OBITUARY

Amy B Gopman

November 28, 1956January 3, 2019

Amy B. R. Gopman, DMD, 62 of Palm Beach Gardens, FL passed away Thursday, January 3, 2019 surrounded by her loving family. Amy was beloved by her family, many friends, her patients and the staff of her dental office. Amy is survived by her husband, Michael Tannenbaum; daughter Alyssa Gopman; son Jared (Cher) Gopman; sisters Sally Hill and Laura Brauer and many nieces and nephews. Her passing leaves a void that will be impossible to fill, but her memory will be a blessing for all who knew her. Funeral Services will be held Sunday, January 6, 2019 at 1:00pm at Temple Beth El, 2815 N. Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach, Florida 33407 (561) 833-0339. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be offered to Triple Negative Breast Cancer Foundation or Temple Beth El. Online condolences may be offered at www.starofdavidfunerals.com

Services

  • Temple Service Sunday, January 6, 2019
REMEMBERING

Amy B Gopman

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Margie Villalonga

April 2, 2019

She will be missed. I lived in Jupiter in 2007. I was referred to Dr. Amy when I asked a coworker who to go to. I've been going to her ever since, even though I only lived in Jupiter for that one season. Over the past 10 years I'd mostly take the day off to drive from Naples to my appt. 2 years ago I even had my appt on my birthday. And I did this because she was just that special of a person that I would not go anywhere else if possible. I'll keep her memory with me always, and fondly.

Beth and Ken Snyder

January 15, 2019

Dr. Amy literally brought a smile to our faces every time we visited. Not just because she worked on our teeth, but no matter how ill she was or what test she was facing, she never stopped smiling herself. She was one of the strongest, fiercest and friendliest women we've ever met. We knew Dr. Amy before she was ill and knew of her struggles thru the years, even seeing her at the gym or buying a gift for her daughter-in-law at TJ Maxx. She never stopped trying, giving or caring. Her brilliance in her profession, her caring for her patients, only paled to the pride she had in her children. A great lady who is now at peace.

Ann Miller

January 7, 2019

For a tiny person, Amy had the heart of a giant. Her devotion to her family and patients was maintained during the years of treatment despite the pain and suffering she endured. She was a warrior, fighting to survive, always willing to fight to live.

Amy ‘s loving husband stayed by her side and provided love and caring which replenished her willingness to fight. Her pride in her children was well known.

Amy is without pain or fear now. May she rest in the arms of her Creator. She has earned the rest.

Louanne and Stephen Spielman

January 5, 2019

Dear Michael,
May the love of family and friends bring you peace as you mourn your beloved Amy z’l. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and family.
With Deepest Sympathy,
Louanne and Stephen Spielman

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY