OBITUARY

Allison-Jo Golden

January 29, 1953November 20, 2020

Allison-Jo Golden was born on January 29, 1953 in Los Angeles, California and passed away on November 20, 2020 in Delray Beach, Florida and is under the care of Star of David Memorial Gardens Cemetery and Funeral Chapel.

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Allison-Jo Golden

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Linda Feldman

November 27, 2020

Alli and I knew each other for 50+ years. We met in HS when unbeknownst to us, we were “Yenta’s in training”. We had wonderful talks throughout the years, from joys to sadness. I will miss my very brave, compassionate, beautiful and true friend. Rest now, Alli, you fought valiantly. ❤️

Sherry Noland

November 27, 2020

Ali and I go back to jr high, when we all hung out, made it through high school, and gratefully we both ended up in Florida where we were able to reconnect and enjoy conversations and a few visits.
Always a big heart, a great friend, loved her family, and shared many pictures of her beloved grandchildren.
You will be missed and loved forever.

Russell Aaronson

November 23, 2020

Allison, my darlin’ kindergarten sweetheart:

You were always a beautiful flower, always blossoming in good weather and blossoming in bad weather as well;
blossoming for the lucky ones that knew you, and blossoming for the ones that you cared for.
Blossoming to the end of your season and now a blossom forever and a day in our hearts and in our memories of you.

It comforts me knowing that you have now been reunited with your one true love, Barry ❤️❤️

For these last sixty years I was always hoping that we would meet each other again somehow.
Now, I’ll ask you to kindly save me a seat in Heaven, dearest friend.

- Russell Aaronson/ New York City

Robin Weitzman

November 22, 2020

I too went to HS with Alli-Jo but didn’t know her amongst our large class of nearly 1500. We became friends through the ‘Yentas’ . She was the most loving woman, besides being courageous and brave. When life threw her lemons; she made lemonade. An upbeat, strong women whose heart was so big. Her life was her wonderful children and grands. She is finally at peace resting with the love of her life. Deepest sympathies to the family.

Cindy Barson

November 22, 2020

You’re mom /grandma was my dad’s Angel. She was not only his caretaker, but his friend. Our friendship has grown over the past ten years. She was so proud of each and every one of you. We were looking forward to getting together after the holidays. Her love and laughter will be sorely missed.

Stefanie Caponi

November 22, 2020

I met Alli-jo my sophmore year at FAU when I became close friends with her daughter, Andra. She quickly became my mom-away-from-home, inviting us girls over for dinners and treating us all as if we were her own. I will always treasure the special times we shared.

Carol Coons

November 22, 2020

I never met her, but she was such a comfort for me when I lost my husband. May she Rest In Peace....

Tobey Kaplan

November 22, 2020

very sad to learn of Allison's passing
we were classmates in elementary school PS 188 and I remember her fondly, her exuberance and outgoing manner likely stayed with her forever
may her memory be a blessing and we will not forget her
my condolences to the family and dear friends

Tobey Kaplan
Oakland CA

Kim Cutler

November 22, 2020

To Aunt Alli's Family,

Aunt Allison will be dearly missed by so many & we are so very sorry for your loss.

May her memories fill your hearts with love & comfort thru this most difficult time now & throughout all of your lives.

Her joy & happiness were her Children, Grandbabies & Warren.
She would tell me that Uncle Barry would be so happy, if he could of seen how much his family had grown with the children's mates & all of the grandbabies.

She loved all of you so very much!!!

Much love,
Kim & Efrem Cutler

Amy Rumelt

November 22, 2020

My deepest condolences to Allison’s family...as one of her adoring “Yentas”, we grieve the loss of our woman of valor and strength..
May she rest in eternal peace, among her loved ones.

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