Jun 24, 2014 - StaffDonna R. Goodman died Saturday, June 21, 2014, in Casper. She was 71 years old.
Funeral services were at 10 a.m. Friday, June 27, at St. Stephen's Catholic Church with Father Phil Wagner officiating. Interment followed at Arapaho Catholic Cemetery in St. Stephen's. A rosary was Thursday, June 26, at Great Plains Hall with a wake following at 1613 17 Mile Road.
Donna Ree Goodman was born Nov. 23, 1942, in Denver, the daughter of William L. and Ione J. (Hattan) Lonebear.
She attended St. Stephen's and St. Francis Boarding School in South Dakota.
On June 14, 1962, she married John Richard Goodman in St. Stephen's.
She worked as a homemaker and in the restaurant business and hotels.
Her family said she enjoyed going to the casino, bingo, spending time with family and friends and watching her soap operas. She also enjoyed cookouts, fixing up her home inside and outside, camping and decorating her yard for the holidays.
She is survived by her children, James Goodman, Darrell (Cami) Goodman, Andre Goodman, Becky Kuka, Brenda Goodman, Elizabeth (Shawn) Antelope, Arlene Goodman and Leslie (Doug) Big Medicine; brothers Darrell (Pam) Lonebear Sr., Ben Brown Sr., David (Francine) Lonebear Sr. and Michael Blackburn; sisters Charlott Lonedog, Violet Lonebear, Lynda Noah, Melody Spoonhunter, Debra Jenkins and Rose Lonebear; grandchildren Jolene Brown, Edward (Lina) Raigosa, Lenny (Samantha) Raigosa, Therese (Johnny) Roberts, Travis Warren, Mallorie (Brett) Martel, Jamie Goodman, James (Jae Shawna) Goodman Jr., John Goodman, Margarett Goodman, Winn Goodman, Misty Duran, Tashina Goodman, Nicole (Joshua) Rosenberger, Winterhawk Goodman, Darion SunRhodes and Daelynn SunRhodes; 26 great-grandchildren; extended families Browns, Lonebears, Littleshields, C'Bearings, Lonedogs, Deweys, Felters and Willows; special friends Ms. Miller, Ms. Sky, Ms. Nygeny and Ms. LaBlanc from Carswell, Fort Worth, Texas.
She was preceded in death by her husband; parents; siblings Howard Brown, Richard "Poncho" Lonedog and Jenny Foote; grandchildren Theodore Raigosa and Camille Goodman; sons Steve L. Moss and Lloyd Wallowingbull; great-grandchildren Carlos Goodman, Darrell J. Hanway. Bryan Jenkins and Winter Rose Jenkins; and son-in-law John Kuka.
Arrangements are under the direction of Davis Funeral Home of Riverton. Online condolences may be left at www.thedavisfuneralhome.com.
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