Berger Memorial Chapel

9430 Olive Blvd, St Louis, MO


Evelyn B Goldberg

April 12, 1926January 9, 2020

Wife of the late Harold E Goldberg, the love of her life; mother of Miriam Wilhelm (Eric Friedman) and Martha Aronson (David); grandmother of Julie Wilhelm, Rebecca Wilhelm, Ted Aronson (Jessica) and Rob Aronson (Julie); great-grandmother of Jake, Isabel, and Sadie; sister of Billy (Dorothy) Firestone, the late Howard ( the late Jean) Beck, the late Norman (the late Harriet) Beck; sister-in-law of the late Buddy (Lois) Goldberg; aunt, great-aunt, cousin and dear friend. Her hugs, her energy and radiant smile warmed any room she entered.

Funeral services at Temple Israel, 1 Rabbi Alvan D. Rubin Drive on Sunday, January 12th at 1:00 pm. Visitation at 12:00 noon. Donations to Central Reform Congregation, Congregation Temple Israel, The Scholarship Foundation of St Louis or Crown Center.


  • Visitation Sunday, January 12, 2020
  • Funeral Service Sunday, January 12, 2020
  • Interment Following Service Sunday, January 12, 2020
  • Shiva Sunday, January 12, 2020
  • Shiva Monday, January 13, 2020
  • Shiva Tuesday, January 14, 2020


Evelyn B Goldberg

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Lawrence Lee

January 11, 2020

Remembering her wonderful and gentle soul will forever remain in our hearts. May she rest in peace!

Evelyn was my dear friend. Whenever she needed something done, she would call me. One time I worked on the "boiler room" in the basement, cleaning and painting everything. Long hot job, at the end of the day I told her I needed a beer! She doesn't drink beer, but she had some in the fridge that a friend had given to Harold a long time ago. So yes, I couldn't wait and popped that cold frosty beer. FLAT. It had been in the fridge longer than she could remember. We had a big laugh.

Another time, I did some painting in the front of the house and she sent me to the hardware store to get replacement numbers for the address, 7215 Creveling. I picked out some real nice metal numbers and put them on the front wall next to the door. She came out for the final inspection and to give the "ok" and a hug. But then I told her "oh no- it reads 7251!" She did a double-take then laughed and hit me in the arm saying "You can't fool me." Then I got my hug.

She was wonderful.