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1951 - 2015 Lawrence Drew Goldman, 64, a loving husband and father, passed away peacefully October 18, following a lengthy illness. Goldman, born in The Bronx, NY in 1951, was a well-respected veteran public relations executive, who was instrumental in launching many careers. He began his professional career as a page at NBC, NY for Johnny Carson's "Tonight Show." He moved to Los Angeles in the early 1970's and his first job in public relations was at Jay Bernstein Public Relations. It was there that he met and later married the love of his life, Meryl Moss. The couple, married in 1977 and had two children - Michael, and Carrie. Following Bernstein, Goldman joined the firm of Stan Rosenfield & Associates where he was made a partner under the Rosenfield/Goldman banner. Goldman left Rosenfield/Goldman to become a founder in the firm of Bender Goldman Helper. In 2000, Goldman joined the Entertainment Division of Hill & Knowlton, prior to serving as a public relations consultant for LMNO Productions. Goldman, who cherished the time he spent with his family and friends, was best known for his honesty and outstanding sense of humor. When he told someone he would help, he always kept his word and helped many. Goldman was perhaps the greatest Yankee fan ever, and became a fixture at third base for many years while playing softball for New World Pictures in the Entertainment League. Besides his wife, son & daughter, survivors include his brother-in-law Randy Moss (Rose), sister-in-law Leslie Cohen (Marc), several nieces and nephews, whom he adored, as well as his many friends and his beloved dog Jeter. Services and internment will be at 1pm, Tuesday, October 20, at Eden Memorial Park, 11500 Sepulveda Boulevard, Mission Hills. The family has requested that donations be made to the UCLA Glioblastoma Cancer Research Department.
Published in the Los Angeles Times on Oct. 20, 2015
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