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Dr. Ronald I. Goldberg

Dr. Ronald I. Goldberg , of Bradford, NH, formerly of Swampscott and Danvers passed away on Thursday, October 31, 2019. Beloved husband of Sandra Goldberg. Loving father of Bernie Goldberg and Renee Goldberg and her husband Paul Greenberg. Adored grandfather of Jake and Simone Greenberg. Fondly remembered by Sandra’s family, Erica Gross and her husband Paul and their son Harry, Debbie Glanz, and Philip Glanz and his children Paul and Mathew. Former husband of the late Susan L. Smidt.

Services our private. Memorial observance will be at Renee and Paul’s home on Sunday, November 3, from 4:00-8:00pm. In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made to St. Jude Comprehensive Cancer Research Center,


  • Memorial Observance

    Sunday, November 3, 2019


Dr. Ronald I. Goldberg

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Nichole Gordon

April 14, 2021

Dr. Goldberg was the first Dr. I worked for after taking a long hiatus from medical administration. He was very funny, Confident and knowledgeable. His passing saddened me greatly.

Edward Denn

February 19, 2020

In good times and not so good you could always count on Dr. Goldberg for sage advise and love. He was my Doctor for 40+ years. When I moved away from greater Haverhill I always came home to see my Doctor and friend, Ronald Goldberg. We've lost a very good man.

Peter Laboy

January 3, 2020

I just want to just start and say simply the best better than all the rest it took me this long to just write about you but how do I start when I came to Haverhill o think probably 8 years ago I was a addict a heroin addict at that I’m not ashamed to say that because you made me into the clean man I am today I was broken but you did what you could to push me forward always say I’m a good man even who didn’t think so I felt like I didn’t have to hide anything because you didn’t judge me you said you loved my honesty so if I was in pain you wouldn’t question me cause you knew it was no lie I can not say how honored it was for me to be your patient I didn’t know you had passed but a couple of weeks after you did I ended up in the e r I was really sick something felt weird cause I felt something was with me healing me as days went by as I got home I opened my mail to see the letter of your passing now I know why I healed so fast GOD you got a winner you got a healer you have a person that put me together from scratch thanks for everything my Dr My best friend Ronald Goldberg there will never be another like you I will miss you one day we will see each other again keep on healing me and watching over me I can go on and on but I’ll stop just was at the office today and your picture was there just felt I had to say something sorry for your loss

Robin Peltonovich

December 1, 2019

Dr. Goldberg always greeting me with good graces and also a sharp wit!! He eill be missed. I see that in his office whenever I am there.

John Gagnon

November 22, 2019

I am so Sorry for the loss of Dr. Goldberg. He was great Doctor and a Better person, May he Be at Peace. Sincerely, Johnny Gagnon

John Hallahan

November 9, 2019

I am so sorry for your loss, so sorry. Dr. Goldberg was my friend and my Brother. I will NEVER forget the great man he was for me. SYOTOS Sir.

James Szpyt

November 8, 2019

I just want to pay my respects and condolences to his family and friends.he was my doctor for 25 years.always listened to my problems and dealt with them with great medical expertise.he will be missed dearly .i will miss his jokes.and the staff he has is always friendly.R.I.P doctor high my friend .say hi to my mom for me.

Suzi Demeritt

November 8, 2019

I worked for Dr. Goldberg and he was a loving person with a great work ethic. He was always pleasant to his patients and had some humor to go along with his stories. I remained a patient and was looking forward to seeing him on this month. We would catch up and he would always say.... SUSAN, you were my favorite.. hahaha even after 19 years. I will miss him as my DR. and hopefully he brings a smile to everyone in heaven that he has taken care of over his many years of tending to everyone. I am sure a lot of kind souls helped him through the gates and welcomed him with open arms. Rest in Peace Dr. G- I will miss your humor and kindness.
Love, Susan Demeritt

Kimberly Zizza

November 7, 2019

I am sorry for writing more than once. I just feel like there is so much to say about the way he lived his life. He was not a doctor because he wanted a title nor for the money. He was a doctor because he genuinely cared about all living things. He talked so much about his family, cats, there was a horse or a pony at one point. So so many animals…. He talked about how there was shortage of cats and how another shelter found homes for all of his. He was so happy just helping living beings of all forms. He talked about how healthcare works and if patients go out of network the doctor’s office gets less compensation but he didn’t care about the money, he cared about the patient getting great healthcare. He loved his staff like they were family. He had an employee named Molly many years ago. We would make puns about how Molly left to be a clown in the circus, she ended up marrying another clown and how they must be always clowning around. Looking around the waiting room you would see the diversity of his patients. He treated each and every one as if he couldn’t be happier to see them and that their lives were very important to him, because they were. We talked about life, death and the quality of life. He strived to improve the quality of life of every living being he came into contact with and he did. It is amazing how one person can make a difference in this world and he believed in it, lived it and taught it through example. He was beside you whenever you hit a bump in the road. He was also very honest when news was not so good but he had an amazing talent to be both compassionate and realistic at the same time. To say he will be missed is an understatement because all those who came into contact with him have lost the presence of one of the biggest blessings they will ever have in their lifetime. Prayers and love to his family and much appreciation for sharing him with the rest of us.

Audra Dickinson

November 7, 2019

It was a pleasure to know Dr Goldberg. I worked with him on and off over almost 20 years when I visited the office about twice a month. He was so funny! Always with great jokes. He was a warm and thoughtful person who really cared for his patients and staff. He wasn’t afraid to stand up for what he believed in and loved his family dearly. He always treated our team well and we really appreciate that. I will miss you Dr Goldberg!