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Don Goodrich

Don Wayne Goodrich

Tuesday June 11, 1929 - Sunday April 5, 2020
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Marlow: Don Wayne Goodrich, passed away Sunday, April 5, 2020 at Duncan, at the age of 90.

Don Wayne Goodrich was born on his grandparents farm east of Marlow, Oklahoma on June 11, 1929. He was welcomed into the family by his parents, Gertie (Byrd) Goodrich and Kenneth Dale Goodrich. He attended school in Marlow graduating with the Class of 1947. Don could tell many tales of his participation in track, football and basketball. He served in the United States Air Force from 1950 to 1954. Don was stationed on Iwo Jima and at Tyndall Base in Florida. Returning to Marlow, he worked at Halliburton. On June 8, 1956, Don married the former Gwen Gayle Pollard. This year would have been their 64th wedding anniversary. In 1957, he was employed by Security Rock Bits of Dresser Industries, spending time in Duncan, Oklahoma, Pampa, Texas and Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Retiring in 1985, Don returned to the farm where he was born to raise cattle and enjoy the country life by fishing, playing golf and bird watching. He and Gwen spent many trips traveling the United States and Europe.

He is preceded in death by his parents and sister, Lois Lee Goodrich Bell.

He is survived by his wife, Gwen, of home. Daughters DeDe Hall (Steve) of Yukon, Lisa Kimbrough (Mike) of Marlow and son Ken Goodrich (Luvenia) of Edmond. Four grandsons, Adam Hall (Erin) of Yukon, Ray Alan Kimbrough of Yukon, Tyler Goodrich (Karen) of Edmond and Sam Kimbrough of Columbia, South Carolina, as well as one granddaughter Megan Goodrich of Edmond. Great-grandchildren are Allie Hall of Yukon, Weston New of Edmond and Jackson Goodrich of Edmond.

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2 trees have been planted in memory of Don Wayne Goodrich
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Maryanna and Steve Karr, Michelle and Aidan Ferguson

Posted at 03:07pm
With love and hugs,
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Ken Goodrich Posted at 07:21pm

Thank to you guys for your thoughtfulness. My dad cherished you and had many memories of the both of you. May the tree grow as big and strong as Don was in life!
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Joe Lewis

Posted at 05:10pm
Have a great trip Uncle Don! I love you and will miss you terribly. Tell Granny and Mom I said hello and send my love.
 
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Ken Goodrich Posted at 07:16pm

Thank you Joe Wayne. He always had a special place in his heart for you and loved your phone calls and visits to the farm
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Megan Goodrich

Posted at 07:16pm
You lit up the room every time you were in it. Im going to miss your kisses on my cheek and the countless bear hugs. I miss you already, Grandpa.
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Beverly Byrd McCown Posted at 05:08pm

Gwen so sorry. We will keep you in our prayers. Bob and Beverly Byrd McCown
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