Renate Luise Goldstein

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Renate Luise Goldstein passed away June 21, 2019 at 89 years old. She was born in Wurzburg, Germany, in 1929 and emigrated to the US with her husband, Rudolf, in 1955.
She worked for the Jenss Department Store for 29 years as a Interior Decorator.
Renate and Rudy raised three sons, Michael, Mark (Sarah) and Douglas (Dori) in Lockport, NY.
She leaves behand four grandchildren, Justin (Amanda), Lydia (Martin Bielicki), Lindsey and Grant; and two great-grandchildren, Madelyn and Audrey.
Private services will be held at the convenience of the family.
In lieu of flowers, memorials to the Alzheimer's Association would be appreciated by the family.
Online condolences at pruddenandkandt.com.
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Published on June 23, 2019
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Hank & Sue Beamer
Jul 11, 2019
We were so surprised to hear of Rene's passing. I worked with her at Jenss for some years and remember enjoying that time very much. She was so talented in everything she did.
We are very sorry for your loss. -Sue & Hank
Johann "Hans" Allwang
Jun 29, 2019
My sincerest sympathies to Mike, Gig and Doug. I have fond memories of the times your mom stopped by to spend a little bit of time with my mom. God bless!
Linda (Zacher) & Kenny Coulson
Jun 25, 2019
Renate will be missed... She was a part of my childhood. She was very talented in any craft she touched and had an extreme eye for beauty. One of many memories is teaching me that you should never say "thank you" when you receive a plant as a gift... Always say "I appreciate", then it will grow. One of 3 plants I cherish is a cutting from her... She is forever in my heart.
Wayne (Skip) Solotes
Jun 25, 2019
So sad to hear, living next door while growing up was great, the stories she would tell, the french toast in the am after a sleepover, our trip to Watkins Glen. Thank You for all you did, God Bless you Renate.