Funeral Details

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Funeral Details

Donna Goldberg

December 5, 1927 - December 6, 2017

SERVICE INFORMATION

Date and Time

Sunday, December 10, 2017 at 2:30 PM

Location

Chicago Jewish Funerals
Skokie Chapel
8851 Skokie Boulevard
Skokie, Illinois 60077

Clergy

By Family

Interment

Memorial Park Cemetery
9900 Gross Point Road
Skokie, Illinois 60076
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Memorial Contributions

Berman and Hannah Friend
Center for Early Alzheimer's Care
1601 Lake Cook Road
Deerfield, Illinois, 60015.


OBITUARY

Donna Goldberg, a resident of Friend Center, passed away on December 6, 2017, one day after her 90th birthday. She was born in Chicago, Illinois in 1927, and lived there and in Glencoe, Illinois all of her life. She was the daughter of Albert J. Goldberg and Ruth R. Goldberg. Her sister Judith Rosenzweig died in 2016. She is survived by her brother, Victor J. Goldberg of Scarsdale, New York and her beloved nephews and nieces, Lawrence Rosenzweig, Bruce Rosenzweig, David Rosenzweig, Sharon Rosenzweig, Michael Rosenzweig, Susan Gevertz and Alan Goldberg, and fifteen grandnieces and grandnephews, who played a very important part in her life. Funeral Services will be held 2:30 Sunday, December 10th, at Chicago Jewish Funerals, 8851 Skokie Blvd. (at Niles Center Road), Skokie, IL, followed by a burial at Memorial Park Cemetery. Private shiva. Contributions in her memory may be made to Berman and Hannah Friend Center for Early Alzheimer's Care, 1601 Lake Cook Road, Deerfield, Illinois, 60015. Arrangements by Chicago Jewish Funerals - Skokie Chapel, 847.229.8822, www.cjfinfo.com


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Abbe Temkin

Donna was truly a special person. From my mother's first day at the Friend Center, Donna was kind, sweet and protective of her. I shared many a meal with Donna, my Mom & sweet Tiby. Donna loved to tell me about her family and we bonded over being the unmarried, "cool" aunt that the nieces and nephews looked to for love & support. When my mother returned to the Friend Center after her 6 wk recovery from a terrible fall, Donna turned to her, with watery eyes, and said: "I'm so glad to see you. I was worried you were never coming back." It was all I could do not to cry. That was Donna - always looking out for those she felt close to. I will miss her terribly when I go to see my mother. She will always have a special place in my heart and my sister's heart. We were blessed to know her!
Finally-I was surprised to learn Donna was 90! She asked how old my mother was and when I said 81, she told me she was 81 also! I believed her - as she never looked her age, and she was so proud to tell me she was 81. So, my lesson from Donna - you can be whatever age you want to be!!!
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