Mitchell Goldberg

Profile Updated: November 25, 2013
Mitchell Goldberg
Residing In: Sagamore Hills, OH USA
Spouse/Partner: Chris Wearsch
Occupation: Attorney-Arbitrator-Mediator
Children: Alyssa O'Rourke, born 1972
Brad Goldberg, born 1975
Military Service: U.S. Coast Guard Reserves  
Yes! Attending Reunion
Elementary School(s):

South Avondale - Grades K through 5

Roselawn School - Grade 6


Undergrad - U. Cincinnati
Law School - U. Cincinnati College of Law
Partner in 3 different law firms, the last of which was Strauss & Troy in Cincinnati.
Became full time arbitrator and mediator in 1997 when I moved from Cincinnati to Northern Ohio.
I am involved in resolving disputes in labor and employment matters, commercial and business disputes, securities issues, and other civil disputes

School Story:

Cincinnati until 1997 when I moved to Sagamore Hills, Ohio. I am located about halfway between downtown Cleveland and downtown Akron, in northern Summit County

Mitchell's Latest Interactions

Mitchell Goldberg added a comment on Profile.
Feb 09, 2024 at 10:55 AM
Mitchell Goldberg has left an In Memory comment for R. Bruce Baum.
Jun 04, 2023 at 1:58 PM


Bruce was really a great guy. I last saw him at one of our reunions years ago. Eddie Southard and I first met Bruce in th 7th grade and remained friends until graduation. His nickname became Doberman, named after the comedy star in the Sgt. Bilko TV series. It is not surprising that his carrer involved the study of comedy. I read his Obit, and reviewed all of the wonderful commenrs from his students and friends who loved him. RIP. Mitch 


May 09, 2023 at 11:00 AM

Happy Birthday to the best diver, trampoline person and halfback on the 2 hand tag frat football team.

May 02, 2022 at 10:23 AM

Happy Birthday to a great friend and fraternity brother.

Mitchell Goldberg has left an In Memory comment for Ingrid Wallin Holt.
Jan 31, 2022 at 5:32 PM

I have known Ingrid since the 6th grade. She lived near me, as did Guane Holt and his family. My deepest condolences to Ingrid's familty.  She always was very kind to everyone and a truly nice person.


Mitchell Goldberg has left an In Memory comment for Jerry B. Collins.
Jan 29, 2022 at 3:30 PM

Condolences go out to Jerry's family and friends. We were old friends going back to our homeroom and as teammates on the Woodward baseball team. Years later, I received a call from Stan Mathews inviting me to join the Kenwood Baptist Church softball team. The team included Jerry, Stan, and Bill Schlesinger. We had a great time. I told the guys that I would bring the Old Testament to the games so that I could prey for a hit. Jerry and I lost touch with each other, but we did see each other at the reunions and later when he became an Uber driver. He called me last year after Hazel Goldberg requested that he contact me. He called me to cheer me up during my recovery from COVID. It was really great to talk with him and share our past times. I remember that I used to see Jerry a lot after he started dating Gail Combs who lived down the street from me. He would always stop and chat with me before and after he was visiting his future wife. I know Jerry will be deeply missed by his best friends: Herb Margolis (my fraternity brother); Bill Stewart (my teammate on the Bond Hill-Roselawn Bearcats, our pee wee football team); and Stan Mathews (also on that team and my law school classmate.  Mitch Goldberg 



Mitchell Goldberg added a comment on Profile.
Aug 02, 2021 at 10:27 AM
May 17, 2021 at 11:27 AM

Happy Birthday old friend. I remember shooting baskets at your house, and playing tackle football at Roselawn school with you, Steve Schwartz and Tommy Gildenblatt.

May 08, 2021 at 11:17 AM

Happy Birthday Big Guy. We sure had a great time together back in the day.

Apr 06, 2020 at 9:45 AM

Congratulations to my life long friend (6th grade). I have been calling Patti and leaving her messages so I hope everything is OK. I just have her home phone number. Please call me if you see this comment. Mitch

Mitchell Goldberg has left an In Memory comment for Profile.
Oct 02, 2019 at 12:33 PM

John was a great guy.  He sat behind me in Mr. Sanger's American History class and we quickly became friends.  We "cut-up" together during the class.  He was a really good athlete.  He was a running back on the reserve team, but he could have started on the varsity teams in most of the high school teams in Cincinnati.  I was told (by Eddie Southard) that John acted as a coach for the varsity team because he knew the plays better than the other players.  RIP

Mitchell Goldberg added a comment on Profile.
Apr 24, 2018 at 10:00 AM
May 04, 2017 at 8:06 AM

My old friend, with a big heart. Fond memories of the fun fraternity parties. Happy Birthday, Mitch