To: ...My name is Drew Aldrich, I am the son of Sue and Tom Aldrich. Sue's maiden name was Yelsey and she was a cousin of Roy Goldman. Roy died in 1976, and my family quickly lost touch with the Alice (Roy's wife) and their son Sam.
From an article about Roy at UC Riverside:
Dr. Goldman was born in New York City on January 30, 1944. He received his B.A. in psychology at Brooklyn College in 1964, and his M.A. in experimental psychology at Bowling Green State University in 1966. He was a United States Public Health Service Predoctoral Fellow from 1967 to 1970 and received his Ph.D. in cognitive psychology from the University of California at Berkeley in 1970. Dr. Goldman joined the psychology department at UCR in 1970, and received an accelerated promotion to associate professor in 1975.
My Family is very interested in meeting and talking to the Sam Goldman who was Roy's son. They loved roy and really regred losing touch with what they remember as a cute curly haired boy.
To: ... ...308 GLEN LN ELKINS PARK, PA 19027Dear Ms. Goldman,
I am an artist who purchased a considerable body of your work at a flea market in Lambertville, NJ. I find the work truly exceptional and I would absolutely love to meet you and/or discuss your work and experience.
To: ...Are you Colin Goldman who comes from Hendon, London. Did you grow up living in Holmbush Court? If so, I am your neighbor and playmate from Holmbush Court, Susan Berks. I live in Palm Desert, California, and come to San Diego from time to time. I thought it would be fun to get in touch with you. If you see this message, please e-mail me. Best wishes, Sue
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