On April 19, Beverly Eileen Goldstein (née Schweitzer) of Reisterstown at 82. She is survived by daughters Paula (Jeffrey) Weissberg and Barbara Goldstein Klau and grandchildren Julia Levine, Justin Levine, Hailey Klau and Maya Weissberg. She was predeceased by husband Howard Goldstein and parents Minna and Philip Schweitzer. She had many hobbies and interests, including politics, her grandchildren, eating out with her friends (especially at the Reisterstown Diner), poodles, going to the senior center, playing mahjong, finding a great deal, shopping, traveling, New York bus trips, Atlantic City bus trips, Broadway shows and getting her hair and nails done weekly. Her career consisted of working for large companies like Duracell and Gillette to eventually starting her own pet supply business. She also worked for Weight Watchers for over 20 years in a part-time capacity. She attended two presidential inaugurations and held a position on the Republican National Central Committee and was a judge for the Orphan’s Court for Governor Hogan. She also devoted time to the Reisterstown Improvement Committee, Baltimore Hebrew Sisterhood and Reisterstown Senior Center. Both of her parents died before she got married at the age of 25, so in order to live with her grief she buried herself in work. The most important thing to her was her family — especially her grandchildren.
Contributions may be sent to the Alzheimer’s Association of Maryland, 1850 York Road, Suite D, Timonium, MD 21093.