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Johnny  Goodman

Johnny Leroy Goodman

Monday, December 23rd, 1940 - Thursday, April 15th, 2021
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On April 15th the Goodman children lost their father Johnny L. Goodman. Johnny was born to Molly and John Goodman on December 23, 1940 in Billings, Montana.

Johnny was raised and went to school in Billings. He graduated from Senior High School.

Johnny was an avid fisherman, hunter and lover of the great outdoors. Who also enjoyed cruising the town with his buddies. It was while burning the point in Laurel that he met the love of his life, Rosa Lee Olson.
Johnny and Rosie were married on September 2, 1960 and were blessed with 3 intelligent, well behaved, mild mannered, and amazing children.

Johnny started his career at Montana Dakota Utilities as a dispatcher, where he moved through the ranks retiring in 1996 as Laurel’s District Manager. It is at MDU where Johnny created many life- long friends who also enjoyed his zest for classic cars, a cold beer, and a great Christmas tree adventure.

Johnny was preceded in death by his beloved Rosie, his parents John and Molly, his sister Virginia and her husband Russell, and In-laws Ila and Ken.

Johnny is survived by his sister Caroline, brother Jim, sister-in-law Betty, several nephews & nieces, and brother-in law, Ken & Peg. His 3 children; Jody and Kathy (Nauman), Stephanie Goodman, and Michelle and Harry (Bowers). His Grandchildren Brandy and Nicolas (Metzger) and Brookie Goodman and Dexter Trask. Last be not least, his sweet bundle of joy Great- Granddaughter Lena Mae…

It is our wish that dad is remembered as we will remember him; a stubborn German with a quick wit who enjoyed a good prank, sharing stories of his days fishing and hunting, along with outings with his family and friends. He had a very unique vocabulary “Went to K-Marks, ran into my Cousant and we visited about the good ole’days, the state of the world with Covius, and Govenor Gregenfront ahh whatever the heck his name is, then I finished my outing with a quick to trip Loels”. Dad gave the best hugs which he shared often and with many. He was Uncle Johnny to most but Gramps to special few. Dad could not walk and chew gum at the same time but boy oh boy could that man hum!

Johnny’s children are respecting his wishes by not holding a service; however, they will be taking him to rest with Rosie under the pine trees at Hebgan Lake.

In lieu of flowers or a memorial we ask that you extend a Johnny Bear Hug to your loved ones and cherish each day.
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Alice Blasdel

Posted at 11:40am
I remember all the times your family spent in the Flathead in the summer. Each time all of you came to the restaurant
to have dinner. Johnny was a lover of people and of his family. He enjoyed having time with each of you and you are blessed to
have had wonderful parents who gave you morals, values and the love of our Lord and Savior. Blessing to all of you.
Cousin Alice (Bangert) Blasdel

Paula Binstock

Posted at 07:50pm
My heartfelt condolences to Jody, Steph and Michelle and all of your families. Our many vacations spent at Hebgan Lake and Island Lake were some of the best times I remember. Your Dad and Uncle John were the best story tellers. So much laughter and fun with a good prank or tease around the corner. I will remember my Cousin Johnny for his great sense of humor, his big laugh, always smiling and yes, for his great big hugs whenever I would see him. I was thinking of him last week and now I know why. I know how much you all will miss him. I will remember all those good times when I think of him and just how lucky we are to have them. Your folks are together again and I can only imagine how much fishing is going on right now with all of our folks. Much love, hugs and blessings to you all......Paula Binstock

Kathy Crocker & Terin Hibl

Posted at 01:51pm
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