David Lee Goldstein



Friday May 3, 2024

1:00 pm


Waverly Ave Chelmsford, MA 01824

Funeral Details


David Lee Goldstein, 48, entered into rest unexpectedly on Monday, April 29, 2024 in Nashua, NH.

He moved to Chelmsford, MA at a young age, where he stayed until he graduated Chelmsford High School with the class of 1993. From there, he attended art school in Boston, and lived in a number of different cities over the years. David recently spent some time in Denmark where he made many close and lasting friendships.

David was a skilled sculptor and mainly worked with metal and wax sculptures for his artwork. He was also an avid musician and always enjoyed playing his guitar. He was an incredibly kind person who cared deeply for those around him. David was quick to lend a helping hand to those who needed help and often put the needs of others before himself. He served as his mother’s primary caretaker at their residence in Chelmsford until her passing in March of 2023.

David was the son of the late Linda (Yoel) Goldstein. He is survived by his brother and sister-in-law, Craig and Colleen Goldstein of Lancaster, MA, his two nephews; Kieran and Dillon, and his father Ronald Goldstein of Delray Beach, FL.  He is also survived by his uncle, Steve Goldstein, his wife Ivy, and his aunt, Paula Johnson, her husband James, and their children; Daryl, Eric, and Alissa, and their families.

In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to Congregation Shalom’s “Helping Hands” fund. Donations can be made on their website at https://congregationshalom.org/donation.

Service Information

There will be a graveside funeral service on Friday, May 3, 2024 1:00 p.m. at Temple Beth El Cemetery, 100 Waverly Avenue, Chelmsford, MA 01824.

9 responses to “David Lee Goldstein”

  1. Margi Loyer says:

    Sorry to learn of David’s passing. I remember having him in my first year Hebrew class in 1984-85.

  2. Caitlin B says:

    I am so sorry to Dave’s friends and family for this tragic news. He was such and intelligent and vibrant soul with so many dreams and talents. His passing is truly heartbreaking.

  3. Birgitte says:

    So Sorry to see that David has Past away. Will remember him always smiling and be a good friend for all of us here in Struer Denmark.
    R.I.P Dear David.

  4. Andrea (Toto) Flagg says:

    Sorry to hear of the loss of David. I have fond memories of sending letters back and forth with him when we were much younger. He will be missed.

  5. Morten says:

    I’m so sorry for the loss of David. We all feel helpless. Will always remember that funny guy who came to Denmark and made us all smile, just by being who he was. The best brother from another mother.

  6. Our family sends sincerest sympathy to you and pray that your support will come from family, friends and others you know. Please know we care and call on us for anything you need at anytime.So sorry.Best to all.
    The Ross Family

  7. Lucas says:

    gonna miss you dave. maybe the next time around the world will have evolved to your level.

  8. Lucas says:

    gonna miss you dave. maybe the next time around, humanity will have evolved to your level.

  9. Frank says:

    I only just learned of Dave’s passing. He was a good friend a long time ago. Can someone please let me know what happened to this lovely man?

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