Evelyn Goodman (Hutto) (1917 - 2003)

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Death: Died in Paris, TX, USA
Managed by: Jim Semple, Jr
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About Evelyn Goodman (Hutto)

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In 1986, the Evelyn Goodman Learning Center located in Lamar County was named in her honor for the tremendous influence and caring she had with so many students. 

Church Affiliation: First Baptist Church, Paris, TX

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Evelyn (Hutto) Goodman (1917-2003)'s Timeline

1917
August 17, 1917
1943
May 23, 1943
Age 25
1966
1966
- 1970
Age 48
Paris, TX, USA

Jerry Goodman is a graduate of the Paris High School Class of 1970

1966
Age 48
Paris, Lamar County, Texas, USA

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The Goodman Family appeared in the 1966 First Baptist Church Pictorial Directory, Corner of Church and Kaufman Streets, Paris, Texas
Phone SU 4-4747, SU 4-3458, Dr. James H. Semple, Pastor

1990
July 22, 1990
- July 24, 1990
Age 72
Tyler, TX, USA

Article in The Paris News, Sunday. July 22, 1990

25th Hutto Reunion Held

Descendants of Alfonzo and Permelia Jane Hutto gathered for the 25th Hutto reunion held at Tyler State Park June 22-24. Time was spent visiting, swimming, scuba diving, boating, in games and relaxing.

A business meeting was held on Saturday. President Dickie Dunn presided. It was voted to return to Bonham State Park next year, the weekend following Father's Day.

New officeirs were elected for the 1991 reunion. Jerry Goodman is president; David Alan Clanton, vice president; Harley Daugherty, program chairman, and Jean Hutto, secretary-treasurer.

A program followed the business meeting. Roy and Marie Hutto were in charge and presented several skits. Others who were chosen for the skits were Pat Dunn, Buryl Hutto, Harley Daugherty, Diane Hutto, Pam Dunn, Robert Briscoe, David Alan Clanton and Cindi Clanton. Harley Daugherty had a game for the children using colors and recording on instructions with music.

The eldest person attending was Earl Hutto and the youngest was Clay Parker. Sarah Bennie Hutto was unable to attend and a card was sent to her from those at the reunion.

Attending were Chris Dunn, Sherry Johnson, Dick and Pat Dunn of Lake Jackson; Howard and Lois Daugherty, Robert, Lee Ann, Hillary Briscoe, Betty Rodgers, Jeremy Cabler, Brittany Hulsey, Eric Briscoe, Jerry and Ruth Ann Daugherty, Jason and Sarah Daugherty of Mansfield; Elwin and Marzella Daugherty of Granbury; Mike, Yolynda, Dude and Jr. Daugherty of Pascagoula, Miss.; Tim and Diane Hutto, Shana, Jackie and Chris Hutto of San Antonio; Roy and Marie Hutto of Fort Worth; Mary Helen Parker and Evelyn Goodman of Paris; Don Parker II, Don and Gloria Parker of Dallas; Harley and Linda Daugherty, Emily, Kimberly and Matthew of Alvarado; Jerry and Lynn Goodman, Casey and Kelly Goodman of Grapevine; Mark and Karen Clanton, Timothy and Tiffaney Clanton of Tyler; David Alan and Cindi Clanton, Brook, David B. and Candace Clanton of Orange; David H. and Joan Clanton of Flint; Jane Clanton of Irving; Jeryl and Donna Golden, Chelsea and Clay Goldjen of Denton; Pam Ballard, Jim and Shirley Cole of Houston, Bruce and Cindy Hutto and Buryl and Jean Hutto of Arlington, and Earl and Patti Hutto of Kansas City, Mo.

2003
November 2, 2003
Age 86
Paris, TX, USA

Paris, Texas - Funeral services for Evelyn Hutto Goodman, age 86, of Paris, Texas will be held at 2:00 p.m. Wednesday, November 5, 2003 in Fry-Gibbs Funeral Home Chapel. Rev. Randall Perry officiating. Burial will follow in Evergreen Cemetery.

Mrs. Goodman passed away November 2, 2003.

She was born the daughter of Barney D. and Agnes Howard Hutto on August 17, 1917, in Rockford.

She married William R. Goodman on May 23, 1943 and in October 1952.

Mrs. Goodman attended Liberty School and graduated from Honey Grove High School in 1935 and went on to attend the Paris Junior College. She received a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees from East Texas State University. She taught public school for 45 years. Her years as a teacher included Hutsonville, Pleasant Valley, Cunningham, East Bernard in Wharton County, Pearland in Brazoria County and the School for Exceptional Children in Lamar County. In 1986, the Evelyn Goodman Learning Center located in Lamar County was named in her honor for the tremendous influence and caring she had with so many students. She was a member of the First Baptist Church in Paris, the Fidelis Sunday school class, Round Table Book Club, Theta Phi Delta Kappa Gamma Society and the Lamar County Retired Teachers Association.

She is preceded in death by her parents; Barney D. and Agnes Howard Hutto; husband, William Goodman; a brother, Buryl Hutto; sister-in-law, Jean Hutto.

She is survived by her son, Jerry William Goodman, daughter-in-law, Linda Bybee Goodman and grandson, Casey Joseph Goodman, all of Grapevine, Texas; granddaughter, Kelly Jo Goodman Henry and husband, Bradley Alan Henry, Friendswood; sister, Mrs. David (Joan) Clanton and brother-in-law, David Clanton, Tyler; and several nieces, nephews and friends.

Family visitation will be from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Tuesday, November 4, 2003 at the Fry-Gibbs Funeral Home.

November 5, 2003
Age 86
Paris, TX, USA