Alan C. Good
Good, Alan C. (July 7, 2020). Passed away at the age of 88 with his wife of 65 years, Sally, by his side. He is survived by his sons, Alan, and is wife Jane, Stephen and his wife Jenifer, and Michael and his wife Vanessa. He is also survived by his six grandchildren, Madeline Hendry and her husband Ian, Rosalie and Wyatt; Emma, Bradley and Brian. Alan was born in Chestnut Hill, February 28, 1932 to his parents, Lloyd Good and Clara Compton Good. He was predeceased by his brother Lloyd. He graduated from Meadowbrook School; attended William Penn Charter School, and graduated from St Andrews School in Middletown, Delaware and Lafayette College. He entered the service in 1956 and served as a Lieutenant on the 38th parallel in Korea. Upon leaving the service, he entered the Real Estate business specializing in commercial and industrial properties, and was active in that business for 57 years. His passion was music, playing piano whenever a keyboard was open; playing golf and squash with friends and his sons. He spent his summers as a child in Harvey Cedars, New Jersey sailing, crabbing, and fishing and had many funny tales of escapades with friends. His love of family, spending summers with them in Beach Haven , New Jersey and winter breaks at Skytop were good times remembered. At this time his family would like to thank you for all your thoughts and prayers. Due to current circumstances Alan’s services will be private. Memorials in Alan’s name may be made to the Disabled American Veterans Charity www.DAV.org
I have fond childhood memories of Alan at “Goodview” and Christmas at the Savoy. He was a kind and gentle cousin. He will be missed.
Al was one of my best friends for over 40 years. He has been a mentor, and someone who I was always glad to see and always enjoyed his company. I will miss him very much.
I too have many fond memories of my childhood at Aunt Clare’s house as mentioned by my brother Wally. Alan was my favorite cousin as we shared a birthday, although he was 13 years my senior. He was a fine man, and he will be missed.
good times for many, many years…..I’ll miss Al and am thankful for the memories…..
Such a true gentleman with a wonderfully infectious laugh. Alan was always so pleasant and a gracious host entertaining us on the piano until the wee hours. So many special memories and such outstanding family devotion; we send our respects and love to Sally and family.