Haverstraw’s David Goldwasser used to call his only child, Marisa, a miracle baby. His wife, Sharon, finally got pregnant after several miscarriages, and when Marisa was born, she was six weeks premature. Despite their early worries, she grew up to be a varsity athlete and a stellar student, topped with a sunny disposition.
Dr. Mitchell Cairo and the Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation announces that David Goldwasser has been named the 2015 Dream Big Award Recipient for his dedication and support for PCRF in the fight for pediatric cancer research. Dave will be honored at the 8th Annual PCRF Dream. Discover. Cure. Golf Tournament to be held on July … Continue reading David Goldwasser Named 2015 Dream Big Award Recipient
David Goldwasser suffered a tragedy, but when he sat down to write, typed out a sci-fi fantasy. The result was “Portals,” an epic fantasy novel inspired by the Bronx native’s daughter, Marisa, and written after she — and his wife — died. About a girl named Lissa who discovers she has magical powers while lying … Continue reading NY Daily News: With the new fantasy novel ‘Portals,’ Bronx native David Goldwasser keeps a promise he made to his dead daughter