In Memory

Martin Golub

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02/07/11 10:54 AM #1    

Rosalyn Tabachnik (Schneid)

I remember Marty as such a bright person.  He knew something about everything without being a show-off about his wealth of knowledge.  He was a wonderful partner on the debating team, and it was a pleasure to work with him.  He will be sorely missed.    Roz (Tabachnik) Schneid

06/07/11 10:57 AM #2    

Mary Anderson (Andrade)

I am in shock. I can't believe Marty is gone. He was a very special person - the smartest person I've ever met. I enjoyed being his friend in high school and his intellectual conversations. He would wear a jacket and tie with sneakers - a nonconformist. I can picture him now. I'm sure he was a brilliant international lawyer. Last I knew he was working in Washington D.C.

07/05/11 05:54 PM #3    

Laurie Bederow

I am probably the only one who remembers that Marty invited me, of all people, to the 8th grade prom at Keith. He was so smart, so brainy, so quirky and I really wondered why of all the smart, brainy (Roz, Mary)girls in our class, he picked me. But I remember being thrilled. He was shy and sweet and I have vivid memories of that night: miniature golf at the A&W, his father waiting in the car.. I still have a black and white polaroid of us standing in front of the lilac bushes in our back yard. He went on to do interesting work and had a wonderful family and he died too young.

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