GOLDSTONE: Dorothy Goldstone passed away October 25, 2014 at her home in Richmond, VA. She was born in Pittsburgh, PA on November 26, 1918. She was predeceased by her beloved husband of 56 years, Milton, by her son, Jack Henry and by her daughter-in-law, Diane Cooper Goldstone. She worked in fashion for 25 years as a buyer for Lintons. She was highly respected in the garment district in New York where they still talk about her today. She was a liberal Roosevelt Democrat, much to the chagrin of her conservative son. She was always for the underdog and needy. She was a natural leader and was past president of many organizations including Hadassah, Sisterhood and her Florida condominium association. She was proud to have served as Queen of Tamarac, FL in their 25th anniversary parade. She was a huge sports fan who rooted for the Pirates, Steelers, Dolphins and Heat. Nana had an adoring and loving family. She is survived by her son Alvin Goldstone and his wife, Gay, who was Nana’s dedicated caregiver. She is survived by four grandchildren, Michael and his wife Pamela, Bronson and her husband Carl, Debbie and her husband Evan and Page and her husband Todd, and by seven great-grandchildren, Brandon, Hayley, Colby, Jordan, Drew, Grady and Eli. She is also survived by her devoted cousins, Darrell Lazarus and his wife Helen, of Pittsburgh; Belle Lazarus (widow of Arnold Lazarus), formerly of Pittsburgh and now of Cincinnati, OH; Miriam Zelman and her husband Paul of Pittsburgh; and other devoted relatives and friends. A graveside service was held at the Star of David Cemetery in North Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Memorial donations may be made to Hadassah or the Wounded Warrior Project.