Stanley H. Goldmann
GOLDMANN: Stanley H. Goldmann, age 84, of Pittsburgh and Sanibel, Fla., died in Sanibel on February 3 from the effects of pancreatic cancer. Stan was born in Pittsburgh to Irene Loeb Goldmann Shapera and Dr. Bernhard A. Goldmann. He leaves his beloved wife of 23 years, Joyce Kostak Goldmann, his sister, Joanne Goldmann Kaufman, who predeceased him, his daughter, Randi Goldmann (Martin Forman), sons Bernie Goldmann (Melisa Wallack) and Richard Goldmann (Barry Buck), stepson, Michael Goldberg (Joie Chen) and stepdaughter, Wendy Clougherty (Timothy Clougherty). Stanley had nine grandchildren, Max Forman, Jake Forman, Ross Forman, Lilyana Goldmann, Mercer Goldmann, Grey Goldmann, Evan Goldberg, Kate Clougherty and Leah Clougherty. Stanley graduated from Taylor Allderdice High School in 1949 and the University of Pittsburgh in 1953 with a Bachelor of Science in business. He later earned an Master of Science in retailing, also from Pitt. At Pitt he was a business manager of The Pitt News. After serving two years with the 2nd Armored Division, he took a job at Liberty Printing and later became the Pittsburgh representative for Printing Service Inc., of Dayton, Ohio. On March 21, 1969, Stanley and two partners purchased Geyer Printing Company. Stanley was a terrific salesman and was the treasurer of the company. The partnership was a tremendous success and turned Geyer into one of the largest locally owned printers in Pittsburgh. Stanley was an avid supporter of the University of Pittsburgh in particular of the Athletic Department. He was a Founding member of the Golden Panthers Booster organization now known as the Panther Club. He was celebrated as the Golden Panther’s Man of the year in 1986. He was also a board member of the Three Rivers Arts Festival, a supporter of the Carnegie Museum of Art and the Pittsburgh Symphony. He was a season ticket holder for all the Pittsburgh sports teams, which was a major passion for him. Stanley and his wife later retired to Sanibel where he loved walking on the beach and became an avid collector of seashells. He was most proud of his collection of nine Junonia’s, a rare seashell. Services were held at Ralph Schugar Chapel, Inc. Interment West View Cemetery of Rodef Shalom Congregation. The family requests that donations be made to the Stanley M. Marks Research Fund at the University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute. Checks can be made out to UPCI c/o UMPC Cancer Pavilion, Suite 1B, 5150 Centre Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15232. schugar.com.