Adrienne Lee Gofroth passed away peacefully on JUly 28, 2021, shortly after a battle with multiple strokes and pneumonia.
She was an amazing, dedicated wife, mother and Mema. She may have been small in size but her heart was huge. She would help anyone in need at anytime, anywhere. Big or small she was there to help.
She was born in Germany and adopted in Anchorage by Dean and Audery Springer and lived in Alaska most of her life. She traveled the world with her dad as he started one of the first electrical stores in Anchorage, Sunrise Electric, along with Sunrise distributing. In the fall of 1971 she married the love of her life Donald Goforth. After moving to Montana for a short time moving back to Soldotna Alaska where she worked as a housekeeping manager for Mykle's restaurant and retired briefly there.
Adrienne, being the busy body hard worker she was, she could not stay sitting for very long. She would help friends do odds and ends. On her off time she loved spending as much time as she could with her family, which she loved and was equally loved back by. She enjoyed many thing mostly rides in the side by side with friends, going for cruises around the Peninsula in the mustang and taking care of her summer time flowers.
She is survived by: Husband Donald Goforth; Son Bryan Goforth; Daughter-in-law Cindy Goforth; Daughter Christina Morrison; Son-in-law Jay Morrison; Grandchildren Tyler and Katelyn Morrison, Madison and Kennedy Woodland, And BryLee Goforth; Great grandson Jameson Ford; Brother-in-law Bobby Goforth and Sister-in-law Andina Goforth; Aunt Mary Kauf; Stepmother Amy Springer; Stepsister Lian McMillian; Stepbrothers David and Tom McMillian.
Published by Peninsula Clarion on Aug. 8, 2021.