Edward (? - 1935)
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----Sources: The Loyal Tribune 02 May 1935
Goodwin, Edward (? - 29 APR 1935)
Edward Goodwin a former resident of Loyal, passed away at his home in Tempe, Arizona, Monday, April 29th. Mr. Goodwin had been in ill health for several years, having been afflicted with asthma and heart trouble.
Mr. and Mrs. Goodwin moved to Arizona in 1928.
----Sources: The Loyal Tribune 16 May 1935 Follow on
Military funeral services for Edward Goodwin were conducted Sunday, May 5, at two o’clock from the Carr Mortuary, Rev. E. Hooper officiated. He was assisted by members of William Bloys, Post 2 American Legion. Interment was at Double Butte Cemetery.
Pall bearers were legionaires John J. Curry, Harry Ellinson, Walter Ehrhardt, Sam Loffiny, August Bour and Ralph Fouler. Taps were sounded at the grave and the firing squad was in charge of the Arizona National Guards.
Edward Goodwin died at the family home, 1104 South Ash Avenue, the 29th day of April. He had been in ill health since his discharge from the army 17 years ago, previous to that time having served 18 months during the world war.
Mr. and Mrs. Goodwin made their home in Tempe, Arizona, going there from Loyal in 1928. He is survived by his widow, Mattie, two sons Ennis and Floyd Clifford, and his father William Goodwin, Loyal, two brothers Ross Goodwin, Whitefish, Montana; Ashley Goodwin, Black River Falls, Wis., one sister, Mrs. Floyd Smith of Loyal, Wisconsin. His mother, two sisters and three brothers preceded him in death.
The Tribune joins the many friends of the deceased in extending their heartfelt sympathy.
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