Posted by Jason Elias on Aug 26, 2020

In a year of tragedies from massive bush fires, devastating floods and the insipid coronavirus pandemic, this one really hit home. Our dear friend and trusted trading partner Moshe Goldberg of Allegro Recruitment Consulting sadly passed away this week after a brave battle with cancer.

Many of you have come to know and love Moshe and his daughter Sarah who have become a mainstay of our regular calls, meetings and conferences. Although Moshe was only in NPAworldwide for the last 5 years, he made a huge impact. Along with Sarah, he made many splits, introduced many new members and headed up Victoria as an Area Leader. He was genuine, insightful, possessed a keen intellect (PhD in Mathematics) and sense of humour. We will miss him terribly. I know you join me is passing on our deepest sympathies and wish a "long life" to Sarah, her mum Helene and sisters Devorah and Gita.

Moshe's funeral was attended by many of our members online due to Covid lockdown restrictions. The fact people dialed in from around the world to pay their respects symbolises what NPAworldwide means to me. We may live in different countries, speak many languages and have different faiths but in the end, we are one family. We are there to support each other and help each other through times of difficulty. I remember former Chairman Jim Sullivan sharing that it was his NPA partners that helped him get through the tragic events of 9/11, both emotionally and financially.

If there is anything I can do personally or professionally to help you all, please feel free to reach out.