Robert L. Goldberg

March 3, 1948August 7, 2014

BEVERLY – Mr. Robert L. Goldberg, 66 years, a lifelong resident of Beverly, entered into rest Thursday evening, August 7, 2014 at Beverly Hospital. He was the beloved husband of Michaela (Curley) Goldberg. Born in Beverly, son of the late Bernard and Barbara (Brandenburg) Goldberg. He was a graduate of the Bordentown Military Institute in New Jersey and attended the University of Massachusetts in Amherst. Robert had been the proprietor of Goldberg Energy Management for many years, and a principal at Goldberg Properties. In recent years he was a Mechanical Engineer and starting his independent consulting firm, Goldberg Engineering. Mr. Goldberg was past president of the Beverly Rotary Club and was a recipient of the Paul Harris Fellowship Award. He was a member of the Shriner’s and the Masons. Robert truly enjoyed keeping up with current events locally and worldwide. In addition to his wife, he is survived by his children, Brian Goldberg of Beverly, Andrew Goldberg and his companion, Kerri Beaulieu of Beverly,Timothy Goldberg and his wife Kate of Danvers, and John Russo and his wife Marilyn of Cumberland, RI; three loving brothers, Richard Goldberg of Ipswich, Steven Goldberg and his wife Mona of Beverly and William Goldberg & his wife Marlene Juedes of Salem; five cherished grandchildren, Sienna and Evan, Morgan and Tristan and Jake. He was also the dear uncle of many nieces and nephews. The family wishes to thank the doctors and nurses at Beverly Hospital for all the care and support they gave to Robert and his family. Services at Stanetsky-Hymanson Memorial Chapel, 10 Vinnin Street, SALEM on Monday, August 11, 2014 at 11:00 AM. Interment at Central Cemetery, Beverly. Memorial observance following the interment on Monday until 4 PM and continuing Monday evening from 6-8 PMand on Tuesday 11-2 PM at the home of Steven & Mona Goldberg. In lieu of flowers, expressions of sympathy in his memory may be donated to the Massachusetts Commission for the Blind,48 Boylston St, Boston, MA 02116 or to the American Heart Association, PO Box 417005, Boston, MA 02241-7005. For online condolences, please


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Barry Sullivan

August 12, 2014

RIP Bob....enjoyed our times together at Beverly Rot

Dan & Joan Sullivan

August 11, 2014

To Joan, myself, and our family Bob was a generous, kind and giving brother in law,uncle and great uncle. Bob was especially dear to Joan.
I can't recall the number of times over these recent years that Joan would return after a visit with Michaela and Bob and have an anecdote or story that spoke to Bob's sense of humor or his remarkable character. Going up to Beverly to help and encourage, Joan would in turn BE encouraged. Every story spoke to Bob's character, courage, and dignity. We are thankful and all of us are forever better for having known Bob and having him as family.
He will be forever missed but his legacy and what he has given of himself will live on with us.

Proverbs, 18:24
John, 16:22

American Heart Association

August 10, 2014

May your memories of the wonderful times you shared with your loved one comfort you and your family, today and always.

Margie Davis

August 9, 2014

I have fond memories of my cousin Bob. We played together as kids and shared some experiences at UMass Amherst. I liked his adventurous spirit. I am very sorry to hear of his passing, and send his family my condolences.

Wm & Adele Stott

August 9, 2014

Dear Michaela, sons, brothers and family members, Bob was our beloved friend and we shall miss him eternally. We have never met a finer and more generous person and by that we mean in his genuine human caring and spirit for others. Michaela and Bob loved each other deeply. We spent many a long weekend with them dining, laughing and discussing local and world affairs. As the consummate Mechanical Engineer, I knew I could always consult and seek advice from him on boiler room projects during my tenure as Branch Manager with FIRCO. He was a real human treasure and I loved him as a man loves his brother, even though he stole and married my beautiful Administrative Assistant Michaela. Michaela, Bob will always be in our prayers and know that our friendship with you will continue forever.
Love, Bill & Adele Stott