Sheldon Good of Revman Passes Away
November 28, 2011,
NEW YORK-Sheldon Good, vice president of merchandising at Revman International, passed away unexpectedly Thanksgiving morning. He was 47.
Good began his career in home furnishings by joining Revman International in 1998 as part of the sales team in the newly launched Tommy Hilfiger Home division. In 2003, he moved to the Revman division as a brand manager and in 2007, he was promoted to vice president of merchandising.
Diane Piemonte, vice president of creative services at Revman, added, "Sheldon's creativity gave him the unique ability to be a bridge between the business side and the design team. He was always able to connect with us and help guide our design efforts to meet the needs of the business. We all feel we have lost a dear friend."
Good is survived by his partner, Willis Goodmoore, and their two children, Tyler and Noah; his sister, Allison Plotkin; and his father, Gilbert Good.
A funeral service will be held today at The Jacob A. Holle Funeral Home, 2122 Millburn Ave., Maplewood, NJ at 8:30 p.m. Visitation will be held today from 6 p.m. until time of service. For more information or to send condolences please visit jacobhollefuneralhome.com. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Family Equality Council (http://www.familyequality.org) or to the Tuscan Elementary School PTA (http://www.tuscanpta.org).
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