Irvin J. "Buddy" Goldberg
June 22, 2020
IRVIN J. "BUDDY" GOLDBERG: Age 88, of Plantation, FL formerly of Livingston, NJ and Pittsburgh, PA, died on June 22, 2020. Born and raised in Pittsburgh, Irv (“Buddy”) was the son of Gus and Anne Goldberg. He graduated from Taylor Allderdice High School and obtained a degree in Business Administration from Penn State University. Irv served stateside in the Army from 1955 to 1957 as an artillery specialist. He held several positions with clothing companies, including National Sales Manager for Kayser-Roth. He enjoyed following sports, especially his favorite Pittsburgh teams the Pirates, Steelers and Penguins. Irv served the people of Weston, FL for 19 years as a member of the Citizen Observer Patrol and was president of Prime Time B’nai Aviv. He also enjoyed singing in choirs, taking cruises and spending time with family and friends. Irv is survived by the love of his life, Nancy Goldberg, his wife of 60 years, his three children Robert Goldberg (Joanne) of Weston, FL, Jeffrey Goldberg (Melissa) of Milton, VT and Emily Goldberg (Brett Goodman) of North Caldwell, NJ. He is also survived by his seven grandchildren, Stephanie, Justin, Jennifer, Michael, Rebecca, Ben and Shaun. Services and Interment Private. Memorials or donations may be made to a charitable organization of your choosing. Arrangements entrusted to Ralph Schugar Chapel, Inc., family owned and operated. www.schugar.com
We all loved Bud over the years.
Sherry and I were so glad that we could participate in Nancy's 80th Birthday at Colonial Williamsburg along with Bud and the extended family.
The funeral service today was lovely.
Best wishes to all.
Steve Salomon, Bud's brother-in-law who knew him almost as long as Nancy and even drove them to their honeymoon.By Steve, Sherry and Daniel Salomon
- June 28, 2020
ALWAYS with a welcoming big hug and smile on his face, Bud was a KIND, gentle person who modeled service and helping others, which all his children and grandchildren followed. FAMILY was very important and it was a joy to hear him sing. He will be missed by many, many people!By Sandy and Len Goodman
- June 26, 2020