Alan Marshall Goldberg
Shalom Memorial Funeral Home and Memorial Park
1700 West Rand Road
Arlington Heights, IL
Alan Marshall Goldberg passed away July 6 at the age of 76. Beloved husband of Beth Kling and cherished father of Mimi Goldberg and Sarah Fiedler (Benjamin). Alan was born in Chicago, the son of Sheldon and Harriet Goldberg. He attended New Trier High School and Columbia University. In addition to being a devoted father and husband, Alan led a life of service to others. He was involved for many years with New Trier Township in numerous capacities including recently as Supervisor. He was a long-time board member at UCP Seguin and served on the Illinois Interagency Council on Early Intervention and as chairman of the Illinois Planning Council on Developmental Disabilities. In 2002, Alan was named a Kennedy Fellow in Washington DC where he advocated for those with disabilities. In addition to his wife and daughters, Alan leaves nieces Wendy Chiswick (Ben) and Dana Goldberg, and grandniece and nephews Maya, Shel, and Orin. Alan's brother Bruce (Fran) predeceased him. Service Thursday, 2:30 PM at Am Yisrael Conservative Synagogue, 4 Happ Road, Northfield. Interment Memorial Park Cemetery. (Masks required for attendance). In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Am Yisrael, and UCP Seguin, . For the link to view the service, shiva information and to leave condolences: Shalom Memorial Funeral Home, or (847) 255-3520.

Published by Chicago Tribune on Jul. 7, 2021.
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Am Yisrael Conservative Synagogue
4 Happ Road, Northfield, IL
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My sincere sympathy to your family, Beth, Sarah & Mimi. I was fully aware of what a smart and special person he was when I spoke with him on several occasions. He certainly loved his family. May his memory be a blessing. Sincerely, Marge Schoenfeldt
Margaret Schoenfeldt
July 11, 2021
Thank you Alan for all the good and Best Practices you made happen in our own Community as well as the larger Community for persons with disabilities. You always saw the BIG PICTURE. Your good work will live for Years to Come! Many Thanks, Ellen McManus Wilmette
Ellen McManus
July 9, 2021
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