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Goodnow, Jacque
Viewing: Saturday, October 7, 2017 from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Funeral: N/A

 

 
Jacque Dunn Goodnow, 92, died on October 3, 2017 after a wonderful life. Born in Chicago, she met her husband Bill at the Drama Club of Northwestern University. They married in 1950 and lived in Evanston, IL, raising their six children. 
 
In 1966, Jacque joined Rust Oleum Corp. A few years after Bill’s death in 1971, Jacque and the three younger children moved to Hagerstown, MD when Rust Oleum opened its Williamsport, MD, plant. She was the purchasing agent until her retirement in 1995 and was a proud member of the Royal Scot Society since 1986.
 
Before and after her retirement, Jacque traveled the world and brought back art pieces reflective of her travels. She particularly enjoyed touring China, Greece, Cuba, and England. She also took many trips with Baer Travel, including the Canadian Rockies and the American West.
 
Throughout her life, Jacque enjoyed playing bridge and was an active member of several local clubs. She was a life-long avid reader of mysteries, science fiction, and historical novels, and she was a great fan of classic film and TV.
 
Jacque was preceded in death by her parents Jack and Mae Norton Dunn and beloved Aunt Mimi of Chicago; Bill, her husband of 21 years; and her brother J. Norton Dunn of White Plains, NY, and Jupiter, FL. She is survived by her six children, Bruce Goodnow (Christine Wasiak) of Seattle, WA; Jannis Goodnow (Carol McCollum) of Madison, WI; Lori Goodnow of Hagerstown, MD; Denise Reichmuth of Hagerstown, MD; Terri Goodnow (Laurie Crunk) of Greenbelt, MD; and Steven Goodnow (Tonya) of Arbutus, MD; five grandchildren, Leah Kohl (Angelito German Rojas) of Austin, TX; Rania El-Kareh (Scott Kitzmiller) of Elkhart, IN; Tanous El-Kareh (Kara) of Chicago; Geoffrey Acton and Phillip Acton of Davidsonville, MD; and six nieces and nephews.
 
Family will receive friends at the Douglas A. Fiery Funeral Home, 1331 Eastern Blvd. North, Hagerstown, MD, on Saturday, October 7, 2017 from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm.
 
Online condolences may be expressed at www.douglasfiery.com

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