Arnold "Arnie" Goldstein

Olympia, Washington


Olympia, Washington


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Arnold "Arnie" Goldstein Arnie died August 25, 2016 in Olympia at age 85 from an aortic dissection. He was surrounded by family and friends the last 10 days of his life. The first of three sons, Arnie was born in The Bronx, NY to Adolph and Ida Schuman Goldstein. He was a proud graduate of...

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My condolences to the entire Goldstein family. I knew Arnie in Augsburg, Germany where he was the principal of the Augsburg American High School. May his memory be a blessing.

No matter where or when I ran into Arnie, the occasion was always warm, pleasant,and encouraging. He was a fine friend and honorable colleague.

I remember Mr. Goldstein from Verdun and Orleans in the 60s. When I was a Junior and Senior in Orleans I "worked" for him collecting attendance slips and tabulating the results. We used to have such a good time speculating on what the absentee students were up to. Sorry to learn of his passing. God bless you Mr. Goldstein.

Just found out about Arnie. So sorry Betty my condolences to you and your family. I met Arnie in Vicenza Italy when he became principal in the elementary school. I was a new teacher to DODDS and trying to adjust. Arne was always supportive and fun to be around. He will be missed.

Worked with/for him, shared time with him and family, really a wonderful man. My thoughts are with you Betty and the three boys, all of whom I knew in Vicenza Italy.

Arnie was very supportive to me personally and professionally in his tenure at Augsburg. His empathy for me during a difficult time was deeply appreciated. His zest for the good things in life was felt by all. We shared a love for Paris and the European lifestyle. I liked Arnie

I remember him taking time to talk To me when I arrived as new teacher in Vicenza. Was fortunate to enjoy his company at some Dodds reunions! Rachel Garibay

Arnie was one of those guys I always enjoyed being around. I'm sorry he's gone. Betty, my thoughts are with you.

MY condolences to you, Betty, and your family. Artie certainly lived his life to the fullest and you have so many memories to cherish. With love, cathy Magni