Jeanne Marie Goodell
Jeanne Marie Goodell

(nee Shipshock) Born to Eternal Life on January 19th 2021 at the age of 69. Preceded in death by her parents - Carl and Gertrude (Weyek) Shipshock. Survived by and sorely missed by her adoring husband Ronald Goodell and her beloved Labrador Retriever Charley. She also leaves behind her loving brother Gary Shipshock, sister in-law Claudia Shipshock, her Uncle Johnny and Aunt Carol Weyek, and many cousins.

Jeanne was a graduate of Divine Savior High School and Marquette University (1973), with a degree in Micro Biology. She spent most of her working career in the Micro Biology Department - over 35 Years - at Columbia/St. Mary's Hospital in Milwaukee. Jeanne was an avid downhill skier who loved fast cars, fishing, golf - and a good game of Sheepshead. She took pride in keeping many memories in her scrapbooks and picture albums, most of which were of her family and great group of friends. Jeanne almost always had a beautiful smile on her face no matter the difficulties she faced and she NEVER complained. She IS and will be dearly missed by her best high school buddies and many friends! A private celebration of Jeanne's life and Memorial Service will be held at Trinity Lutheran Church, Caledonia, Wisconsin. The Memory of Her Love Will Last Forever and See Us Through These Difficult Times!! Memorials suggested to Jeanne's favorite charity, Guide Dogs for the Blind.

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Published by Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on Apr. 11, 2021.
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My thoughts and prayers are with Jeanne's family and friends. I worked with her for 11 years in Microbiology dept. She always had a nice smile on her face. RIP my friend,
Mary Ellen Gardner
April 12, 2021
I worked with Jeanne at Columbia-St. Mary´s and I remember her cheerful, positive outlook. She was always a pleasure to work with. She and her family will be in my prayers.
Rose Marie Hoffmann
April 12, 2021