers passing. We hope in time your sadness will be replaced with fond memories.

Art & Robin Barr

Posted at 09:58am
Our condolences for you loss. May her memory be a blessing.

Stephanie (Rubin) Charanis

Posted at 09:42am
Dear Paul, Leslie, Roberta, Valerie and Families,
Sheila has been a friend to our family since before I can remember. We had so many wonderful family outings and vacations that are forever ingrained in my memory. Each and every one brings a smile to my face. I now understand that even when someone's health has failed and we don't want them to suffer any longer, it still hurts very deeply to lose them - because we are now remembering them as the healthy, vibrant person that they were for most of our lives. Wish I could be there to tell you all this in person, but know that I am thinking about you and sending you so much love.

Rhoda and Stanley Brown

Posted at 09:32am
Dear Paul
We haven’t returned to our Balto apt in over a year and we were so sad to read about your beloved Sheila.Always giving her your support and love we feel your heartbreak. Stanley and I send our thoughts and prayers with you

Barbara and Joel Richmond

Posted at 07:25am
Roberta, we are sorry for and saddened by your loss of your mom. May her memory be for a blessing.

helene pittler

Posted at 06:15am
We are so sorry for your great loss. Helene and Bill Pittler

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Posted at 11:02pm

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation clergy, lay leaders and members offer their condolences to the family of Sheila Goldstein.  We hope that you are comforted by warm memories and support of family, friends and community.  
May her memory be forever a blessing.

Marilyn and Warren Sollod

Posted at 09:09pm
Paul Leslie Roberta Valerie and Families
We are sorry and shocked to read of Sheila’s passing. As you know - I have known All of you most of my life. May Sheila RIP Eternally and G-D Bless.

Ivan and Rhona

Posted at 06:03pm
So saddened to hear. Shiela lived for her children. R. I. P. May you cherish her memories always.

Rick Shapiro

Posted at 05:56pm
Condolences from Jade, Nancy & Rick Shapiro

Ilene and John Brooks

Posted at 03:22pm
Dear Roberta, Keith, Leslie,Gary and families,
We are so sorry for your loss. May her memory always be for a blessing.

Marcia and Bernie Rubin

Posted at 02:56pm
So sad to read about Sheila's passing. We were neighbors in Caves Park and here at 11 Slade down
the hall. We also went to Forest Park High School together. Please send our sympathy to Paul and
the family.

Marcia & Bernie

Cindy and David Kleiman

Posted at 02:50pm
Leslie, Gary and family
So sorry to hear of you loss. May her memory be a blessing

Lauren A H Cohen

Posted at 01:41pm
Dear Leslie, Gary, Valerie and Family,
I am so very sorry for the loss of your mother, mother-in-law, wife, sister, grandmother and great grandmother. May all of your years together leave you with beautiful memories and may her memory be forever a blessing.

Wendy Abell Grodnitzky

Posted at 01:26pm
My heart is breaking !!! Sheila’s birthday is coming up and I was going to surprise her with a call. Lesson learned never wait , you do not know what tomorrow brings.
My condolences to all

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