Joseph Irwin Goldstein

On September 16, 1945 Joseph Irwin Goldstein was born to Ralph and Ida (Greenberg) Goldstein in Charleston, South Carolina.

A few years later the family, along with his sister, Marlene, moved to the College Park area of Orlando. Joe attended Edgewater High School and graduated in 1963. He went on to attend the University of Florida, Stetson Law School, and Rollins College. Joe was Vice President and General Counsel for Darden Restaurants and later, Signature Flight Support. He was a Board Member of Aspire Health, Board Member of UCF Legacy Pointe, and Board Member of Rotary Club of Dr. Phillips. In addition, he did a lot of work with the Southwest Branch of the Orange County Public Library.

Joe is survived by his wife of over 50 years, Jo Anne, his son, Ben, and his daughter in law, Beth.

Funeral Services will be on Thursday, September 1, 2022 at 10:00AM at the Pavilion of Ohev Shalom Cemetery (6034 Old Winter Garden Road) with Rabbi Geoffrey Spector officiating.

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