September 17, 1928 – March 24, 2019
Marvin Goldstein, 90, dies on March 24th, 2019 in Longwood, FL. Marvin Goldstein was part of a large family that lived at the Jersey Shore area. His paternal side emigrated from England in 1902 and settled in Asbury Park. He was a lifelong resident of the Jersey Shore and retired to Florida in 2011. Marvin was a supervisor with the Monmouth County superintendent of elections office. He was a member and former President of Congregation Sons of Israel, Wayside, NJ. He served in the US Army from 1950 until 1952 and was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Asbury Park chapter and served as post commander of the Jewish War Veteran’s Shore Chapter. Marvin was also a Mason, Ocean Lodge 89. Marvin was a retired Asbury Park Police Officer and formerly served as President of PBA Local #6. He was also a member and served as President for the Asbury Park Chamber of Commerce. He was a graduate of Asbury Park High school and Monmouth Junior College. For many years, he and his late wife, Lorraine, owned and operated both La Plume Card and Gift shop in downtown Asbury Park and the Convention Hall Peanut Shop on the Asbury Park Boardwalk. Marvin was predeceased by his wife, Lorraine, a brother, Franklin, his parents, Rose & Harry Goldstein, and a niece, Dori Goldstein Sommers. Surviving are his son, Michael and his wife Rebecca, his daughter, Debra Shadoan, four grandchildren, Shaun, Shayna, Stephanie, and Hannah and three great grandchildren, Layla and Charley, and Noah. He is also survived by cousins Barry Goldstein, Malcom Kramer, nephew Neal Goldstein, a loving friend Marsha Meistrich and many more friends. Over the years Marvin shared many memories with the family. Both sad and happy. One thing we will always remember about his conversations was his positive thought, “It’s been a wonderful life.” A funeral service is scheduled for Wednesday 11a.m. at the Bloomfield-Cooper Funeral Chapel, Ocean Township Rt. 35.
- Funeral Service Wednesday, March 27, 2019
- Burial Wednesday, March 27, 2019
March 27, 2019
My brothers and I knew Marvin and Frank for many, many years from the time we spent in Asbury Park in the “good old days.” He was a wonderful person- always full of great advise and quick wit.
Mostly I remember him from his days at the LaPlum Gift Shop on Cookman Ave. in Asbury Park and the Mr. Peanut shop on the Asbury Park Boardwalk. He had a kind word for everyone. He will be sorely missed by all who knew him.
With Sincere Regrets to the Goldstein Family
West Long Branch, NJ