Olinger Chapel Hill Mortuary & Cemetery

6601 South Colorado Blvd, Centennial, CO


Dick would want everyone to just wear Levi's.

Richard Eugene Goodwin

May 11, 1955August 3, 2019

Richard "Dick" Goodwin of Centennial, Colorado passed away on Saturday, August 3rd. He was born on May 11, 1955 to Jerald and Nana Goodwin in Denver, Colorado. Dick loved crossword puzzles, garage sales and old tools. He was athletic, he played baseball and liked to go bowling. Dick liked to play poker and play the crossword scratch tickets.

Dick loved antiques of all kinds. He was a craftsman. He enjoyed going to the horse track. He loved watching the Broncos and the Rockies. Dick and Terry were married for almost 36 years and knew each other for 45 years. He is survived by his wife Terry; children Bill, Jamie and Jackie; grandchildren Mia, Loki, Lucy, and Mary Truth; he also leaves many other loving relatives and friends to cherish his memory.


  • Visitation Thursday, August 8, 2019
  • Funeral Mass Friday, August 9, 2019


Richard Eugene Goodwin

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Dean Zents

August 8, 2019

I worked with Dick for a few years in the warehouse at Student Movers. We spent a lot of hours keeping the place organized. He never shied away from hard work. When I first met Dick, he had very long hair. He had one heck of a fast softball pitch too. Rest In Peace Dick. We’ll meet again in heaven someday.

Carol Siegrist

August 7, 2019

Dick was just great! The handsome, silent type with a kind and loving heart. I didn't get to know him really well during the child raising years, more so as his wonderful children became adults. The very best and happiest memories for me were seeing him take his dad to 430 mass at Most Precious Blood every Saturday and the fact that he took his dad bowling and out to Wendy's every week for as long as he was able. His devotion to his wonderful wife, Terry, and to his family has always been an inspiration. My 4 children (his cousins) have been and continue to be blessed by being part of this family. Sending so much heartfelt love to all of you. ♥️Aunt Carol

Marilyn Opitz

August 6, 2019

Terry watched our oldest daughter, Allison, and she and Jackie became fast friends as did our families. We spent many hours together celebrating family occasions and events. Dick was always patient with the chattering Terry and I would do. He was a master mover and when we moved to Omaha he kindly packed our U-Haul truck and pack it he did! I don't think anyone could have done a more efficient and complete job. Dick loved his family and left a legacy of that love for those who knew him.

Christine Mosch

August 6, 2019

What I remember most about Uncle Dick is when I was young we would visit grandma and grandpa and he had a bedroom in the basement that we were not allowed to go in. Lol. And every holiday he would buy cool presents for all of us cousins to share. I remember once he bought a pin ball machine that was set up in the basement with a bow on it at Christmas. We all ran downstairs and had so much fun playing the game, One Christmas I remember getting coins from the mint that he had bought all of us. He was always thinking of others and truly was a giver in life. Love you Uncle Dick,

Jackie Goodwin

August 5, 2019

Dad would tell everyone to "Please wear your Levi's" to the ceremony! 👖👖