Retail veteran Stephen Goldberger, 70
October 25, 2013,
Boston - Hills Department Stores scion and Tiger Group co-founder Stephen Goldberger passed away Oct. 18 at the age of 70.
Goldberger remained a principal at the asset valuation, advisory and disposition services firm until his death. Prior to that, he was a principal and managing director of Gordon Brothers Partners, a Boston-based retail advisory firm. Earlier in his career, Goldberger served as president and ceo of Hills Department Stores, the discount chain founded by his family. He later served as president and coo of Alexander's Department Stores and ceo of Gallery of Gifts Shoppes Inc., which operated under the nameplate Kitchens Etc.
Tiger Group traces its beginnings to 2001and now consists of Tiger Capital Group LLC, Tiger Valuation Services LLC, Tiger Remarketing Services and Tiger/Daley-Hodkin, which was acquired in March 2011.
"Although Steve was a skilled executive, he always considered himself a merchant first," added Tiger managing director Michael McGrail. "He had retail in his blood and understood merchandise better than anyone I have met in the industry. His experience growing up in a retail family gave him a unique ability to understand asset values. I will miss his friendship and wisdom."
Goldberger was pre-deceased by his wife, Randy, and is survived by two children, Abigail Lee Goldberger and Seth Adam Goldberger and his wife, Tracy Rohrbaugh, as well as five grandchildren.
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