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William S. and Marian D. Reed GOODWIN

Cherokee Municipal Cemetery

William S. Goodwin
© Alva Review-Courier
Submitted by: Jo Aguirre

Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Aug. 2 at the Cherokee First Baptist Church with Rev. John Havens and the Rev. Tom Cooksey officiating. Burial will be in the Cherokee Municipal Cemetery under the direction of the Goodwin Funeral Home , Anderson - Burris Funeral Home of Enid and Marshall Funeral Home of Alva and Waynoka. Masonic graveside rites will be conducted.

Surviving are his wife, Marian, of the home; four sons: William S. Jr., of Colorado Springs, Colo., Michael R. of Littleton, Colo., Roger D. and Scott K., both of Cherokee, a brother, Robert, of Big Spring, Texas, and three grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by his parents and two granddaughters.

Memorials may be given in his memory to the Pioneer Spirit Foundation for the Cherokee City Cemetery gazebo fund through the funeral home.

Marian D. Goodwin
© Alva Review-Courier
Submitted by: Jo Aguirre

© Alva Review-Courier

Marian D. Goodwin

October 03, 1929 - November 28, 2018

Marian was born October 3rd, 1929, on the family farm in the Shiloh community in Sequoyah County near Sallisaw, Oklahoma, to George Bate Reed and Mellie Elsie Ussrey Reed and died November 28th, 2018, in her home.

She grew up in Sallisaw and graduated from Sallisaw High School on May 23rd, 1947. After graduation she attended Connors State College where she met her future husband, Bill Goodwin. After his graduation they moved to Kansas City, so Bill could attend mortuary school.

In June of 1965 they purchased Hodge-Smith Funeral Home and operated it under Goodwin Funeral Home until 2013. Marian was a very talented Indian artist, receiving 1st place on her Red Earth Dancer at Red Earth 1992. She received a commission from the Garden Clubs of Oklahoma to paint a wildflower design for the State of Oklahoma to be reproduced on T-shirts, tote bags, and note cards sold nationwide. Marian was pleased that one of her paintings, titled "Shawl Dancer," was purchased by Wilma Mankiller, Chief of the Cherokee Nation, who added the work to the collection on display at Indian Health Center in Sallisaw, Oklahoma. Marian was a member of the Cherokee First Baptist Church, Western Band Cherokee Nation, Indian Arts and Crafts Association, Red Hat Society, B&PW, Rebekah's and editor of Our Alfalfa County Heritage book published in 1976.

Surviving are her three sons, William S. Goodwin Jr. and wife Barbara, Michael R. Goodwin, Roger D. Goodwin and wife Karla; a sister Erma Merrill; half-brother, Randall Reed, and two half-sisters, Linda Reed and Donna Reed; four grandchildren, William S. Goodwin III, Mallory Landis and husband Jared, Alexa Goodwin, Macy Goodwin; one great-grandson, Reed Landis; dear friends, Ken and LaWilda Reitz; and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, a brother, two sisters, a son Scott and two granddaughters, Nicole and Abby.

Visitation will be from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday, December 4, 2018, at the Cherokee First Baptist Church. The family will be present to greet friends from 5 to 7 p.m. Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, December 5, 2018, at the Cherokee First Baptist Church, with Pastor Tom Cooksey and Pastor Garry McNeill officiating. Interment will follow in Cherokee Municipal Cemetery under the direction of Pierce Funeral Home, Fairview. Memorial contributions may be made to the Pioneeer Spirit Pocket Park/Marian Goodwin Memorial, with Pierce Funeral Home, Farmers Exchange Bank of Cherokee and Alfalfa County Bank as custodians. Condolences may be made online at www.piercefuneralhomes.com.

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