Obituary of Azim Stephen Goldrick
Canaan, NY - Azim Stephen Goldrick, long-time resident of Canaan, NY died on March 17, 2016 at the home of friends in New Lebanon, NY after a brief illness. He was a devoted Buddhist practitioner, participant in sweat lodges at Spirit Hollow in Bennington, VT, a dedicated member of the Sufi Community at the Abode of the Message in New Lebanon, NY, an accomplished musician and active member of the Chatham, NY community. He will be remembered for offering a helping hand, a kind word, and wise advice to his friends, the various communities in which he participated, and everyone whom he met. The community at the Abode of the Message saw him in many roles: farm manager, cook, repairman par excellence, and community conscience. The Chatham community will remember Azim as a charter member of the Chatham Peace Initiative and veteran of many peace vigils. He played guitar at many open mics in and around Chatham and Hudson, NY, and Great Barrington, MA, and volunteered as an usher for many years at the Egg in Albany, NY. Goldrick is survived by his brothers Matt (Theresa), Tony (Terry), and Richard (Nim) and his sisters Corinne Fischer (Ray) and Lisa, many beloved nieces and nephews, and countless friends. He was pre-deceased by his brother, Kerry (Cheri). A memorial service will take place at the Abode of the Message, 5 Abode Road, New Lebanon, NY on a date to be determined. Please visit caringbridge.org/visit/AzimGoldrick for more information. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to The Hope Project (PO Box 657, New Lebanon NY 12125), a service project in New Delhi, India that Azim visited and supported, or your favorite charity.To plant a beautiful memorial tree in memory of Azim Goldrick, please visit our Tree Store
Memorial Service at a Later Date:
A memorial service will take place at the Abode of the Message, 5 Abode Road, New Lebanon, NY on a date to be determined. Please visit: caringbridge.org/visit/AzimGoldrick for more information.
Memorial donations in lieu of flowers:
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to: The Hope Project P.O. Box 657, New Lebanon NY 12125 A service project in New Delhi, India that Azim visited and supported, or your favorite charity.