US Army veteran and longtime Denver resident Albert Greenberg passed away on November 3, 2022, at the age of 95. A service was held November 6 at Congregation Beth Evergreen, officiated by Rabbi Jamie Arnold. Feldman Mortuary made the arrangements.
A native of Pottsville, Pa., Mr. Greenberg was a member of the infantry for the US Army toward the end of WW II, stationed in Tricesimo, Italy.
After his military service, Mr. Greenberg studied at Penn State and developed an interest in clinical psychology. While working at an attendant at a VA hospital in Washington, DC, he met Joanne Goldenberg, who at the time was a student at American University. They married in 1956 and became residents on Lookout Mountain.
Mr. Greenberg worked at the Jefferson County Dept. of Welfare and at the State of Colorado Dept. of Rehabilitation as a vocational counselor. He also had roles at the Adams County Department of Mental Health.
Additionally, Mr. Greenberg worked with the American Heart Assn., and co-founded a program for people transitioning from hospitals and prisons called Community Corporation.
In his spare time, Mr. Greenberg collected and restored vintage cars and enjoyed woodworking.
Survivors include Mr. Greenberg’s wife Joanne; and children David (Maureen) Greenberg and Alan (Pamela) Greenberg.
Contributions may be made to Life Care Center of Evergreen or Mount Evans Home Health Care and Hospice.
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