George Robert Goodman
April 24, 1964 – July 23, 2018
George Robert Goodman, Jr, 54, of Stafford, VA, passed away unexpectedly on July 23, 2018.
George was born in San Diego, California, and raised in Winfield, Illinois. He joined in US Navy in 1982 and retired in 2007 after serving on board seven submarine commands. After retirement he continued to support military operations by working as a government contractor. He was a dedicated man who loved his kids and family, the military, airplanes, sailing, and Harry Potter.
He will be greatly missed by his wife of 25 years, Dana (Bollig), and their children Kirsten, Madison, Liam, Colin, and Nolan, as well as by his sisters Melissa (Tom) Ubelhor, Andrea (Jeff) Plummer, Michelle (Dan) Duffin, and Jeanine (Logan) Murphy and fifteen nieces and nephews.
He is preceded in death by his parents George Sr and Diane (Brennan) Goodman, and by his daughter Allison. Visitation will be held from 9:00 – 10:00 am on August 9, 2018, at Mullins & Thompson Funeral home, 186 Shelton Shop Rd, Stafford, VA, with burial to follow at Quantico National Cemetery at 11:00 am, August 9, 2018.
- Visitation Thursday, August 9, 2018
- Graveside Thursday, August 9, 2018
George Robert Goodman
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August 11, 2018
I spent 14 years in the US Navy Submarine Force. George was my LPO (Leading Petty Officer) on my first submarine, 1990-1992, in the Navigation Electronics Division on the USS Tecumseh. He was a kind leader who set the standard for those who would follow him. He will be missed.
August 10, 2018
Dana, kids and family....I am so very sorry for your loss. You all are in my thoughts. May you carry the love and light of George in your hearts and in all you do.
August 9, 2018
I am so sorry to hear about George passing. George was truly an inspiration to everyone. He always saw the possibility in everything, provided leadership, mentorship, friendship, and brotherly love. His direction lit the path for some of the Navy's strongest leaders and best Chief's. He never asked for anything in return as he freely gave. His family values were threaded in every story he told. The World has lost a Great Man; his legacy will live on.