He was Board Certified in Psychiatry and earned an additional Masters Degree in Health Administration from Columbia University in 1958. He was a member of The Temple, a Board member and past President of the Glenview Condo Association, and St. He was a Corporate Vice President with Brown-Forman and a member of Keneseth Israel Congregation, where he had formerly served as Cemetery Warden and Board of Trustees member. He is survived by Betty, his loving wife of 67 years; his children: Peggy Sloss of Blacksburg, VA; Sally Younger (Peter Pearlman) of Louisville; Dr.
Frank worked for the state mental hospital systems of Pennsylvania and Connecticut, and became Director of State Mental Health Services of Pennsylvania. George Masonic Lodge #239 F & AM, and a former member of Standard Country Club. Jon Younger (Kim) of Seattle, WA; sister-in-law, Bessie Younger of Louisville; and brother-in-law, Raymond Frankel (Maxine) of Los Angeles, CA; grandchildren: Marcie Kruer of Louisville; Barbara Sloss of Asheville, NC; Leslie Kornbluth (Nick) of Blacksburg, VA; Jeremy and Joshua Younger of Houston, TX; Zachary Shields of Israel; and Bernard Pearlman of Los Angeles, CA; 6 great-grandchildren: Ben and Jonah Wilga; Noah Kruer of Louisville; and Kai, Lana and Mara Kornbluth of Blacksburg, VA.
He was also past President of the local chapter of The Building Owners and Management Association and served 12 years as Chairman of The Louisville Metro Parks Board.
He served on the University of Louisville Cardinal Athletic Fund, was a Board member of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, and was a two term Board member of the Regional Airport Authority of Louisville and Jefferson County.
He was President of Kaden Companies, a commercial real estate development, investment and management company.He served as an Air Force Captain and combat veteran, completing 50 missions over Europe as a bombardier in World War II. Louis, MO; and daughter, Adelaide "Cissy" Lenobel (Dr. on Sunday, April 3, 2011, at The Temple, 5101 Brownsboro Road, with visitation beginning at p.m.He was also a Captain and Group Intelligence Officer during the Korean War. Robert) of Cincinnati, OH; and 4 grandsons: James and Andrew Schulman and Dr. Burial will follow in The Temple Cemetery, 2716 Preston Highway.She was one of three children born to the late Milton and Minnie Palestrant and was the beloved wife of Robert Gould for over 50 years. Richard Gould, and will forever be remembered by her devoted daughters, Carol Small and Barbara De Vuono; loving sons-in-law, Hal Klein and Rick De Vuono; treasured grandchildren: Lindsey (Michael) Delrahim, Ryan Small of Chicago, IL, Paul (Eleyah) Frields, Kevin Frields, and Erin (James) Ralph of Virginia; many precious great-grandchildren, along with countless other friends and family whom were blessed to know her.Shirley loved traveling, going to movies, reading, being with her family and having fun with friends.