Tyler Goldberg
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This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Tyler Goldberg who was born in New York on May 26, 1992 and passed away on April 01, 2007 at the age of 14. Tyler was a young man who had passion for many things including; his family, his friends, hockey, lacrosse and of course his Nintendo WII. He enjoyed relaxing at home with his family just as much as hanging out with his friends. Tyler never wished harm upon anyone, he was always there for anyone who needed to talk and he loved being himself. Tyler was always full of jokes to tell just to get a laugh out of somebody. We always talked about how he would become a plastic surgeon and have his own practice. Tyler was met in heaven by his sister Rian who passed away from SIDS in 1989, his Great Grandparents, and other extended family. Tyler's family that is living has established with help the Tyler Scott Goldberg Foundation (for more information please visit TylerScottGoldberg.com). We will remember Tyler forever, and miss him more each day.

Tributes and Condolences
13 years , just like a moment ago   / Mom Rosen- (mom)
It's 13 years, how did 13 years go by and I am still here? How did 13 years go by without your physical presence, without holding those long fingers. 13 years without that warm and loving hug, that smirk or just your calmness that brought so much pea...  Continue >>
Tyler you finally did it and you did it your way at John Edwards. All those times I went and just prayed you would come through , knowing you probably wouldn't . I thought at least grandma would , that was our deal , but maybe this was the way it ha...  Continue >>
easier no harder , how one lives without you   / Mom (mom)
I was not planning on saying anything tonight but I am so angry hurt broken and sad Tonight was the last night that my -14 year old son Tyler Scott Goldberg slept in his bed not realizing what he had ahead of him The pain the terror the fear and ...  Continue >>
So Sad   / Donna Fontane (none)
I was driving behind a car getting on the Sawgrass from Commercial and noticed the Tribute. You see many of these unfortunately but when I saw the years I was crushed. Such a short life and so many things that weren't said or done. I am deeply sor...  Continue >>
not easier   / Mom (mom)
ee Rosen-Nossen shared Jeffrey Rosen's post. 5 hrs · All true but what is missing is the tears the incredible fight that I never knew Tyler had in him This boy at 14 was proving the world wrong From the start we at Broward General we were told...  Continue >>
I'm so sorry for your lost  / Ivan (None)    Read >>
They say time heals -who are they  / Mom (mommy)    Read >>
Special Boy-Special Family  / Kathleen Renick     Read >>
You always seem to get through to me.  / Becca Z.     Read >>
5 years time does not heal  / Mom (Mommy)    Read >>
And so the devastation continues  / Mom (mommy)    Read >>
Your 5th Annual Run -never should have been  / Mommy (mom)    Read >>
9/23/2011 <3  / Becca Z.     Read >>
I know you're up there...  / Jana (Friend)    Read >>
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His legacy
The Tyler Scott Goldberg Foundation Is Established  

Tyler's family has established the Tyler Scott Goldberg Foundation (www.tylerscottgoldberg.com) in honor and memory of Tyler.  They proudly announce that the Foundation's Board of Directors is composed of a diverse and uniquely qualified group of experienced leaders, each of whom possesses the highest level of expertise in his/her profession.  The Board includes three of the incredible physicans who cared for Tyler at Jackson Memorial Hospital, several successful business leaders from the South Florida community, local educators with decades of combined experience in our public school system, skilled lobbyists, successful fundraisers for major charitable organizations as well as members of Tyler's immediate family.   

At its core, the Foundation's mission is to continue Tyler's legacy of love and compassion for others by: (1) preventing children from being injured in the operation of personal watercraft by working to change existing legislation that permits children under 16 to operate these dangerous vehicles and by obtaining overdue design changes to these dangerous and defective products, and (2) easing the suffering of those whose lives are impacted by the types of traumatic injuries typically associated with personal watercraft accidents through providing financial support for relevant medical research, enabling and expanding the scope and quality of sevices in trauma centers and pediatric intensive care units, and assisting families in coping with the many difficulties encountered when their child sustains similar injuries.  

With its impressive cross-section of members, the Board has the combined skills and resources needed to achieve its goals.  However, they cannot accomplish their mission alone.  In order to give Tyler the legacy he deserves, the Foundation needs volunteers to help organize events, experienced leaders to "get the message out," and the financial support of everyone who believes in its mission to protect our children and to prevent this type of tragedy from devastating any other family.  

Anyone who has been touched by Tyler, his life and/or his tragic death is encouraged to become involved with the Foundation.  With your support and generosity, we can achieve our mission and bring meaning to this otherwise meaningless situation.  Please visit the Foundation's website at www.tylerscottgoldberg.com.   

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