Farming Rural 18

Michael R. Goldstein

June 29, 1965 ~ August 3, 2021 (age 56)



Michael R. Goldstein, 56, a long time Town of German Flatts resident, passed away peacefully on Tuesday August 3, 2021 at Bassett Healthcare, Cooperstown, NY with his devoted family by his side. 

Mike was born June 29, 1965 in Little Falls the son of the late Charles A. and Beatrice (Talbot) Goldstein and was a graduate of Mohawk High School. 

He was employed at the Sitrin Nursing Home, in Utica, where he held the position of maintenance and grounds keeper. 

Mike's life was centered around his loved ones, he was a caring father and brother, always putting the need of his family and friends first.

Survivors include his daughter, Samantha Keener and her husband Nate; his grandchildren, Nathaniel and Kaiya his brothers, Charles M. Goldstein and companion Nina Petkovsek of Salisbury Center, Robert Goldstein and his wife Peggy of Mohawk, and Dan Goldstein and his wife Jennifer of Herkimer; his sisters, Jean Gegler and her husband Robert of Mohawk, Charlene Hester and her companion Mark Zysk of Little Falls, Robin Goldstein of  Herkimer and Jenifer Goldstein of Herkimer, Dana Goldstein of Utica and Gloria Pugliese of Florida; several nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins. 

Beside his parents, Mike was pre-deceased by a sister, Patti Goldstein. 

In keeping with Mike's wishes funeral services and burial at Rural Park Cemetery will be private and held at the convenience of his family. Arrangements are under the caring guidance of the Vincent A. Enea Funeral Service, (next to NBT Bank), 527 E. Albany St., Herkimer, NY. In lieu of flowers please make all memorial contributions to the Roswell Park, Esophageal Cancer Center, Elm and Carlton Streets, Buffalo, NY 14263.

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