copyright © Wartime Heritage Association 2012-2024 Website hosting courtesy of - a company
Wartime Heritage ASSOCIATION
Return To Links
Remembering World War II
George Patrick Ivon Goodin
Name: George Patrick Ivon Goodin (Godin) Rank: Private Service Number: 36529515 Service: F Company, 354th Infantry Regiment, 89th Division, US Army Date of Birth: March 16, 1920 Place of Birth: Halifax, NS Date of Enlistment: September 23, 1942 Age at Enlistment: 22 Place of Enlistment: Unknown Address at Enlistment: Detroit, Michigan Marital Status: Single Height: 5 feet, 7 inches Complexion: Light Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown Date of Death: April 20, 1944 Age: 24 Cemetery: Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan Grave: Section 31, Lot 308, Space 1 George Patrick Ivon Goodin was the son of Joseph Godin (1871-1935) and Adeline (Forest) Godin (1880- 1942). His father was born in Petit Rocher, New Brunswick, Canada; his mother – in Botsford Portage, near Shemogue, NB. George had three brothers, Frank, Edward, and Gerald; and five sisters, Isabella, Alma, Florence, Mary and Ruth. The family immigrated to the US in 1923. In 1930, they were all living at Fischer Avenue in Detroit, Michigan. George applied to become a US citizen March 14, 1941. He registered for the US Draft on Canada Day, July 1, 1941 in Detroit, MI. He was working for A J Spaulding and Brothers. Private George Patrick Goodin died in Clinton, Macomb County, MI, the result of injuries sustained in an auto accident at 4:30 am on April 20, 1944. He was serving with F Company, 354th Infantry Regiment, 89th Division, US Army at the time of his death.
Return To Links
Sources: findagrave