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ROSENBLUM Joy Goulding Rosenblum, 89, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, March 19, 2013 in her home in Jacksonville, Florida. Joy graduated from the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts and lived a rich life filled with adventure. She was a world traveler, exploring remote countries few had ever heard of. She had lunch with Muhammad Ali, tea with Prime Minister Nehru, rode elephants in India, rode camels at the Pyramids in Egypt, explored the lost city of Angkor Wat, Cambodia, stayed in the Himalayan mountains and was in Cuba when Castro took over. Joy loved the sea and was a certified scuba diver and dive boat captain. She was an accomplished sculptress and artist who loved painting beautiful ocean scenes from the memories of her dive trips. She was also a realtor and mortgage broker. Most importantly, Nana was a wonderful and loving mother, grandmother and great grandmother. Joy was preceded in death by her husband, the Hon. Judge Arthur Rosenblum, Victor Goulding, her husband of many years and the father of her children, and her loving brother Bud Gale. She is survived by her sons, Ronald Goulding (Val), Randall Goulding (Robyn), Dr. Richard Goulding (PJ) and daughter Robyn Goulding Sieron (Mark), her grandchildren Nicole, Lauren, David, Shannon, Ryan, Brandon, Amber, Brenton, Blane, Barrett, Bryce, Grant and Kendall and 9 great grandchildren. A private memorial and celebration of her life will be held at a later date. May Joy s bright spirit live on in the many lives she touched. Please Sign the Guestbook @ Jacksonville.com
Published in the Florida Times-Union on Mar. 21, 2013
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