Marie Goodman Terry

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“Marie” Goodman Terry, 67, went home to out Lord on Saturday, February 2, 2019 at 7:15 p.m. Marie was born April 25, 1951 to Pearl Faye and Arlis E. Goodman in Cordell, OK. Marie was a woman of great faith and a true believer in the Lord, Jesus Christ. Marie was one of seven daughters, mother of two and grandmother of four.

Marie attended Lookeba Sickles High School then graduated with a secretary and a cosmetology license. It wasn’t until she started her career in collections that she found her passion continuing until she retired in 2010. Marie is preceded to heaven by her parents, Arlis E. Goodman and Pearl Faye Goodman, her sisters, Sharon Carlton of OKC, OK, Nelda Robinson of Sidney, NE, Nada Wilson of OKC, OK, Gail Fox of Everett, WA. She is survived by her husband, David “Tater” Terry, her two daughters, Angela Liddiard of Oklahoma City, OK and Anna Al-Mufleh of Edmond, OK, her four grandchildren, Audrey Liddiard, Ashtun Friend, Clinton Liddiard and Elijah Al-Mufleh.

Marie is also survived by her sisters, Ann and Dwain Crutcher of Watauga, Texas, Thelma Selick of OKC, OK, in-laws, Helen Terry of Edmond, OK and Debra and Mike Barrett of Edmond, OK and a host of other nieces, nephews and friends and last but not least, her faithful companion, Casanova.

Public visitation will be held on Tuesday, February 5th from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. with family present from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Services will be held at 10:00 a.m., Wednesday, February 6, 2019 at Matthews Funeral Home Chapel with interment to follow at Memorial Park Cemetery.

7 thoughts on “Marie Goodman Terry”

  1. All I can say is man what time we had, we shared more fun and laughter in our short 22 years then some do in 60. I want the world to know what a wonderful wife you were and thank you for just being you. My spirt is stumbling but my faith is strong. I can’t wait until we meet on the eastern shore and I can hold you again. All my love Tater

    1. What a beautiful testimony…any person who was loved this much in life..lived a blessed life.

    2. Glenda Newton

      David I miss her also we had so much fun in high school and after. I love her and will see her again, Thank you God for giving us eternal life in Heaven. Rest my sweet friend . XO

  2. Sandy Newton

    We little knew the day that
    God was going to call your name.
    In life we loved you dearly,
    In death we do the same.

    It broke our hearts to lose you
    But you didn’t go alone.
    For part of us went with you
    The day God called you home.

    You left us peaceful memories.
    Your love is still our guide,
    And though we cannot see you
    You are always at our side.

    Our family chain is broken
    and nothing seems the same,
    but as God calls us one by one
    the chain will link again.

    by Ron Tranmer

    Love you “Queenie” ?

  3. Steve and Debbie Murray


    Deb and I are so sorry to hear about Marie. Sorry we haven’t been in touch lately, busy life and grand kids will do that to you. I remember meeting you and Marie at the grocery store years ago and thought … wow Tater did great…Keep remembering the fun things you guys did and her memory will never fade.

    Sorry we will not be able to attend the funeral, I am out of town for work, but you are in our prayers always.

    Keep in touch please.

  4. I am so sad that you will no longer be on this Earth to be with us and share our lives. I know you are in a glorious place and are rejoicing with our Lord, family and friends. Our faith is strong and it will carry us on. You will forever be in our heart and sole. We love and miss you.

  5. My condolences to the family. When loosing a loved one it can be unbearable. That is why God has provided scriptures in the Bible to help ones cope with the loss. In the Bible book of Isaiah 25:8 Jehovah God promises soon to “swallow up death forever.” He also promises to bring back those who have fallen asleep in death (Acts 24:15). In a little while longer this kind of pain will be a thing of the past (Revelations 21:4). May these scriptures bring you comfort in this difficult time

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