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In Memory

Jean (Mitzi) Goodreau

01/31/10 - This information provided by Becky Schultz Kjellsen '64: Mitzi passed away about six years ago in Salem, Oregon.

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03/16/10 11:20 PM #1    

Patti Corcoran (Conner)

I am very sorry to hear that. I remember Mitzi mostly at Gray Jr. High. She was always so friendly and such a pretty girl. I guess in high school we drifted apart. I always was looking for her at the reunions that we did have back then, but never saw her.

05/31/10 03:04 AM #2    

Nancy Hunter (Bowlin/Klinger)

I am also saddened to hear of Mitzi's passing. She was very pretty and quite 'shapely" as I recall . She was always friendly to me and usually wore a smile on her face. I'm wondering if she became ill?

05/24/13 12:30 AM #3    

Jerry Williams

So very sorry to hear this. Mitzi was a great person and a great friend. I wish I had stayed in touch with her, but I lost contact when I was in the USMC  

02/08/15 10:31 AM #4    

Linda Olson (Hurlbut)

Penny Drost ,didn't Mitzi live on the same street you did. I remember she had a cute house. She was very pretty.


02/08/15 05:40 PM #5    

Patty Mears (Ebke)

I was sorry to hear about Mitzi. She lived a few houses down the street from me on Oakes Street. I think she was friends with Pat Moon, who also lived on Oakes St.

02/08/15 06:38 PM #6    

Terry Peters (Clayton)

I had known Mitzi since kindergarten at Edison Elementary and she lived just a few blocks from me.  Her mother, Jean, was friends with my mother.  I had heard that she passed away but didn't know when or under what circumstances.  I'm always saddened to hear of all our classmates who are no longer with us.

02/08/15 09:39 PM #7    

Penny Drost (Drost)

Robbie found Mitzi's obituary from a Salem, Oregon newspaper at Ancestry.com. It did not give a cause of death. Mitzi had a son named Brian Goodreau who survived her. 

02/08/15 11:50 PM #8    

Paula Robinson (Varner)

So sad to  hear this news. It seems we all remember her pretty, laughing and friendly. A very nice way to be remembered although all too soon in life for her to go.

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