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Brenda Kay Goodman

Brenda Kay Goodman

Jan 12, 1965 - Oct 16, 2022

A Funeral Mass for Brenda Kay Goodman, 57, will be held 10:00 a.m., Friday, October 21, 2022 at St. Stephen’s Catholic Church with Father Andrew Duncan officiating.  Interment will follow at the Arapaho Catholic Cemetery.  A Rosary will be recited at 7:00 p.m., Thursday, October 20, 2022 at 1613 17 Mile Road with a wake to follow.


Mrs. Goodman passed away on Sunday, October 16, 2022 at her home in Arapahoe, Wyoming with her loving family by her side.


Brenda was born on January 12, 1965, daughter of John James and Donna Ree (Brown) Goodman.  She attended several different schools while growing up on the Wind River Reservation.  Brenda moved to Salt Lake City, where she lived for several years before she moved back to Wyoming and remained here until her passing.


Brenda worked in the deli at the 789 Truck Stop and various jobs while living in Salt Lake City.


Miss Goodman was baptized into the Catholic Faith.


Some of Brendas favorite things to do were to go to the casino, spend movie nights with all the kids and drive around listening to her music.  She also enjoyed camping at the Sundance, surrounded by all her family.  Brenda also enjoyed terrorizing her nephews and grandsons.  She loved to cook big meals for her Mom and Dad and the entire family. 


Survivors include her son, Roberto Hernandez; daughter, Margaret Goodman; brothers, Darrel Goodman, Mitchell Warren, Sr. and Terry Spoonhunter; sisters, Rebecca (Paul) Arioba, Elizabeth and Arlene Goodman, Cindi Littleshield, Margaret and Patricia C’Bearing, Billie and Michelle Blackburn, Jennie Ferris, Serena Gardner, Wanda Posey and Irene Dewey; aunts, Violet and Debra Lonebear, Lynda Noah, Rose Guerue, Marilyn, Evvie, Jody and Nene Brown, Vickie Lopez and Alfreda Smith; uncles, Darrell, Sr., William and David Lonebear, Sr., Melvin Littleshield, Michael Blackburn, John and Stanford Bushyhead, Leonard Moss, Gary and Howard Brown; nieces, Jolene Brown, Therese (Johnny) Roberts, Mallorie and Tashina Goodman; Nicole and “their husband” Joshua Rosenberger, Darion and Daelynn SunRhodes; nephews, Edward (Lina) and Lenny (Sam) Raigosa, Travis “Rambo” Warren, Winn, Winter Hawk, James and John Goodman, Chase and Cole Littleshield, Sterling Wolfname; Grandchildren, Andre (Jessie) Goodman, Jace and Jaren (Mya) Brown, Orren, Jr., Joaquin and Tedd Janis, Tavion Goodman, Devin, Brett, Jr., Sumner and Nico Martel, Jamonte and Johnny Roberts, Johnny Rosenberger, Jay Reece, Jaylos and Jayro Goodman, Quelenna Chavez, Alexa, Merceded and Madeleine Goodman, Singing Water (Xando) Warren, Alessa Brown, Shaliaya Wolfname, Senika Spoonhunter, Esperanza Rosenberger, Donna, Hunter and Jayess Goodman; great grandchildren, Dresden and Isaian Goodman, Malaya Brown and Saveno Three Irons; familes of Lonebear, Brown, Lonedog, Blackburn, Littleshield, Gardner, Felter, Dewey, Spoonhunter, Munnell, Sage, Jenkins, Willow, C’Bearing, C’Hair, Whiteplume, Groesbeck, Seminole, Warren, Red Cherrie, Moss, SunRhodes, Wallowingbull, Bushyhead and Addison.


Miss Goodman was preceded in death by her parents, John and Donna Goodman; daughter, Camille Goodman; brothers, James Goodman, Sr., Lloyd “Tater” Wallowingbull and Steve “Tooks” Moss; grandsons, Carlos Chavez and Darrell J. Hanway; nephew, Theodore Raigosa; niece, Jamie Goodman; uncles, Linus C’Bearing and Richard “Poncho” Lonedog; aunts, Margaret’ Littleshield, Melody Spoonhunter and Charlotte Lonedog; grandparents, William and Elizabeth C'Bearing and William and Ione Brown Lonebear.


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Services under the direction of Davis Funeral Home, Crematory, and Monuments.