Arnold Goldstein

Syracuse, New York

1941 - 2020


Syracuse, New York


Arnold S. Goldstein October 23, 2020 Arnold S. Goldstein, 79, passed away peacefully on 10/23/20, at The Inn at Menorah Park. He was born on 7/10/41, in Boston and lived the majority of his life in Syracuse. He was predeceased by his parents, Philip and Charlotte Goldstein. Arnold graduated from...

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Aww So So My Deepest Condolences To You and your Family. Arnie was a Great Man!! Lots of Great Memories. Love Your Cousin Lisa

Dear Michele,
I am so sorry to hear about Arnie. My sincere heartfelt condolences to you and your family.

My condolences to Arnold's family, I used to work with Arny at Rite Aid back in the late 70s and and early 80s just got out of high school and stayed as a manager. I would always ask who my Rx manager was going to be when the pharmacist had a day off and when Arnold was there we had a great time together. Onetime I changed out his classical music cassette for a ACDC tape and he just burst out laughing. I never got to see him much after after I left but thought of him alot RIP my friend.

Michele and Family. I am so sorry to hear of your loss. My sympathies are sent to you at this time. Joanne Edwards

Michele, I was so sorry to hear about Arnie. He was such a wonderful man and will be missed. My condolences to you and your family. Miss you!

It was a pleasure knowing Arnie at the Inn for the past three years. My mom Catharine is on the 2nd floor as well and I was able to see him almost every day. Now during covid, I spoke with you Michele a few times in the parking lot, while you were visiting him outside. I could feel the love pouring out of you and in his obituary. I'm very impressed with his life's work and interests. This is a beautiful picture of him. We'll always remember him, especially in the morning after...

To the Goldstein Family,

We will always remember Arnie with love and affection. Glad he had you, Michele and his great family to love and support him. Sorry for your loss.

Judy and Jack Merron

So Sorry for your loss Michelle. Fond memories of you and him at work and at your home. May his memory be a blessing.

I worked with this wonderful man at Rite Aid so many years ago, he was always so nice and engaging. He introduced me to the Gem and Mineral show and I looked for him and his deals every year. I still think of him often and missed seeing him at the shows in July. His kindness, sense of humor and generosity in sharing his knowledge has left a lasting impression. I've missed him. The photo in the obit is perfect, I'm sorry for such a great loss to your family.