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Winn Funeral Home
Sunday November 17th, 2013
12:00pm - 2:00pm

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Funeral Service

Winn Funeral Home
Sunday November 17th, 2013

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Jesse J. Goodhue

Jesse J. Goodhue age 77 of Louisville, went to join his Heavenly Father on Wednesday, November 13, 2013 at Baptist Healthcare in Louisville.  He was the ninth and last surviving child of ten children born to the late Alexander and Vivian Kinser Goodhue.  Mr. Goodhue was also preceded in death by his brothers, John W. "Willie" , James, Leon, Lawrence, Garland & Robert Goodhue,  his sisters, Mary Ethel, Edna Hodges, Aline Carol and Kathryn Coats, a loving niece, Sharon Coats Harlow and a 2 nephews, Alonzo Hodges, Jr. & Robert Coats.

Mr. Goodhue was a 1955 graduate of Caverna High School and attended Campbellsville Junior College.  He had worked for 35 years in the graphic arts for the old Acme Printing Ink Company and National Printing.  During his teenage years he worked for the  National Stores, Hotel Dixie, Mammoth Cave Hotel along with general farm work. He was a longtime member of the Cave City Baptist Church.

Survivors include six nieces, Pat Hodges, Shirley Constant, Donna Monroe, Leigh Burba, Laurie Doyle and Lisa Hodges Collins, one nephew , Mark Coats, sister-in-law, Jeaneen Jewell Goodhue, several great nieces and  nephews that he loved dearly.  Two great nephews he had been especially close to in their younger years, Craig and Jeff Constant.

Funeral service will be conducted 2:00 p.m. Sunday, November 17, 2013 in the chapel of Winn Funeral Home with burial in the Horse Cave Municipal Cemetery.  Visitation will begin 12:00 noon on Sunday, at the funeral home.

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My sincere condolences to the family of Jesse. He was a good and kind man and I was glad to have made his acquaintance.  Bob Andrews, Hosparus Volunteer

Robert Andrews Nov 15 2013 12:00 AM