Ivan Nicholas Goldstein

June 15, 1927June 12, 2018

Ivan Nicholas Goldstein, 90, passed away Tuesday, June 12, 2018. He was a veteran of World War II and the Korean conflict. He retired as a U.S. Customs Supervisor. Nick is now united with his beloved deceased spouse, Sara Garnica Goldstein. Pallbearers: Joseph Ortiz Sr., Joseph Ortiz Jr., John Ortiz, Joe Hernandez, Remy Hernandez, and Hector White. Visitation will be Tuesday, June 19, 2018 from 8:30-9:30am at Hillcrest Funeral Home, 1060 North Carolina Drive, with a Scripture Service at 9:30am. Burial will follow at Fort Bliss National Cemetery at 10:30am. Contributions may be made to the charity of your choice.


  • Visitation Tuesday, June 19, 2018
  • Scripture Service Tuesday, June 19, 2018
  • Committal Service Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Ivan Nicholas Goldstein

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Jim and Vicki Jimenez

August 5, 2018

Nick and Sara were dear friends of ours. We used to have them over every Thanksgiving with our family. They were like family to us. We moved from El Paso a year ago, and came to visit for a day today and went to Nicks house not knowing he had passed.. a very sad day for us..
may he be at peace with Sara

Joan Gould

June 29, 2018

I am Ivan's [Nick's] 'little' sister. He and I, regrettably, had not been in touch since the passing of his beloved Sara. Just a word to the wise ~~ NEVER LET A DAY GO BY WITHOUT LETTING A LOVED ONE KNOW HOW MUCH YOU CARE. Now I will never have that opportunity. My one most precious memory of my brother was when he was serving in the Philippines during WW II ~ the only picture he carried with him was one of me when I was about 1 year old. Since I am 8 years younger than him, I grew up feeling like an only child ~ how very sorry I am for that. I loved him and will continue to carry him in my heart for all the days of my life.

If someone would like to contact me, my address is 8415 Bellona Lane, Apt. 702; Towson, MD 21204, and my e-mail address is I would welcome hearing from those who cared for my brother and were with him during his final days