The remains of Utah Army reservist Sgt. David J. Goldberg, who was killed while serving in Qayyarah, Iraq, arrived home Wednesday night. Goldberg's body was accompanied by his friend, Staff Sgt. Perry Owen.
    The 20-year-old Layton man was killed by a gunshot wound to his upper chest in what the Army has described as a "nonhostile incident," which is under investigation.
    Interment is scheduled for Friday after a private funeral service in Salt Lake City. Public memorial services are scheduled for Saturday at the First Assembly of God chapel, 2352 E. Highway 193 in Layton, at 2 p.m.
    He is survived by his wife of nine months, Sarah Goldberg of Salt Lake City, parents Chuck and Dolly Goldberg and siblings Kevin, 18, Danny, 15, and Emily, 12, of Layton.
    Goldberg had been promoted from specialist to sergeant days before his death but a formal ceremony had not been conducted. He will be accorded that honor posthumously, as well as being awarded the Army's Bronze Star, Meritorious Service Medal and Army Commendation Medal for his performance in the Persian Gulf in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.