Stan Good, a prolific songwriter and cartoonist, was best known for the cluttered clock shop he ran for 37 years at the corner of MacDill and Dale Mabry. He died at the shop Saturday at age 67. The native of Cleveland, Ohio, owned many clocks but also had 1,300 mechanical fans. He was in Vietnam as an Army press corps cartoonist when he began repairing clocks for officers.
Published in TBO.com from Oct. 16 to Nov. 15, 2013