Kenneth Brian Goodstein

Bangor, Maine

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I am very sorry to hear about Kenny's passing. It has been a very long time since seeing you all. I remember when he was born and your visits to Franks Bakery with Kenny. I think Ben and Uncle Don may have had the annex Bakery around that time on the west side. My warmest sympathy to you and your family at this time. Kenny will be missed very much.
Joe Soucy

We were sorry to hear about Kenny's passing. I remember fondly playing baseball in Little City Park with him when I was young. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Mike, Chris, and Tommy Mogan

Dearest Hilda and Larry ,
With heartfelt sympathy on the
loss of your beloved son and
brother . Warmest wishes to you, Lillian Silver and Barbara

Mrs. Goodstein, Sorry for the loss of your son, and my great close friend. God love you, I'm sorry I didn't know he was ill or had past. My condolences to you, Brian Tapley

Dear Mrs. Goodstein & Larry - Thinking of you and remembering Ken enjoying bike riding in our Little City neighborhood. Sheila Emple

I grew up on Center Street. I will always remember Kenny at Little City Park. He was our man when all us kids played the game. 500. He could hit the baseball a mile high. He also knew all the stats of every Red Sox player back in the day. I know he was a big Yaz fan like myself. RIP Kenny

I had the privilege of knowing Kenny when I worked at The Appleton House back in the 80's. I was a terrible cook but he was always in good humor about how sorry I was that I couldn't do better; having no training. He'd always give a grin and say, "That's okay". I'm sorry for your loss.

Dear Hilda and Larry.
We are so sorry to hear of your loss.
The Zitaner Family

Deepest condolences & warmest wishes to you Hilda, Larry & family. You are in our thoughts! Fondly, Beth Israel's Chesed Committee


Kenneth's Obituary

Kenneth Goodstein passed away in Bangor, Maine. The obituary was featured in BDN Maine on February 10, 2014.