Sandra Goldberg

Date: Tuesday, April 14, 2020

Time: 1:00pm

Location: Graveside

Cemetery: New Montefiore Cemetery

Notes: We mourn the passing of Sandra Lee “Sandy” Goldberg (nee Shusterhoff), who left us on April 10, 2020. Her husband of over 55 years, Arthur, pre-deceased her in 2015. Sandra is survived by her son Andrew Goldberg and his wife, Jackie; her daughter Laureen Bernardes and her husband, Val; and her grandchildren Jason Goldberg, Lily Goldberg, Kyle Bernardes and Samantha Bernardes. Born and raised in Brooklyn, Sandra and Arthur were married in 1959 and made their home in Flushing, NY. In 1969, they settled in their home on Staten Island, where Sandra resided until her passing. Sandra was a devoted wife, mother and grandmother, never missing an opportunity to attend all of her grandchildren’s many sporting events. She loved family gatherings, and was always quick with a joke and loved to laugh. An old Brooklyn Dodgers fan, she switched gears to supporting her ‘Amazing Mets’ (but still held her love for Duke Snider). And she loved her music, with Sinatra, Elvis and Michael Jackson among her top favorites. Donations in her honor and memory may be made to the Veterans organization of your choice, as Arthur and her son-in-law Val are both Veterans, and her grandson, Jason, is about to enter service in the U.S. Marine Corps. Rest in Peace, dear Sandra…you already are missed.

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  1. I was living in Michigan and stayed at the Goldberg’s on the even of Andy’s first wedding. I complained to Sandy that I couldn’t get any Yodels or Ring Dings in Detroit. On my flight home, I found my suitcase filled with both thanks to Sandy. She will be missed by all who’s lives she touched.
    Ron Weiss

  2. Sandy was a remarkable woman – I have so many wonderful memories. Sandy and Arthur were very close with my parents and I was best friends with Laureen. Sandy was the cool mom that knew how to use a VCR and taught my parents how to use a VCR. Sandy had so many movies on VCR and she would always lend them to everyone. She was so kind, took care of others, loved music and would always have a fresh baked cake at her house. I know she is at peace now. I feel honored to have known her. Sending prayers, love and our deepest condolences .

  3. Together with my wife, brother and sister-in-law, we visited Arthur (our late father’s first cousin) and Sandra when visiting New York from the United Kingdom almost 21 years ago. We spent a day with them at their home in Staten Island where they made us most welcome. I am so glad that we had the opportunity to meet them. They will be fondly remembered. We send our most sincere condolences to all of the family..

  4. The few times I was at Andy’s house during high school, I remember how nice a woman Sandy was. May she Rest In Peace ✡️

  5. Dear Laureen & family, May care and love of those around you provide comfort and peace to get you through the days ahead. Our most sincere condolences on the loss of your mother.

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