Keith David Goldfarb of Mt. Laurel, New Jersey was born March 11, 1962 and passed away suddenly on August 31, 2018. He was the beloved son of Natalie Malin and Royal Goldfarb.

Keith, who grew up in Bellevue and Mercer Island, was an avid tennis player who won many tournaments and who met his wife Linda on a tennis court. He also excelled at Basketball, including being on a team that travelled to the Nationals.

He went on to succeed in several professions including Insurance, Forensic Documentation, Collectibles, and Real Estate. Keith enjoyed summers at Lake Chelan with family and friends when he was young. He loved preparing a good meal and sharing it with others, poker games with friends, his three rescue dogs, good books, Alec’s guitar gigs, Kylie’s art work, cheering on all types of sports teams on his special sports channel, including the Seahawks and the Mariners. Keith also loved coaching his kids’ sports teams and teaching them to be good sports.

He leaves behind his adored wife Linda Glassel Goldfarb, his beloved children Alec Thomas Goldfarb and Kylie Brooke Goldfarb, and his beloved sister Lori Goldfarb, with whom he was so close, as well as his beloved parents, step parents Bob Malin and Kris Goldfarb, and parents-in-law David and Marcia Glassel, his sister-in-law and brother-in-law Caren and Boris Trgovcich, his beloved nephew, nieces, uncle, aunts, and numerous cousins. He was the beloved nephew of the late Alvin Goldfarb, Michael Goldfarb, and Herb Thomas.

Remembrances to “Back On My Feet”, for the homeless, in his memory: 100 Broad Street, Suite 2136 Philadelphia, PA 19110.

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