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Jonathon Keith Goodman, Sr.
December 28, 1967 ~ April 21, 2020 (age 52) 52 Years Old
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Jonathon Keith Goodman Sr. 52, beloved friend to all, was called to his eternal resting place on April 21, 2020. Born on December 28, 1967 in Childress, TX, to Florence (Pat) Kennedy Washington and the late Leroy (Bud) Goodman.
Keith married his loving and devoted wife Kimberly Pride on June 27, 2015.
Keith graduated from Palo Duro High School in 1987. For the past 14 years he was employed as a Correctional Officer with the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, starting at the Nathaniel J. Neal Unit and later transferring to the William P. Clements Unit.
He preceded in death by his father; Leroy (Bud) Goodman, sister; Alisa Pauls, aunts; Molly Flowers.
He leaves to cherish his memories his wife; Kimberly of Amarillo, mother; Pat of Arlington, four sons; Ka'Joshua Goodman of Tacoma, WA, Jonathon Goodman, Jr. of Las Vegas, NV, and Joshua and Izak Goodman of Amarillo, two daughters; Megan (Ladai) Carter of Lubbock and Morgan Goodman of Amarillo, brother; Kevin Goodman of Arlington, Patrick Washington of Arlington, five sisters; Tisha Goodman of Forest Hill, Donna Thompson of Waynesville, MO, the late Alisa Pauls, Claudia Friar of Amarillo, and Gwendlyn Nickerson of Amarillo, Mother-in-law; Ruby Smith of Amarillo, aunt; Shirley Cornish, one uncle; John Henry Kennedy of Hollis, OK, four grandkids; JaVance, Ladai Jr. and Malaiyah of Lubbock; Ka'Mya of Amarillo. Special friends Kelsie Baker of Amarillo, William Thomas of Reading, PA, Antonio Arenas of Corpus Christi, and Christopher Gaffney of Fort Worth and a host of relatives and friends.