Englewood Makes History

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    Sarah Goldstein was a realtor who lived in Englewood. She graduated from Pace College in 1926. She founded Sarah K. Goldstein Real Estate in 1951. She was a member of the Sisterhood and Hadassah at Congregation Ahavath Torah, the Englewood Chamber of Commerce, the Council of Jewish Women, and the B'nai B'rith Women of Englewood. She also was the president of the Englewood-Tenfaly Chapter of Zonta International. 

    She was married to Somuel Goldstein. She had two daughters, Carol Abaya and Reba Reznick.
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    Barbara E. Wright was a restaurant owner of two businesses, Black and White Taxi and Wright's Luncheonette. She was known for feeding neighbors in Englewood including impoverished families. 

    She was born June 12, 1927 in Teaneck New Jersey. Her parents were John and Alberta Blackman and she had two younger brothers, Harold and John.

    She graduated from Dwight Morrow High School in 1947 and worked in the administrative and service industries. She married John T. Wright after meeting in 1949. She had four children, Pamela Valerie, Renard Gregory, Jeryl Louise, and Tami Alberta. 

    As for extended family, she had a stepsister Francine, and a stepbrother Dwight. 

    She had many grandchildren, Harold Wright, Kyle Wright, Rashay Wright, Rafael Williams, Shikira Cretella, John Wright II, Shanay Taylor, Brianna Wright, and Justin Wright. 

    Among her great-grandchildren are Hassan Renouf, Raven Wright, Nevaeh Wright, Naomi and Damon Cretella, Rhyan M and Rylee J Williams, and Jaelyn Wright.
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