Betty Doris GOLDBERG
August 29, 1928 – February 14, 2021
BETTY GOLDBERG, 92, of Boca Raton, FL and Bloomfield Hills, MI, died on February 14, 2021.
The service will be held this Friday, February 19th at 12:00 noon PT/3:00 EST, officiated by Rabbi James Mirel of Seattle. Click on this link for the livestream: https://tinyurl.com/xwndnyd4
There will be a Zoom Shiva later in the day on Friday, February 19th at 4:00 PT/7:00 EST, where family and friends are invited to share their special memories of Betty. Please join us at Betty’s Virtual Shiva: https://tinyurl.com/36dngvvk
Betty was born in Bayonne, New Jersey and raised in Detroit. She graduated from Kingswood School and attended Goucher College and the University of Michigan.
Betty was married to Harry Goldberg Jr. for 60 wonderful years. She enjoyed a career as an interior designer and art dealer. She later developed a passion for the game of bridge, achieving Life Master status.
Betty has shared the last twelve years with her devoted companion, Stuart R. Reichart, former General Counsel of the Air Force.
As the cherished matriarch, Betty leaves behind a legacy of adoring family. She is survived by her children, Terry Axelrod (Alan), Nancy Edelstein (Donn Hogan), William Goldberg (Virginia); grandchildren, Sara La Mela (Tom), David Axelrod (Arianne Traurig), Laurel Walters (Bradley), Raleigh Edelstein (Alex Perez), Stephen Goldberg (Letty), and Sophia Goldberg; her great granddaughter, Ava Betty La Mela; and her loving sister, Dr. Sharon Lynn Kagan.
Betty was the daughter of the late Louis and Ruth Goldberg.
Contributions in Betty’s memory may be made to Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation: https://tinyurl.com/2hptoe8d
Please send condolences to:
131 West Comstock Street
Seattle, Washington 98119
No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
Betty Doris GOLDBERG
February 19, 2021
The picture you’ve chosen of Betty, sums up the fond memories I have of her.
Most importantly to me, Betty made my father, Stuart, so happy. He had found a perfect partner to enjoy life with.
When I think of Betty I think of her smile, her kindness towards me and her love for Stu.
Betty encouraged me to develop a passion for bridge. She shared with me a little change purse that Billy had given her, to hold my “bridge money”. I will keep that always as a memory of Betty, a memory of love.