GORIN, Arthur M.


of Framingham, died at home after a three year battle with cancer on February 20th, with family close by his side. A beloved husband, father, grandfather and uncle, Mickey grew up in Newton, MA. He is pre-deceased by his first wife of 35 years, Toby (Tobenstein) Gorin from Montreal, Que; his parents, Morris & Irene (Levy) Gorin; and his older brother Martin Gorin of Randolph, MA. Mickey had a large family that loved him completely. He leaves behind his wife, Martha (Tobenstein) Greenfield of Montreal, Que, and between them they had 5 children. Son Robert Gorin & wife Robyn of Rye, NY; Daughter Stephanie Gorin & husband Desmond Racicot of Plattsburgh, NY; Step-Son Gordon Greenfield & wife Kathleen of Bradenton, FL; Step-Son Richard Greenfield & wife Lise of Herndon, VA; Step-Daughter Joanne (Greenfield) Donahue & husband Michael of Wrentham, MA. He also leaves his brother Sherman Gorin & wife Gail of Lakewood, NJ, Brother & Sister-in-Law Mark & Marim Tobenstein of Dollard des Ormeaux, Quebec, and sister-in-Law Judy Gorin of Randolph, MA. Mickey loved nothing more than spending time with family and friends, including his 10 grandchildren: Emily, Troy, twins Toby & Grace, Alison, Chatham, Sam, Kate, Aidan & Brendan. Mickey enjoyed 50 years as a salesman for clothing and uniforms. A genuinely kind man, he treated customers and co-workers with dignity and respect. It’s how he lasted so long in a competitive business. As a sports enthusiast you’d often find him rooting on the Boston teams alongside his many loyal friends. Chapel service at Schlossberg & Solomon Memorial Chapel, 824 Washington Street, Canton on Friday, February 23rd 12:00 Noon. Interment to follow at Sharon Memorial Park, Sharon, MA. Shiva directly after at the Donahue Home. Shiva continues at Mickey’s late residence on Saturday, February 24, from 6pm to 9pm. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to: Kidney Cancer Research Fund, Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital, c/o Dr. David McDermott, 330 Brookline Avenue, Boston, MA 02215


Arrangements by
Schlossberg & Solomon Memorial Chapel
"Family Owned"

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