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Jack H. Goldfarb

Orange Village, Ohio

Mar 29, 1924 – Oct 2, 2017 (Age 93)

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BORN
March 29, 1924
DIED
October 2, 2017
AGE
93
LOCATION
Orange Village, Ohio

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Jack H. Goldfarb beloved brother of Marvin Goldfarb. Loving uncle of Steve Goldfarb and the late Rhonda Sigman and Pamela Goldfarb. Great uncle of Morgan Caruso, Taylor Sigman and Brandon Goldfarb. Graveside services will be held Sunday, October 8 at 2:30 PM at the Chesterland Memorial Park....

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I was so sorry to hear that Jack passed away and that I was not able to attend his services. I met Jack (Mr. Goldfarb) while working in the library at Notre Dame College in the mid 90s. He repaired media equipment for the college and I always enjoyed seeing him when he stopped by. We kept in contact for years after I left the college and when we got together we mostly discussed computers. He was a good friend and I will miss him. To Marvin and the Goldfarb family, please accept my sincere...

To the family of Jack Goldfarb please accept my sincere condolence for the loss of your beloved family member. May Almighty God comfort your family during this most difficult time.

Jack was kind enough to connect me with my wife win ham radio from Saigon to University Hts in Jan 1968 . A kind and gentle neighbor ;
Our lots abutted each other in the rear. It was always a pleasure to speak over the fence . As I recall we in stalled a gate in case he wanted to visit .Rest in peace Jack from your former neighbors Robert & Rosalie Ondak Sagamore Hills Ohio

It was a pleasure meeting Jack in amateur radio circles many years ago, then reconnecting with him in a different amateur radio setting recently. From the Case Amateur Radio Club, W8EDU, we extend sympathies to all his family and friends. 73 DE AD8Y.

Jack is well know in the ham radio community by his call letters, W8WGO. He was first licensed when he was 16 in 1941. He was a big advocate for the Quarter Century Wireless Association (QCWA) Cleveland Chapter 1, where he held many positions, including license trustee. He will be missed. 73 Jack de W2THU, on behalf of the entire Chapter.

My deepest sympathy..this is one of the great men.
we must go on.
take care,
Betty Scholz, KC8FF