In Memory

Michael Goldhagen

Michael Goldhagen

Michael S. Goldhagen

July 1, 1947 - August 5, 2019


CINCINNATI- Goldhagen, Michael S., age 72, passed away August 5, 2019, beloved husband of Nancy Victor Goldhagen, devoted father of Shari Goldhagen (Bob Wall) & Jacqui Holland (Ramon Govea), dear brother of Patti (Bill) Walters & the late Robin Love, loving grandfather of Victoria Wall & Leo Govea, also survived by many loving nieces and nephews. Graveside services Thursday, August 8, 2:45 P.M. at United Jewish Cemetery, 7885 Ivygate Lane, Montgomery, Ohio 45242. Friends may call on the family Thursday evening only 7:00-9:00 P.M. at the residence of Nancy Goldhagen. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions to Wise Temple or SPCA would be appreciated.

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08/07/19 12:46 PM #1    

Peggy Rich (Friedman)

I am so very sorry to hear about Michael passing away.  I have known him for so many years, and he was always so friendly.  Our Deepest Sympathy to the family.  May his memory be a blessing.

08/07/19 12:52 PM #2    

Ken Maxwell

Michael will always hold a special place in my memories of our school years. He always had a smile on his face and was quite a comedien. I enjoyed being able to call him my friend.

I wish his family well during this difficult time but hope they understand they are not alone in missing this fine person. He will always be remembered!

Ken Maxwell   Class of 65 


08/07/19 02:19 PM #3    

Mel Shuller

I hadn’t seen much of Michael since graduation, but had renewed our friendship in the past few years. He always had a great sense of humor and maintained it during his debilitating illness until the very end. I am going to miss him very much!

08/07/19 02:36 PM #4    

Robin Sevester (Avery)

Michael and I were grade school classmates at Losantiville. I remember his smile and his laughter. You couldn't help but really like him. My deepest sympathy to his family . May good memories be a blessing. 




08/08/19 11:16 AM #5    

Ray Spencer

Always a smile and laughter from Michael. At the reunion he reminded me of his memory from our junior and senior high school phys ed classes together. At the beginning of each school year was the annual lineup of students from the tallest down to the shartest. He was always last and for a few years, I was second to last. How of why he remembered that after fifty years is incrediable. I'd put Michael at the front of the line with his great sense of humor. 

08/08/19 01:35 PM #6    

James Myers

First of all, rejoice in Michael's passing on to his new life, as our faith tells us we shall all meet again.  I suspect that God has already put Michael to work just after graduation from newcomer orientation.  Michael will probably keep busy welcoming new arrivals with his smile and humor, just as he did when he walked among us. Keep the faith. :-)




08/08/19 07:37 PM #7    

Michael Nebolsky

I knew Michael since Elementary school, as well. Along with Robin, we attended Losantiville  the year it first opened. 

We had the opportunity to catch up at our 50th, when I also met his lovely wife. We spoke extensively and shared memories about our mutual good friend, Terry Neisz, who had just passed away recently. 

Michael made me promise him that the next time I visited Cincinnati, I would contact him so that we could get together. Unfortunately, that never happened. Just another reminder to everyone that Life is so short and unpredictable, and that every precious moment should be cherished. 

I wish to offer my deepest condolences and sympathies to his Family and friends. 

08/09/19 06:02 PM #8    

Arnold Hanish

I too knew  Michael as we  were growing up , while  at  Losantiville as elsewhere. Our  families were freidnly through our  fathers. They all like to  party and smoke  cigars .. While  i didn't have  much  contact with over  the past  40 years  other  than  reunions , it  was  always  great  speaking  with  him.. My  prayers go  out to  the  family.


08/09/19 06:07 PM #9    

Emily Lang (Ness)

I was very sorry to learn of Michael's passing.  I am sending my thoughts and prayers to his family and friends. 

08/10/19 01:52 PM #10    

Barbara Lang (Matacia)

I didn't know Michael that well but want his family to know that they have my deepest sympathy in his passing, and that they are in my prayers and thoughts.

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