Barbara Renee GOLDBERG

May 28, 1945November 18, 2021

Barbara Renee Goldberg, resident of Roseville, Ca. passed away peacefully at Woodside Care Center In Sacramento, California on November 18, at the age of 76 after a brief illness. She is predeceased by her parents David and Alice Bilski, brother Bennett, and her son Jeffrey. Barbara was born and raised in Chicago, and attended the University of Chicago as an art major. Her career as an office administrator spanned many jobs, and she ended her career with Hundley Burn Financial Advisors in NJ. Barbara’s post professional career included many volunteer jobs: office administrator at the Blue Arts Gallery in Roseville, and at the Roseville Library. Her favorite volunteer position was at the Sutter Hospital Cancer Center where she fit patients in treatment for wigs. Barbara was a breast cancer survivor herself, and brought great sensitivity, and care to this job. She is survived by her husband Manny Goldberg who she was lovingly married to for 57 years. She is also survived by her loving sons Robert and David as well as her granddaughters Jazmyn, Caitlyn and Logan, daughter-in-law Marisa, and extended family Jill, Micki, Kimberly, Ally, Hailey, nieces Heather and Pam, and nephews Stephan and Adam. She also leaves behind her beloved dog Milly. Her remaining close friends and family will remember her for her sweetness, gentleness and goodness.

Those attending the service may park in our parking lot located across Park Street & the corner of Passaic Street.

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  • Chapel Service

    Friday, November 26, 2021

  • Burial

    Friday, November 26, 2021


Barbara Renee GOLDBERG

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Karla Weisberg

November 21, 2021

Manny & your Beautiful Family,

My heart hurts for you all ..
You have the most Wonderful Lady anyone could wish for to be..
Your Loving Wife, So caring Mother & Adoring Grandmother..

Barbara is my Best Friend since we were 12 years old . We grew up on the south side of Chicago..

She had a Heart of gold.. Cared about so many people.
Barbara always looked at life through glass full... eyes
even during very difficult times..
No one as Beautiful as you dear Barbara... inside & 0ut..

Your Forever Friend,