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Sep 19, 2023 at 11:49 AM

Mazal Tov on your new book. May you have a lot of success in the new Year

Charles Peterman has left an In Memory comment for Fran Feldman Golden.
Aug 21, 2023 at 11:16 AM

Very sorry to hear of Frans demise. She was a very kind and sweet girl. Had a couple of classes with her. She was always very plesant and always would say Hello and talk. Looks like she really had a wonderful life, sorry it ended now. Rest in Peace Dear Fran, 

Aug 20, 2023 at 10:49 AM

There are very few people I remember I guess I was always on the outside, but I really wish I had known her. BDHaEmet

Aug 18, 2023 at 10:53 PM

Fran Golden, 76, passed away on Aug. 16, 2023. Born in Cleveland, Ohio to Morris and Celia Feldman, Fran graduated from Cleveland Heights High School in 1965. She matriculated to The Ohio State University where she majored in physical education and minored in dance. Fran graduated from OSU in 1969 and began working in the Columbus Public Schools. She taught physical education for a few years at the junior high school level before beginning to raise a family. She later taught physical education at Columbus Torah Academy.

In the fall of 1966, Fran met Ron Golden at Ohio State. They became engaged in 1967 and got married in 1968. They celebrated their 55th wedding anniversary this month.

Fran, an avid sports fan and entrepreneur, started her own aerobic dance program with hundreds of students at the adult level. She was “ahead of her time” with her programming. After several years of incorporating her athletic prowess and business skill, she started into another endeavor, namely, Party People Invitations. This business venture allowed Fran to work with families who were celebrating a variety of occasions utilizing Fran’s personal skills and charm.

A member of Beth Jacob Congregation since 1968, Fran has served on the Board of Trustees for several decades. In 2006, Fran was the recipient of the Keser Shem Tov Award (the Crown of a Good Name) presented at the synagogue’s annual testimonial dinner.

A lady of many talents and class, Fran is survived by her husband of 55 years, Ron, along with sons Eric (Leslie) and Steve (Staci) and grandchildren Jackson, Samantha and Griffin. Fran also is survived by

her sister Linda (Mike) Marlin and her brother-in-law, Farrel (Kim) Golden; nieces and nephews Eva and Ben Golden, and Evan and Jennifer Benjamin, along with many other family members and friends..

Funeral services were held on Thursday, Aug. 17 at Epstein Memorial Chapel with Interment at New Beth Jacob Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Beth Jacob Congregation (www.bjcolumbus.org)

Arrangements under the direction of Epstein Memorial Chapel.

Mark Kinsler has left an In Memory comment for Bruce R Campbell.
Jul 28, 2023 at 9:57 PM

It's quite gratifying to learn that at least one of our classmates was a cowboy.

Yipee ki yi ay, Bruce.


Charles Peterman has left an In Memory comment for Bruce R Campbell.
Jul 28, 2023 at 3:27 PM

Wow! Another Cleveland Heights Friend gone. These events are coming way to often. Met Bruce at Monticello jr HIgh in the 7th grade. He was an awesome Guy. Very friendly, fun to be around and a good friend. He was always cheerful and if you needed someone to talk to either good or bad he always would lend an ear, If it was good he would cngratulate you and if bad he would counsoul you. Whatever it was you were glad he was there to share your joy or concerns. He also (at least in Junior High) was quite the "Ladies Man". The girls liked his good looks and charm. Lost track of him after High School. Now I see he walks the streets of Gold. I am glad our paths crossed and had the honor of knowing "Bruce". Rest in Peace my Brother. My extreme sympathy to his Family and Friends. 

Chuck Peterman 

Stephanie Katz Farley has left an In Memory comment for Bruce R Campbell.
Jul 27, 2023 at 9:42 PM

From Robert Host:

Bruce and I were neighbors in Cleveland Heights, going to Monticello Jr.High and Heights High. We worked on a ranch together in Colorado the summer of 1965, After which we parted ways until about 5 years ago. We both pursued different career paths but accidentally through FaceBook, we learned of our family, friends and locations. Bruce had become a strong follower of The Jesus Christ Latter- Day Saints, and besides his Family and Friends, this was his ultimate goal in life. Bruce was a dear friend and I will miss him greatly . Rest in peace my friend ! Bob Host 

Stephanie Katz Farley has left an In Memory comment for Bruce R Campbell.
Jul 27, 2023 at 9:40 PM

Bruce Campbell Obituary

Bruce Roy Campbell, age 76, passed away peacefully in the comfort of his home on April 4th, 2023, at 3:55AM (MDT) after an extended illness in Cedar City, Utah. His life began November 5, 1946, in East Cleveland, Ohio, to Robert Findlay Campbell and Wilma June Pry-Durkee.
Bruce lived in Ohio for the majority of his childhood. He has 2 living sisters, Susan Egan, Jill Jenner and 2 deceased brothers. He has traveled and lived in Illinois, California, Arizona and spent the remainder of his life in Utah. He was a folk singer, a musician, a cowboy, a father, and husband. He served in the Army. Bruce's passion has always been music, playing guitar, and in recent years he developed a great love in researching his family history.
Bruce was blessed to be married to Deborah (Layton) Campbell who is a retired nurse that never left his side and comforted him as a patient and wife. He has 6 sons, 2 daughters: Joseph Johnson, Jason Johnson, Ryan Campbell, Christian Campbell, Charles Medrano, Brian Medrano; a daughter, Cassandra Renee (Patrick) Morgan and Rebecca Medrano; and 7 grandchildren.
Bruce's family and friends express great gratitude towards all the medical staff at St. George Regional Hospital as well as the professional and compassionate care of Horizon Hospice. We also want to thank everyone who took the time to visit Bruce in the comfort of his home and offered their love and support.
The funeral services will be on Saturday, April 29th, 2023, at 11:00 A.M. at THE CHURCH of JESUS CHRIST of LATTER-DAY SAINTS 500 W 400 N CEDAR CITY, UT 84721.
Condolences and memories of Bruce can be posted online at affordablefuneralservices.com.