Funeral Details

Milton A. Goodman

January 16, 1936 - September 1, 2022


Date and Time

Tuesday, September 6, 2022 at 12 Noon


Chicago Jewish Funerals
Buffalo Grove Chapel
195 North Buffalo Grove Road
Buffalo Grove, Illinois 60089
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Rabbi Lisa Bellows

Interment - Private


Max and Benny's Restaurant
461 Waukegan Road
Northbrook, Illinois 60062
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Following the service until 6PM

Memorial Contributions

Community Health
2611 West Chicago Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60622


Milton Goodman, age 86

Loving husband of the late Ilene, nee Bernstein. Dear brother to Samuel Goodman. Cherished father of Maxine (Gordon) Stull, Lori (Darnell) Jones and the late Mark (Carrie) Goodman. Proud grandfather of Rosie Stull, Josh (Colleen) Stull, Michael (Nikki) Goodman, Danielle Goodman and Jacob Jones. Great Grandfather to Edith Goodman. Fondly remembered by his many friends and family. Memorial service Tuesday, 12 noon at Chicago Jewish Funerals, 195 N. Buffalo Grove Road (One block north of Lake Cook Road) Buffalo Grove. Interment private. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to Community Health, 2611 W. Chicago Ave, Chicago, IL 60622,, 773.395.9900 in Milton's memory. To attend the funeral live stream, please visit our website. Arrangements by Chicago Jewish Funerals - Buffalo Grove Chapel, 847.229.8822,


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Milt. It's been a pleasure knowing you. You will be missed. I will truly miss talking about books and our lunches. You, me and Lori had a Great Time.

Dolores Levin
September 3, 2022
Never will forget your infectious smile and personality. How you cared about our family. The Go Go White Sox have lost a true blue fan. God bless you, cousin Milt.

Marty Wolfson
September 4, 2022
So many fond memories of raising our families in Skokie, the holidays we shared, games at Terminal Park, a certain New Years Eve when Milt decided to squeeze himself into a baby rocking chair, and of course driving reluctant kids to Temple Sholom on Sundays. Your laugh was contagious-Rest in Peace, Milt.

Laurie Stone
September 5, 2022
Milt was one of the first volunteers I met at CommunityHealth nearly a decade ago and a true ray of sunshine to everyone who worked with him here. He helped make this clinic what it is today, and we will all miss him terribly.

Laura Starr
September 6, 2022
Dear Danielle, Carry, & Mack, It was an honor to attend Milton's service today. I did not know Milton, although I was compelled to write this after the service. You and all of Milton's family are suffering this tragic loss. You are so very blessed, though, to have known such a wonderful man in your life. I am so glad that I was able to learn about him today and have just a small glance into the amazing person he was. I wish you all the best as you heal with the the knowledge that your life is special for having known this great man and for now having an angel to guide you. Love, Julie (Mack's Step Mom)

Julie Logan
September 6, 2022