Robert Frederick Good

Obituary of Robert Frederick Good

Life Legacy Robert Frederick “Bob” Good, Jr., born in 1951, passed unexpectedly at home June 1. A 1974 graduate of Lehigh University in Bethlehem, PA with 30 years of service with the Johnson & Johnson family of companies in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, California and Texas. The past 3 years were as a project manager for Aid Matrix, a non-profit company providing logistical support for various charities. Music was his passion throughout his life playing trumpet in the White’s Chapel Orchestra and was often quoted as saying “I never met a flugelhorn I didn’t like!” Generous in death as he was in life, he was an organ donor. Devoted husband to Laurie Aulenbach Good for thirty years and father extraordinaire to Alex and Dan, he was a supportive counselor to his extended family. Preceded by his father Robert Frederick Good and survived by mother M. Jean Good of Royersford, PA, sisters Carol Wyman wife of Lou Wyman of Maryland and Polly Good of Maryland and brother Timothy husband of Faith Good also of Royersford and nieces and nephews Meredith and Logan Wyman and Max and Marisa Good with a special nod to his honorary kids: Chris Powers, Paige Hoster and Hunter & PJ Schnieder. A Celebration of Life will be held Saturday June 8 at White’s Chapel United Methodist Church, South Lake, Texas, Dr. John McKellar officiating with Reverend Betsy Godbold assisting. Memorials may be directed to the Tarrant Area Food Bank, 2600 Cullent St, Fort Worth, Texas, 76107-1302.
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