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MICHAEL GOLDMAN Obituary
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August 12, 2019
Caring for Michael was an absolute pleasure. A man with a never ending smile and wise crack. A true gentleman who will be missed.
August 11, 2019
Very sorry to hear of Mick's passing.
Played at West with Mick in early seventies.
Nature's gentleman. Good memories of the games and time shared with Mick.
Condolences to family.
August 10, 2019
Mick was one of the best. As I recall, Mick started in the U/18 Uni side that won the Hunter comp 1966.
He and Bernie Curran were then plunged in to the First Grade side's grand final against Wanderers a team that boasted 2 Wallabies ( Hawthorne and Jenkinson), 4 more NSW Waratahs and another 9 Newcastle rep players !, And we defeated them 15-11 !!!!. I could not talk for a week after that, so hoarse was I.
Legendary stuff !.
As a Commercial trainee, Mick had been earmarked for quick promotion at BHP. He was in charge of over 400 employees at the BHP Newcastle commercial headquarters by 1972 and when I heard of his drop down the cliff behind Newcastle South beach, I was plunged in to a world I could not comprehend. As we know, he survived with only two broken legs. We mere mortals would have died a dozen deaths, but not Mick.
Son of Barraba horse breaker, his talent on a Rugby field was recognized by the famous Roy Masters, who coached Tamworth High School to a string of University Shield wins in the 60's.
Vale Mick.
We shall not see your like again.
Joe Conolly. August 2019.
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