Jerry Goldsmith

Walnut Creek, California

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On the 30th it will be a year since you have left us. We miss you as much today as the day you left. My heart will forever be broken. You were a wonderful husband, father, and friend.I am looking forward to seeing you in heaven again. I will love you forever. Thank you for the sign you gave Justin and myself that you are OK, you are in my heart forever until we meet again. Love you, Liz

It's now going on 5 months since you have been gone. It hasn't gotten any easier we all miss you so much. Justin and I know you were here yesterday. don't think anyone would believe us but it had to be you. You took us both by surprise it scared Justin a little, he tells me he sees your shadow at times and feels you around. Then you gave us the sign yesterday I couldn't believe it. If I was alone I would think I was dreaming but Justin and I both heard the squeak of Muffin's toy tied to her...

Fargo, you have been gone 25 days now and it seems like forever. We look downstairs in your empty chair and it is too quiet. We all miss you and will always love you. Justin is here this weekend,I picked him up after school, he had me stop at your favorite place "Whitey's" he said he had to some deep fried mushrooms for Grandpa. He ate the whole bag himself. Want you to know it isn't the same here without you. There will never be another you, love you with all my heart.


Jerry's Obituary

Jerry GoldsmithMay 2, 1943-Jan.30, 2013Resident of ConcordJerry Goldsmith, loving husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather. Born in Amarillo, Texas and resided until he moved to California to live with his mother at age 9. Jerry graduated from Mt. Diablo High School in Concord and went...

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