Remembering Cherie Goldman
It is with sadness we post the obituary for Cherie Goldman, an Audio Journal volunteer from August 1996 until January 2013. Cherie will be remembered fondly by all of us who knew her here at Audio Journal, and by our listeners who tuned in each Tuesday to hear her reading the local store fliers in the Shoppers Guide program.
Cherie (Goodman) Goldman, 84
WORCESTER - Cherie (Goodman) Goldman,84, of Worcester, died on Sunday, March 30th in the Jewish Healthcare Center.
Her husband of 49 years, Lewis Goldman died in 2001. She leaves a son, Scott Goldman of Venice, CA; a daughter, Penni Amaral of Oxford; a sister, Gail Morrell of Ponte Vedre, FL; a granddaughter, Maya Capstick of Oxford and three great grandchildren, Alec Capstick, Hailey Capstick and Paisley Bigwood.
She was born in Bronx, NY and had lived most of her life in Worcester
She graduated from New York University in 1950 with a degree in communiciations.
She had been an administrative assistant of Chase Real Estate in Worcester for many years before her retirement.
GRAVESIDE FUNERAL SERVICES will be held at 2:00PM on Wednesday, April 2nd in B'Nai Brith Cemetery on St. John's Rd. in Worcester under the direction of Richard Perlman of Brezniak Rodman Chapels of Newton.
Memorial contributions may be made to The Audio Journal, 799 West Boylston St., Worcester, Ma. 01606 or to the Jewish Healthcare Center, 629 Salisbury St., Worcester, MA . 01609
Memorial Observance will be private.
A NEW FINANCIAL AID GUIDE FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES
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Thank you Briarwood Retirement Community and Old Sturbridge Village for generously hosting Audio Journal’s fundraising live radio play “Vintage Hitchcock – A Live Radio Play” by Joe Landry.
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