We love you a bushel and a peck
  • 97 years old
  • Born on March 21, 1917 in Cleveland, Ohio, United States.
  • Passed away on March 24, 2014 in Cleveland, Ohio, United States.
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Charlotte Goldberg 97 years old , born on March 21, 1917 and passed away on March 24, 2014. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Lee Ponsky on 24th March 2019
Wow. 5 years. I miss you evey day. What an impact you had on our lives. There have been some great things lately I wish I could share with you. I wish I could just dial 932-9548 and tell you. We recently saw a Cuban Funk band that Ilan, Eric and I all said you would have loved. Oh and the Arethea Franklin movie Amazing Grace, you got to see it if you have a chance. Love you and miss you terribly.
Posted by Jackie Ponsky on 21st March 2019
So many times your family says,” I wish Mimi could see this. She’d be so happy. Your memory is so strong and have taught us so much. You’ll be happy to know I wear lipstick everyday!
Posted by Jackie Ponsky on 21st March 2018
Here we are, 2018. My grandchildren call me Grammy, but for some odd reason, Kim's babies call me Mimi. Are you doin tricks up there? Love you forever.
Posted by Jackie Ponsky on 22nd March 2016
I don't know if this works and if you get emails, but I'll try anyway. Kim is having twins, boy and girl. The girl will be named Charlotte. She kept her promise. I love you
Posted by Lee Ponsky on 21st March 2016
Happy birthday Mimi. I miss you like crazy. Everyone is good and getting along :) I wish I could update you on everything going on. We have a lot to talk about. mwah
Posted by David Goldberg on 17th January 2016
Shortly after the 1967 Six Day War, Leo, Charlotte, Robert Goldberg,Gerald Goldberg, Jackie Ponsky, Goldberg visited Israel and made this video. They shared the excitement of the Israeli victory, and the belief that Israel would finally be able to have peace with its neighbors. After the video are some slides from their trip. Take a look at the picture at the end. It is Moshe Dyan in the Tel Aviv Hilton Hotel. My father got into the picture pretending he was on the phone. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kh-ElZ4CIKI
Posted by Jackie Ponsky on 26th April 2015
You were and are a gift to me. I am so lucky…...
Posted by Kim Ponsky on 26th April 2015
Mimi, there is more to say than I could ever possibly put in this little box. But I will sum it up to tell you that my one wish in my life is to even hold a candle to becoming the kind of person you were... To love how you loved, and to be loved how you still are. You made us all the people we are, and showed us who we want to work to become. There's not a hole in my heart where you used to be... You're always there filling it.
Posted by Lee Ponsky on 25th April 2015
Mimi You are gone but you are with me every single day. I love you so much and miss you so much it hurts.

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