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03/31/2014 - Jessie Lee Hoefer Goodin

Funeral services for Jessie Lee Hoefer Goodin, age 91, of Hay Springs, NE, will be on Monday, March 31, 2014 at 10:30 AM at the United Methodist Church in Hay Springs, Nebraska with Fred Andersen officiating. 
 
Burial will be at Hay Springs City Cemetery in Hay Springs, Nebraska. 
 
A visitation will be on Sunday, March 30, 2014 at 7:00 PM at Chamberlain Drabbels in Hay Springs, NE.
 
A memorial has been established for thHay Springs Ambulance Fund and the Hay Springs United Methodist Church. Donations may be sent to Chamberlain Drabbels, P.O. Box 443, Hay Springs, Nebraska, 69347.
 
Online condolences can be made at www.chamberlainchapel.com
 
Mrs. Jessie Lee Goodin passed away on March 27, 2014 at Pioneer Manor in Hay Springs, Nebraska.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            
Jessie Lee Goodin was born to Freeman and Myrtle Hoefer and lived 4 miles Southeast of Hay Springs. Jessie was proud to say that she was the first born of the set of twins. (Jean her brother)
 
Jessie’s older sister (Carol), Jean and Jessie road their horses four miles into town for school. She owned and played the violin for several years and was in the school orchestra.
 
Jessie was a member of the Rebecca Lodge for 70 years. She loved the conventions.
Jessie went to Salt Lake City, Utah and was employed in a nursing home for 14 years. While she was there she got interested in dancing and went to the Arthur Murray Dance Studio.
 
Jessie met the love of her life Tom Goodin. She and Tom moved back to Hay Springs, where Tom was working on the High Rise Dorm. Tom was killed in a car accident on January 18, 1970. They were only married for 5 years.
 
Jessie spent 5 years at Parkview Lodge before moving to pioneer Manor. She was a member of the United Methodist Women.
 
Jessie will be remembered for her ability to remember family history, family dates, and names.
 
Immediate Survivors:
 
Brothers: Jean (Vera) Hoefer
 
Neices: Betty Ann (Jerry) Anderson
 
Nephews: Freeman Dennis Hoefer and Robert Allen (Patricia)  Reno
 
Cousin: Betty Binger
 
Numerous Great Nieces and Nephews
 
Chamberlain Drabbels Funeral Home in Hay Springs is in charge of arrangements for Jessie Lee Goodin.

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