May 19, 2019

Iyyar 14, 5779

Yah

Daniel David Goldberg

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Iyar 10, 5764

July 13, 1914 to April 30, 2004

David D. Goldberg was inducted into the United States Army in 1941. He was stationed at Aberdeen Proving Ground in Aberdeen, Maryland, assigned to the 96th Ordinance Company as an Ordinance Maintenance Ammunition technician. He was later transfered to three stations that include Ft. Monroe, Virginia; Ft. Bragg, North Carolina; and Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. He was discharged from the United States Army in 1945 and received recognition for his duty in the Army. These accommodations include the Good Conduct Medal, European African Ribbon, American Defense Ribbon, Theater Service Ribbon, and the World War II Vicotry Ribbon. he later joined the VFW, DAV, and JWV. He served twice as Commander for Post 493 of the JWV. Some of his civil acts included putting American flags on his fallen comrades grave and visiting verterans in hospitals. He also enjoyed donating American flags to schools and public organizations. He was very dedicated to his comrades and was a good friend to all the came into his life. Daniel D. Goldberg was married to Edith Goldberg (Krieger) for 61 years. His family includes two sons, Ivan and Donald Goldberg, two daughter-in-laws, Shelia and Beverly Goldberg, and four grandchildren, Jamie, Jennifer, Alyce, and Paul Goldberg. Daniel celebrated his 89th birthday on July 13, 2003 and passed away on April 30, 2004.

US Army

Served from April 21, 1941 to November 6, 1945

Highest JWV Position

Commander

Post or Auxiliary

Shaarie Zion Memorial Post 493

Military Specialty

Company Mail Clerk-96th Ordinance CO

Rank

Teck 5

Awards/Medals

Good Conduct Medal