Louise Currie Good
April 7, 1913 - September 8, 2013
Louise C. Good was born in Oklahoma City on April 7, 1913. She married Robert Hefner, Jr., 1934. Louise went to California, with her baby, Robert Hefner III. She worked in more than 50 films and Serials from 1939-1949. She married John M. Haffen, 1940, giving birth to her daughter Sharon Haffen Becket. Later she married John V. Good, 1948, becoming an Interior Decorator and importing Italian Antiques. We will always remember her keen sense of style, elegance, spirit and determination. Louise will always be an inspiration to her family and friends. Louise is survived by her son Robert Hefner III, her daughter Sharon Becket, her step-son Allen Good, her step-daughter Chris Abel and many grand and great-grandchildren.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in her memory to The Colleagues Memorial Fund, 3312 Pico Blvd, Santa Monica, CA 90405, Attn: Jane Ackerman OR www.womenheart.org
Published by Los Angeles Times on Sep. 15, 2013.
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I continue to try to live my life with the same verve and enjoyment as Aunt Louise showed us with her wonderful style.
Geoffrey Harding
Family
September 9, 2019
My Aunt Louise was an inspiration for many in our family, she had a great sense of style and enjoyed having a nice party at her home, I was lucky to spend some time with her in her last decade helping her build a beautiful Resort like home in Puerto Vallarta with Grover Asmus.
Geoffrey Harding
Geoffrey Harding
May 11, 2018
Dear Aunt Louise, I will always cherish the lovely memories of my visits to see you in California. You were wonderfully gracious, elegant, and welcoming, and told such entertaining stories - even an awkward teenager felt witty and grown-up. You will be missed! Love always, Joanne
Joanne Adamkewicz
December 21, 2013
Thank you for all you gave us on the screen. A loving soul that touched so many of us.
Steve Milanesi
September 23, 2013
To My Aunts Family and Friends,
She will be remembered in our harts, with fond memories of laughter, dancing, kindness, and love of life. May all those she has touched through out her time here on this earth keep in their harts love and the joy of living; given to all of us. With much love to those close to her. She will be in my prayers.

Her Nice,

Teresa J. Harding
September 16, 2013
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