Abraham Goldfarb

June 20, 1927 – February 24, 2021

GOLDFARB, Abraham “Abe” Goldfarb, born June 20, 1927, passed away peacefully February 24, 2021. He married Barbara Sue Parker June 9, 1959 – Four children, Marc Goldfarb and wife, Julie Anne of Dallas, TX – Gail Goldfarb Ahl of Dallas, TX – June Penciu and husband, Cristian of Key Biscayne, FL and the late Julie Stoeger and husband Mike of Houston, TX. Seven grandchildren – Greg Walling, Ginny Ahl, Andre Penciu, Alex Penciu, Sam Penciu, Sophie Stoeger and Zachary Stoeger – two nephews – Ben Goldfarb of Dallas, TX – Burton Rothberg of New York, NY – one niece – Ann Katz of Austin, TX. Abe was active with National Banner Company Inc. and other enterprises over 50 years – was on board of trustees of Johnson & Wales University for 20 years and was a legacy trustee and recipient of Honorary Doctorates Degree – also held positions on board of directors on the Hall-Voyer Foundation – the United States Business and Industrial Council and its Educational Foundation – Dallas Casa – and was active as a former member and director of other businesses, charitable and cultural groups. Abe was a strong supporter of the Second Amendment – a life member of the National Rifle Association and a member of the Dallas Gun Club for over 50 years. Abe served in the U.S. Merchant Marine during World War II and also served during the Korean War – he was a member of the S.S. Stephen Hopkins Branch of the American Merchant Marine Veterans of World War II and was a long time member of the China Post 1 American Legion and was on its executive committee. Donations in Abe’s memory may be made to American Legion China Post 1 13359 North Highway 183, Suite 406-566, Austin, TX 78750, or to theĀ charity of your choice. Family will have a private burial.