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Lynn Goodman

Passed 01/09/2021

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Obituary For Lynn Goodman

Lynn Goodman 67, of Halifax Nova Scotia, passed away peacefully at home surrounded with her family by her side.

Born, in Halifax, she was the daughter of the late Arthur & Theresa (Albert) Kemp. Lynn was known by friends and family to always have a smile, make people laugh and to be the queen of a dance floor. Lynn was an avid shopper with a jewelry collection fit for a princess. As a long time member of the Purcell’s Cove Club, Lynn made many lifelong friends.

Lynn held many cleaning jobs one of which was at Armbrae Academy, where she loved watching the students grow over the years. Some of who still kept in touch.

Lynn is survived by her loving husband of 50 years Glen, Daughter Angela (Stanley MacLeod) Son Glen (Shirley Drysdale) Granddaughters, Jody-Lynn, Jenna (Jamie Dorey) Jillian (Michael Googoo) as well as 2 beautiful great grand children Levi and Lenna; Brother Eddie (Margie), Sister Joan Forbes (Roy: deceased), Brother David (Marie) and Sister Judy Fields (Gary) plus many nieces and nephews.

Lynn will be missed by all that knew her.

The family would like to extend special thanks to Dr. Anna Newman, VON and palliative care. As well a special thank you to Shirley Drysdale for being so thoughtful, compassionate and caring.

Cremation has taken place and services have been entrusted to Donald K Walker Funeral Directors.

A celebration of life will be planned for a future date.

Donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society or Souls Harbor Mission

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  • Glen, Angela, and Glen Jr, My condolences to you all with the loss of a wife, mother, and friend. It was a pleasure to get to know Lynn over the years in my practice and I am sorry that her life had to end so soon. I am so sorry for your loss.

  • Glen & Family, Jamie and I wish to extend our heartfelt condolences to you during this difficult time. We both worked with Lynn at Armbrae and cherish our memories of her. She had an amazing way of knowing where every child was on the playground and kept them all on time for their various activities as she called them up from play . She always had a smile, a fabulous pair of earrings and a contagious laugh. Thinking of you all, Margo and Jamie Langille

  • Glen, sending along my most sincere condolences to you and your family. Lynn was a wonderful person - her presence in the halls of Armbrae is a memory that I will always have of her. She (and you) took such good care of all of us, staff and students, as well as keeping the school in tip-top shape, Thinking of you at this difficult time.

  • Mrs.Goodman was a very special lady. Early mornings and late afternoons she was a constant in my childhood at Armbrae and I remember her fondly. My sincere condolences to Mr.Goodman and their family.

  • Glen and family:I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts are with you. Nancy and Joe

  • I remember the first day I met Lyn. I came out of my bedroom to find this woman standing over my daughter Jennifer swinging in her swing a matic talking to her, that was over 40 years ago and we remained friends to this day Love and miss you ❤❤

  • Glen an Family, I am so sorry for your Loss, had many good laughs with Lynn at the Club . Going to be missed by all. My Condolences To The Family ❤️ Donna

  • Glen and family, sorry to hear of Lynn's passing. I remember her as being very kind at Dad's funeral. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Kelly and Ross

  • Glen & Family, we are so sorry to hear of the passing of Lynn. I remember her as a very caring person . I'm sorry we lost touch after dad passed, we would have liked to have spent more time with you and your family. Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers. Kim & Ron

  • Glen, Angela and Glen, I was so shocked to see Lynn's picture in today's paper. I cannot say enough about how sorry I am to hear of her passing. Glen, we had so many good times back when the kids were all small (even before the kids were born). Lynn was always there for her family and if you were a friend of hers, she stood by you at all times. As we drifted apart over the 60 years or so, when ever we saw each other, it was just as if we had seen each other the day before. My sincerest condolences to all of you including your precious children and grandchildren. Hug each other a little tighter. Lynn always did, with a big grin and loving words. She did love her ear-rings as long as I knew her, that was Lynn's legacy. Rest in Peace my friend....sing as loud with the Angels as you used to in the car. Judy & Family

  • so sorry to hear the passing of Lynn a close friend for over 50 years Lynn was a very caring and Loveable beautiful Lady who would do any thing she could to help Gary and myself will miss Lynn so much God Bless all the family at this sad time Love xo Gary and Madelyn Conway

  • We're so very sorry to hear of Lynn's passing. A wonderful lady taken much too soon. God bless you all

  • Ralph and I send our deepest condolences to the family, she will be sadly missed by all who knew her.

  • My dearest life time friend for 56 yrs, i will always have you next to my heart. We had so many good times together laughing, dancing, having a few drinks staying for the night either at my home or the school where Lynn and Glen worked. I can't believe she's gone Lynn was a very caring,,loving, kind person and would do anything for anyone always there to help. Love you my beautiful life time friend i'am going to miss you for ever. RIP my dear friend Lynn Goodman, condolence to her family. XOXO

  • I am so sorry to hear of Lynn's passing. Lynn was here when I first started my career at Armbrae. She was loved by students and staff.

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