STAFF SERGEANT HERBERT
GOLDBERG was born on March 17, 1922 to Jack and Sarah Goldberg. In 1923
his parents opened up a general store on Evesham Road in the Ashland
neighborhood that lies partly in Voorhees Township and partly in what
was then called Delaware Township, now known as Cherry Hill. The
Goldberg family lived in a house on Ellis Street, in Delaware Township.
Herbert Goldberg was a 1942 graduate of Haddonfield
Memorial High School in Haddonfield NJ, where he played on the football team for four years. Prior to enlisting in the Army, Herbert Goldberg had worked at the
Philadelphia Navy Yard.
After the war, the body of Herbert Goldberg was returned to the United States. He is buried at Crescent Burial Park in Pennsauken NJ. The library at temple Beth Sholom synagogue was named in his memory on October 28, 1945.
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