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Record #: R2021-934   
Type: Resolution Status: Adopted
Intro date: 9/14/2021 Current Controlling Legislative Body:
Final action: 9/14/2021
Title: Tribute to late Sanford and Carol Goldman
Sponsors: Hadden, Maria E.
Attachments: 1. R2021-934.pdf
Chicago City Council September 14, 2021


MEMORIAL RESOLUTION FOR SANFORD AND CAROL GOLDMAN


WHEREAS, The members of the City Council are deeply saddened to learn of the deaths of Sanford "Sandy" and Carol Goldman; and

WHEREAS, Sandy and Carol Goldman spent their lives as dedicated community leaders in Rogers Park after moving to the neighborhood in 1958; and

WHEREAS, Sandy and Carol supported the development of their children Steven and Lisa through hundreds of volunteer activities including the St. Jerome's Teen Club, High Ridge YMCA Chargers Football Program, and Eugene Field School PTA; and

WHEREAS, Sandy and Carol supported their children in leadership positions such as President of the Sullivan High School PTA, President of the Sullivan High School Boosters Club, Parent Leaders for the Boy Scout and Girl Scout Troops, and leaders in the Leone Beach Junior Guard Program Parent Association; and

WHEREAS, Sandy and Carol were equally committed to the improvement of their community shown by the thousands of hours of volunteer service for numerous Rogers Park organizations including the Chicago Police Department's 24th District Steering Committee and CAPS Committee, Rogers Park Historical Society, Rogers Park Art and Music Street Fair Committee, and were co-founders of the Rogers Park Builders Group and Rogers Park Garden Group; and

WHEREAS, Sandy served in various leadership positions with the Rogers Park Community Council, including as its President and the founding editor of its community newspaper Rogers Park 2000; and

WHEREAS, Carol was a part-time employee of the Rogers Park Community Council from 1969 to 1979 where she served as the Vice President and Director, wrote and edited the Council Newsletter PlainTalk, set-up data base systems and computerized Council's membership records and billing, and recruited and coordinated the Rogers Park Community Council 350 volunteer base for numerous projects; and

WHEREAS, Carol was the Director of the Housing Act...

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