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Doris Holiman Goodson passed away on February 6, 2021 in San Angelo.
Graveside services will be held on Tuesday, February 16, 2021 at 10:00 AM at Fairmount Cemetery in San Angelo. Pastor Joel Moore of First Presbyterian Church will officiate. Arrangements are by Robert Massie Funeral Home.
She was born May 3, 1926 to her parents, Horace and Mabel Holiman, at their residence,
23 S. Park in San Angelo. Doris graduated from San Angelo High School and attended the University of Texas during World War II. She was a member of Alpha Chi Omega sorority at UT. Doris worked at both Mathis Field AFB and Goodfellow AFB for several years. After marriage and motherhood, she was a Brownie & Girl Scout Leader, a Cub Scout Leader, and assisted with Vacation Bible School. Later Doris started working at Central High School as Assistant Registrar and Bookkeeper where teenage students started calling her “Miz G”. Ten years later, she bought a Ladies Retail Clothing Store and named it “Miz G”. She enjoyed many years of playing bridge with several groups of ladies. Doris is a member of the First Presbyterian Church.
Doris was preceded in death by her parents, her sister Elyon Holiman Hanson and husband Bill Hanson.
She is survived by her three precious children and their families: daughter, Glee Montgomery (Sully) of Ballinger, son, Guy Goodson (Kimberly) of Beaumont, and son, Gill Goodson (Debbie) of Montgomery; her grandchildren, Devon Diaz (Joe), Derek Darby (Crystin), Molly Goodson, Will Goodson (Amy), Erin Brown (Ray), and Clay Goodson; her great-grandchildren, Ayla & Charley Jane Diaz, Davis, Mary Cathryn, & Madelyn Darby, Hamp & Tucker Goodson, and Briley, Kaylen, & Ellie Brown; her nephew, Horace Hanson (Cheryl) and Niece, Sherry Hinnant (Ray) and their families.
Doris said, “Things to Always Remember Daily”:
Laughter is the best medicine; Smiles make life so much better; Patience is a virtue.
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