Jack S. Goodridge 03-1990 Submitted by: Tim Dotterer
The funeral for Jack S. Goodridge, 67, was at 2 PM Wednesday at the First United Methodist Church with Lanny W. Jobe officiating. Burial was in Cherokee Municipal Cemetery directed by Goodwin Funeral Home. He died March 5, 1990, at Alfalfa County Hospital.
He was born March 5, 1923, in Wewoka to James and Gertrude Haney Goodridge. He grew up and attended schools in Wewoka.
After high school, he served in the U.S. Army from April 3, 1939, to July 25, 1945. He returned to Wewoka where he married Elsie Drake on January 4, 1947. They lived in several states before moving to Cherokee in 1964.
Goodridge worked in construction until 1970 when he retired for health reasons. He was a member of the Church of Christ.
Survivors include his wife; three sons, Jack and Donnie of Cherokee and Jim of Greeley, Colorado; a daughter, Diane Pearce of Cherokee and eight grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his parents, three brothers and three sisters.
An Alva Church of Christ Bible Chair will be endowed in his name. Contributions may be sent to the funeral home.
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