Kenneth Marston Good
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Good, Kenneth Marston Passed away Saturday, August 13, 2011 at Baylor Hospital in Dallas, Texas from complications arising from Leukemia. He was well loved and will be missed by his family and friends. Mr. Good was born on August 3, 1944 in Wichita, Kansas, the son of Forest and Ruby Dee Good. He graduated from SMU with a master's degree in real estate finance and started his career with Henry S. Miller Commercial in Dallas. As a young boy, he for-told his own future when he hand-crafted his own monopoly set. He completed his first major development transaction at the young age of 22 and through-out his life was responsible for major developments in Dallas, Denver, and Tampa. Ken was extremely well known for his amazing vision when it came to real estate and his ability to structure seemingly impossible deals. Always the optimist, he was a master of the art of the deal. As a person, he was known for his patience, his generosity, and his persistance. Mr. Good is survived by his wife, Carmen Good, his children, Ken Jr., Lily, Tiffany, and Tony, grandchildren, Eric, Jacob, Lauren, and Faith, his brother Wally Good, and his sister, Ernestine Holmes. He was a spectacular father that will be missed dearly by all four of his children. Visitation will be held from 6-8 p.m., Tuesday, August 16, 2011. Services will be held Wednesday, August 17, 2011 at 3:30pm at the Restland Memorial Chapel, 13005 Greenville Ave., Dallas, TX 75243. In lieu of flowers, the family has requested that honorary donations be made to the Charles A. Sammons Baylor Cancer Center, 3535 Worth St., Dallas, TX 75246.




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Published in Dallas Morning News from Aug. 16 to Aug. 17, 2011.
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August 21, 2011
Nancy Reed
August 17, 2011
Carmen, my heart hurts for you my beautiful friend. I am praying for God to lift your spirit & began healing your heart. Ken lived his life knowing that great love & great achievements involved great risk. I'm forever grateful for becoming a part of your lives. Much love
Jackie Perry
August 17, 2011
Dear Carmen,

Our deepest condolences and prayers for you, Tony and the family. May you and the family be surrounded by God's Light, hope and courage. May you receive healing at this difficult time.
With Love,
Marja and Alexander Rom
August 16, 2011
Carmen, our family extends our hearts and prayers to you, your family, and to Ken's family. We will always remember your personal support and kindness to our family when we were grieving, and we wish to do the same to support you.
Glenda and Dannie Heil
August 16, 2011
Carmen and Ken, Your families have been in our prayers for several weeks ever since we heard Ken was fighting the luekemia battle. He was a great guy and will be missed by so many including us. We will be with you in Spirit Wednesday, and we offer any help we might be able to provide to any of you. Fonday, Carol and Jerry Donahue
Carol and Jerry Donahue
August 16, 2011
Carmen, I am so sorry for Ken's passing and for the deep loss you and the kids and family are going through. I send you upliting feelings of love and lots of hugs. My heart goes out to you all.
Sheila Riddle
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