• Merle Hay Funeral Home - Des Moines
    Des Moines, IA
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James D. "Jim" Goodding

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James D. "Jim" Goodding

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September 11, 2013
Good bye, Uncle Jim. Thank you for the lovely memories while visiting at your house. I met the Glenn and Goodding families for the first time as an 18 year-old girl. Patrick and I drove up from Texas for Mary Kay and Chuck's wedding.
September 11, 2013
Rest in peace Jim. Your work is done. Thank you for your support and gifts to Scouting. My sincere condolences to your family.
September 11, 2013
It was an honor to have known you for most of my life. Rest in Peace and tell Grandma and Poppy Hello!
September 11, 2013
Grandpa Jim was my hero when I was a little girl. I loved everything about him. His voice with stubborn certainty, his leather laced shoes, his cigars, his hats...I especially loved being woken up by revelrie blaring up the stairs from his trumpet and taps when we laid down for bed. He took me down to his wood shop and taught me how to make things while the radio sang. I will miss his hugs and kisses, his love for babies, his red shirts and dark brown eyes. He was a chief to me. Nothing less. Love you Gramps. <3. Amy
September 11, 2013
Well done my friend. Well done!
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