Born On: December 11, 1942

Passed On: February 22, 2019

Jack Goodman

Jack Goodman age 76 was born on December 11, 1942 in Muskegon to the late Virgil and Loretta Goodman. Jack is survived by his wife of nearly 54 years, Barbara; two sons, Randy Arman and Jack (Danielle) Goodman; grandchildren, Nathan, Hannah, Christine and RJ; three sisters, Frances Wilkinson, Helen Johnson and Becky (Rod) Puehler.  Along with his parents he was preceded in death by a daughter, Cheryle Goodman; five siblings, Betty (Carl) Gerggren, Emma (Al) VanBrocklin, Estelle (Ernest) Sherrell, Mary Maycroft and William Goodman; brothers-in-law, Darold Wilkinson and Wallace Johnson.  Jack loved to play the piano and organ.  He enjoyed both arts and crafts.  According to his wishes cremation has taken place and a Memorial Service time is pending.  In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be directed to the family in care of Shoreline Memorial Services or https://www.gofundme.com/jack-goodman-sr039s-memorial

ARRANGEMENTS BY SHORELINE MEMORIAL SERVICES, MUSKEGON (231)-722-5050

9 thoughts on “Jack Goodman

  1. Jacie,Tom,and Teddy too

    Farewell #17
    I write today to honer a dear and gentle man, The kind most would like to be, but somehow never can
    He was a special personality, so filled with genuine love
    A heart truly full of what God would like to see more of
    We’ve known Jack & Barb through the auction we attended
    It’s been such a pleasure knowing them,as the couple we befriended
    But the time has come and the call from God beckoned Jack to pastures green .YOU, sweet, kind,dear,man will be sadly missed
    Paddle #17
    From all of us at COWBOY JIMS

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  2. Jacie,Tom, and Teddy too

    Farewell#17
    I write today to honor,A dear & gentleman
    The kind most would like to be,but somehow never can
    He was a special personality,so filled with genuine love
    A heart truly full of what God would !like to see more of
    We’ve known Barb&Jack for many years through the auction we attended
    Its been such a pleasure knowing them, as the couple we befriended
    But the time has come & the call from God
    Beckoned Jack to pastures green
    YOU, dear,sweet,kind man will be sadly missed
    Paddle #17

    From all of us at Cowboy Jims

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  3. Barbara Goodman

    To my wonderful husband i wont say good bye. Because soon i know we will be in each other’s arms. From your loving wife barb.

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  4. Roxanne

    It seems so odd and empty being at pop’s and moms as ( jack and barb) and dad not sitting at the table working on crafts, or sitting in his recliner watching a ball game . He will be greatly missed. Moms heart will be broken along with his children and grandchildren but we all know he isnt suffering anymore . My prayers go out to his family.

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  5. Jack Goodman

    Dad I know you have went away but you are not gone. I know every time Michigan plays Michigan State in football I will think of you. Thank you for never missing one of my games even when I became an adult you still showed up to every flag football games ringing that ridiculous cow Bell. I will miss you. Love your son Jack L Goodman

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  6. Todd and Carl'a Stevens

    Barb, Jack, Dani, Randy and kids…
    May the Lord fill your grief with memories of joy and we are praying He will carry you through the days ahead and comfort you through your sadness. Rejoicing with you in knowing that Jack knew our Savior and is now worshipping the Lord in his perfect and new heavenly body. Thinking of you all in prayers and love. ~Todd and Carl’a Stevens

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