Rabbi Joseph Goldman

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The following is the obituary for Rabbi Joe:

Rabbi Joseph Goldman; Denver; Husband of Sally Goldman; Father of Elise, Michael, Joshua, Tim and Son and Daughters in law; Also survived by 9 Grandchildren and loving nieces and nephews; Service, Wednesday, 10:00AM, Temple Emanuel, 51 Grape St, Denver; Interment, Emanuel Cemetery; Contributions to Hebrew Union College, Temple Emanuel Denver, Temple Sinai Denver, Temple Micah Denver, Temple Har Mishpacha Steamboat Springs, Doctors Without Borders or Camp Shwayder.

People may want to share a ride to Denver and back this Wednesday.  You can email notices@harmishpacha.org and I will pass your information along for coordinating rides.

Upcoming Events

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February 3rd - Book Club - 6pm at the home of Linda and Les Liman

*Dates are subject to change - please check our Calendar for event dates, locations and details

Note from Rabbi Goodman

It is with a heavy heart that I send you my love and condolences from the city of Jerusalem. I never met Rabbi Joe Goldman directly, but indirectly I knew him very well.

I knew him by the joy and passion for Judaism in the lives of all of the members of Har Mishpacha who spoke fondly of him. So many times over the past months, members told me of small kindnesses, moments of personal meaning, and loving Torah that they learned from Rabbi Joe. Rabbi Goldman was so dearly loved and respected by those in Steamboat Springs. His dugma (example) for a life lived with joy and purpose is a model for us in our own lives, each and every day.

המקןם ינכם אתכם בתוך שאר אבלי ציון וירושלים

May the Holy One comfort us, amidst all the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem.

L'Shalom (In Peace),

Rabbi Goodman