In memory of
Stanley Frank Goldenberg
In memory of
Stanley Frank Goldenberg
Stanley Frank Goldenberg Stanley Goldenberg passed away Thursday, April 29th at the age of 87. He lived an amazing, rich life in Panama City for the past 48 years. He was married to JoEllon for 65 years and was bragging on her cooking up until the very end. Stanley grew up in Miami, FL and played football and basketball at Miami Sr. High School. His brother, Norman, still lives there and Stan never forgave him for being a Gator. Stanley loved Jo, and his two daughters, Sharon and Sandra. Those three strong ladies are a testament to Stan the Man. He conceded long ago that he was outnumbered in his own home, but only a strong man such as Stan could lead that pack. Stan could be found at Starbucks by the mall most afternoons, coffee in hand, leading his old friends in discussions about the Seminoles' latest win (and way too many losses). He was cheering on the NOLES basketball team during March Madness this season, and, in his perfect sports broadcasting voice said "You can't win if you turn the ball over like that!" He was right. The influence he had on his daughters was profound. Stan loved music. In fact, his vinyl collection is quite impressive (although when he bought them they were just called albums). He had a beautiful singing voice and was in his high school choir. Sharon got the impressive pipes and musical gift and had a great career as an entertainer and singer in Los Angeles. Stan loved FSU sports. He loved baseball, especially the Braves. He was an umpire & referee for many years. He taught Sandra all the starting quarterbacks in the NFL when she was just 9 years old. She was destined to talk sports for a career. He taught both daughters how to properly bait a hook to catch a fish, change the oil in the car, and still said "be careful driving & call me when you get home" even in his last few days. Stan was the voice of the Lynn Haven Raiders at Pete Edwards Field, and the Mosley Dolphins Football team at Tommy Oliver Stadium when his girls were part of the cheerleading squad. Stan also loved his country, serving proudly in the Air Force for 23 years. After he retired from the Air Force he started selling cars in Panama City and his favorite years were at Marshall Honda where he likely met a lot of you reading this. There have been many men who have loved their family, their country, and their culture and heritage as much as Stanley Goldenberg, but none more. JoEllon, Sharon & Sandra really appreciate the outpouring of love they've received from people all across Florida and the US. The family will be holding a celebration of life sometime in the fall. Likely on a Saturday, after the 'Noles have just won a game. God welcomes Stanley Goldenberg into His Kingdom, where they will be having a good time doing the chop. Wilson Funeral Home 214 Airport Road, Panama City, FL 32405 850-785-5272 www.wilsonfuneralhome.net
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In memory of
Stanley Frank Goldenberg
Stanley Frank Goldenberg Stanley Goldenberg passed away Thursday, April 29th at the age of 87. He lived an amazing, rich life in Panama City for the past 48 years. He was married to JoEllon for 65 years and was bragging on her cooking up until the very end. Stanley grew up in Miami, FL and played football and basketball at Miami Sr. High School. His brother, Norman, still lives there and Stan never forgave him for being a Gator. Stanley loved Jo, and his two daughters, Sharon and Sandra. Those three strong ladies are a testament to Stan the Man. He conceded long ago that he was outnumbered in his own home, but only a strong man such as Stan could lead that pack. Stan could be found at Starbucks by the mall most afternoons, coffee in hand, leading his old friends in discussions about the Seminoles' latest win (and way too many losses). He was cheering on the NOLES basketball team during March Madness this season, and, in his perfect sports broadcasting voice said "You can't win if you turn the ball over like that!" He was right. The influence he had on his daughters was profound. Stan loved music. In fact, his vinyl collection is quite impressive (although when he bought them they were just called albums). He had a beautiful singing voice and was in his high school choir. Sharon got the impressive pipes and musical gift and had a great career as an entertainer and singer in Los Angeles. Stan loved FSU sports. He loved baseball, especially the Braves. He was an umpire & referee for many years. He taught Sandra all the starting quarterbacks in the NFL when she was just 9 years old. She was destined to talk sports for a career. He taught both daughters how to properly bait a hook to catch a fish, change the oil in the car, and still said "be careful driving & call me when you get home" even in his last few days. Stan was the voice of the Lynn Haven Raiders at Pete Edwards Field, and the Mosley Dolphins Football team at Tommy Oliver Stadium when his girls were part of the cheerleading squad. Stan also loved his country, serving proudly in the Air Force for 23 years. After he retired from the Air Force he started selling cars in Panama City and his favorite years were at Marshall Honda where he likely met a lot of you reading this. There have been many men who have loved their family, their country, and their culture and heritage as much as Stanley Goldenberg, but none more. JoEllon, Sharon & Sandra really appreciate the outpouring of love they've received from people all across Florida and the US. The family will be holding a celebration of life sometime in the fall. Likely on a Saturday, after the 'Noles have just won a game. God welcomes Stanley Goldenberg into His Kingdom, where they will be having a good time doing the chop. Wilson Funeral Home 214 Airport Road, Panama City, FL 32405 850-785-5272 www.wilsonfuneralhome.net
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