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 Ervin Shirley Goodwin

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Ervin Shirley Goodwin

Birth
Kankakee County, Illinois, USA
Death
15 Apr 1937 (aged 67)
Seattle, King County, Washington, USA
Burial
Seattle, King County, Washington, USA
Memorial ID
30249594 View Source

E. S. Goodwin Dies at Home

Funeral arrangements for Ervin S. Goodwin, Seattle business execu­tive were being made today at the Butterworth Funeral Parlors. Mr. Goodwin, 67 years old, died yester­day at his home, 603 13th Ave. N.
Mr. Goodwin was former owner of the Republic Building at Third Avenue and Pike Street and of the Pike Place Market. He also at one time was a vice president of the Seaboard National Bank and was president of the Goodwin Real Estate Company.
He had served as president of the King County Planning Commission and as a member of the city planning board.
Goodwin was a member of the Rainier Golf and Country Club; the Seattle Chamber of Commerce; past master of Arcana Lodge No. 87, Free & Accepted Masons; past wise master of Washington Chapter, Rose Croix; past commander in chef of Lawson Consistory, Scottish Rite; past potentate of Nile Temple of the Shrine, and was a Knight Templar.
Survivors are his widow, Mrs.Eda M. Goodwin; two sons, E. Crawford and John W. Goodwin; two daughters, Mrs. M. A. Tutthill and Mrs. John R. Boiinger, and four brothers, Frank and J. W. Goodwin, Seattle; Benjamin, San Francisco, and George Goodwin, Creai Springs, Ill.
Mr. Goodwin had resided in Seattle since 1900. He and Mrs. Eda Goodwin were married in 1891 in Aberdeen. S. D.

Seattle Times April 16 1937

E. S. Goodwin Dies at Home

Funeral arrangements for Ervin S. Goodwin, Seattle business execu­tive were being made today at the Butterworth Funeral Parlors. Mr. Goodwin, 67 years old, died yester­day at his home, 603 13th Ave. N.
Mr. Goodwin was former owner of the Republic Building at Third Avenue and Pike Street and of the Pike Place Market. He also at one time was a vice president of the Seaboard National Bank and was president of the Goodwin Real Estate Company.
He had served as president of the King County Planning Commission and as a member of the city planning board.
Goodwin was a member of the Rainier Golf and Country Club; the Seattle Chamber of Commerce; past master of Arcana Lodge No. 87, Free & Accepted Masons; past wise master of Washington Chapter, Rose Croix; past commander in chef of Lawson Consistory, Scottish Rite; past potentate of Nile Temple of the Shrine, and was a Knight Templar.
Survivors are his widow, Mrs.Eda M. Goodwin; two sons, E. Crawford and John W. Goodwin; two daughters, Mrs. M. A. Tutthill and Mrs. John R. Boiinger, and four brothers, Frank and J. W. Goodwin, Seattle; Benjamin, San Francisco, and George Goodwin, Creai Springs, Ill.
Mr. Goodwin had resided in Seattle since 1900. He and Mrs. Eda Goodwin were married in 1891 in Aberdeen. S. D.

Seattle Times April 16 1937


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