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In Memory of

Franklin P. Gould

July 17, 1932 - May 14, 2017

Obituary


Franklin Paul Gould

Devoted husband, proud and involved father, treasured friend; Frank Gould will be missed by many.
In his lifetime he was always involved in improving the community in which he resided. From Bergen County to Orangeburg...Westchester to Cooperstown...and finally in Scarsdale, Frank made a difference. In his lifetime as an educator and a perpetual student, Frank shared his thirst for knowledge with those he touched. His students, his family, his colleagues and peers all became richer, fuller people as a result of knowing Frank. He taught his sons about social responsibility...

Franklin Paul Gould

Devoted husband, proud and involved father, treasured friend; Frank Gould will be missed by many.
In his lifetime he was always involved in improving the community in which he resided. From Bergen County to Orangeburg...Westchester to Cooperstown...and finally in Scarsdale, Frank made a difference. In his lifetime as an educator and a perpetual student, Frank shared his thirst for knowledge with those he touched. His students, his family, his colleagues and peers all became richer, fuller people as a result of knowing Frank. He taught his sons about social responsibility through the Boy Scouts of America, his daughters learned to be proud independent women and he was devoted to his wife, Rosemary. Theirs was truly a love story for the ages. Frank will be missed, but his imprint is indelible, and for that we will always be grateful.

Lifetime Accomplishments:
MA in Mathematics, Montclair State University
Career educator, high school mathematics
Staff Development - NYC Math Project
Lifetime troop leader, Boy Scouts of America for over 35 years
Docent, Fenimore Art Museum, Cooperstown
Trustee, Crestwood Historical Society
Parishioner and usher, Annunciation Church
Board member, Garth Woods Cooperative

Arrangements under the direction of Edwin L. Bennett Funeral Homes, Scarsdale, NY.