Robert Alfred Goodwin, Sr.
November 18, 1938 – January 25, 2023
Robert Alfred Goodwin, Sr, age 84 of Mineral, Died Wednesday January 25, 2023. Robert was a man who loved his family and enjoyed his many friends. He was co-owner of Goodwin Bros. Logging and worked in the lumber business until retirement.
He is survived by his wife, Helen R. Goodwin; two sons, Robert A. Goodwin, Jr., and John W. Goodwin, Sr. and his wife, Crystal B. Goodwin, and two adored and loved grandchildren, Will and Maci Goodwin.
Robert was the son of the late William Allen Goodwin and Clarice Lloyd Goodwin. William Allen Goodwin and Edgar Ware Goodwin preceded their brother in death.
A Memorial service will be held on Saturday, February 11, 2023 at 11:00am at The Holly Grove Fire Department.
In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the Holly Grove Fire Department or Holly Grove Rescue in his memory.
Prayers for family and friends. May your memories comfort you now and in the future.
Rich and Judy Baird
May the Lord give you peace and comfort through the tough days ahead. Cling to all the precious memories. You all are in my thoughts and prayers
Prayers for you Aunt Helen, Bobby and John and family…You are in our hearts and thoughts…!!!
So sorry to hear this.
Prayers to the family at this time
Heartfelt sympathy to family and friends.
Saying and sending up prayers of comfort and peace.
Johnny,Bobby and Mrs. Goodwin, Robert was a great man. He was honest, a hard working family man you can be assured he loved you’ all.. Sending prayers to your family.. Please send my best to your Mom and Family,..
My deepest sympathies and prayers to your family. May God be with you.
Oh my goodness, just came across this, I had no idea. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you, he was an amazing person. You guys were always so sweet and kind to me and the Twins and I always appreciated you. Hugs to you! xoxox
Helen and boys, I was so sorry to learn of Robert’s passing. Have known both of you for so many years and am sending my love and prayers to you all. Robert was a real southern gentleman and will be missed by all that knew him.