Let the memory of Herbert be with us forever
  • 93 years old
  • Born on August 21, 1917 .
  • Passed away on February 7, 2011 .

This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Herbert Goodrick who was born on August 21, 1917 and passed away on February 7, 2011. We will remember him forever.

Posted by Marcia Womack on 23rd August 2014
Memories of you get sweeter with every day. I feel so blessed to be able to call you my daddy. What an awesome example of God you were to me. I love you!
Posted by Rhonda Petty on 4th April 2014
You will always be my Sunshine PaPa - You became Travis' best buddy. I will always remember our Friday evenings spent visiting you and Grandma. Both of my favorite boys ( you and Trav) would have your rootbeer floats. wonderful memories and time I wish we had back. I love you and can't wait to receive a hug from you again! See you soon.
Posted by Marcia Womack on 8th February 2013
I still see that sweet sweet smile in my mind. I still hear you telling me I need the to study history in order to better understand the Word of God. :-) Your influence will always be with us & the love of God that you showed us will be forever cherished. Your 2nd year with the Lord. Lucky you.
Posted by Marcia Womack on 7th February 2012
I hope I will never forget the sound of his voice. A year seems like such a long time, but it's cool to know that time is not a factor where he is. I sometimes wish I could just have a glimpse to see how happy they are. Someday I'll see. Love you Daddy..
Posted by Theresa Crawford on 3rd February 2012
This would always make me laugh, I would purposely pretend I was going to pick his roses just to hear and see his reaction, and he would put a lot of drama in to it " Don't you pick my roses!" just to try and scare me, and then he would let out the sweetest big smile....Miss you Papa
Posted by Marcia Womack on 25th August 2011
Last Sunday Daddy celebrated the happiest birthday ever. He's at home with the Lord that he loved & served. I miss him every day. God truly bless us with his life.
Posted by Cherie Reiche on 10th February 2011
I remember many fond things about Grandpa and Grandma Goodrick, but specifically how Grandpa always treated Grandma so gently and kindly. He always helped in the kitchen and did such a great job! His pancakes were the best and that pancake and jam morning breakfast was so wonderful. He served the Lord and it showed in his daily demeanor. We will see him again in Heaven and that's a comfort.
Posted by Marcia Womack on 9th February 2011
Love was truly his character. We rejoice that he finished his race & we are blessed to know where he made his eternal home. I love the picture where he is singing to sweet baby Emma. We know the song he was singing, and she was loving it just as we all did. He was my mentor, my protector, and the best Dad anyone could have. We will miss him. Thanks Misty for this beautiful memory.

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