Date Created: 03/17/2018
Last Updated: 03/18/2018

In loving memory of Mark Goldstein
10/18/1950 - 3/15/2018

Location: Los Angeles, California

Visits: 2,702

Mark Steven Goldstein, jewelry dealer extraordinaire, baseball enthusiast, and devoted husband, died on March 15, 2018 from a heart attack at the age of 67. He loved baseball, cab driving, selling jewelry, going to Vegas, spoiling his wife, spoiling his grandkids, and raising his kids to wonderful adults, not necessarily in that order. He hated taxes and tapioca, also not necessarily in that order.

Mark was born in Los Angeles in 1950, the youngest of three children. He joined the Navy right out of high school, flying single engine planes making sure the right ships came in to dock. After military, Mark started driving cabs all over L.A. And he knew every inch of the City of Angels. He could take you anywhere, and if you gave him enough time, he did. During this time is when he stole the greatest fare he could ever hope for, his wife Wilma. Eventually his brother David, who he drove cabs with at one point, lured him to the pawnside, where he developed, and tendered, a skill in dealing with jewelry and watches. During the remainder of his life, he embraced this career, both in Los Angeles and Las Vegas.

Mark is survived by his wife, Wilma; his five children, Shonna, Kimberly, Rebecca, Shawn, and Jeremy; his sister, Barbara; and his six grandchildren


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From: Karen G Friday, June 07, 2019
With deepest sympathy, My sincerest condolences, May Jehovah God and his Son Jesus Christ bless and comfort you and your family, My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family, Mark’s memory will be forever in my heart, Revelation 21:3,4 KG

From: Regina and Beverly Atkinson Tuesday, March 27, 2018
Jesus taught that someday "all those in the memorial tombs" will be resurrected. (John 5:28) Jehovah is the Creator of all life. Should it be hard to believe that he can re-create life? Of course, much would depend on Jehovah's memory. Can he remember our dead loved ones? Countless trillions of stars fill the universe, yet God knows the name of each one! (Isaiah 40:26) So Jehovah God can remember our dead loved ones in every detail, and he is ready to restore them to life.

From: Joshua Bernabe Monday, March 26, 2018
Dear family, I am sorry for your lost. I know that these times can be hard to deal with, especially in the times we are living today. But Jehovah God promised all of us that he will wipe every tear, and there will be no more pain nor outcry (Revelations 21:3,4). Keep praying for that promise to be fulfilled to see your loved one again. Thank you and once again, I am sorry for your lost.

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