Antoine Goodman

The death of Antoine Goodman
of West Chazy, who was instantly
killed at a grade crossing in West
Chazy occurred on the night of
June 3rd, 1940 shortly before 7:00
Mr. Goodman was born at Malone
on Feb. 11th, 1894. He was the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Enos Goodman
of Altona, N. Y. He was married
on June 13th. 1927 to Mary
Agnes LaValley of Mooers Forks,
N. Y.. a daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John La Valley. He was a World war
veteran having served in Company
“B” 31st Military Police overseas,
July 8, 1918 to July 10 1919.
Most of his life was spent in
northern New York. For the past
four years he had been employed
by Mrs. Elizabeth L. O’Brien of
West Chazy as manager of the
At the time of his death he was
also First Vice Commander of the
American Legion. Plattsburgh Post
No. 20. a member of the Forty and
Eight Car No. 463. a member of the
Veterans of Foreign Wars, also a
member and true worker of the
Holy Name Society of West Chazy.
N. Y.
He leaves to mourn his widow
and mother, also nine sisters and
six brothers, Mrs. Emma Miller,
Mrs. Ella Favereau and Mrs. Pearl
Coryea of Beekmantown; Mrs. Helen
Haley. Mrs. Ester Deprizio of
Hartford, Conn., Mrs. Stella White
and Miss Delphine Goodman of
Madrid, N. Y., Miss Florence Goodman
of Altona, N. Y., Mrs. Malina
Martell of Malone; Albert of Chicopee,
Mass., Dewey, of Beekmantown,
Herbert and Lawrence of Altona,
Charles of W. Plattsburgh,
Lester of Idaho, also other close
Military funeral services were
held on June 6 at 9:30 o’clock from
the St. Joseph’s church in W. Chazy.
The Rev. Robert O. Duford officiated
at the Mass of requiem.
Also a group of twenty two Legionnaires
under the command of
Charles O. Chandler, County Commander
of Plattsburgh Post No. 20,
members of the M.A.I. Drum Corps,
a firing squad from the Plattsburgh
Barracks, the Holy Name
Society and members of the Boy
Scouts of W. Chazy participated in
the funeral procession. Also many
close relatives and friends attended
the funeral.

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