Etoy Barnett Goodman Schulte October 14, 1906 - July 4, 2004
Published in The Dallas New Era Thursday, July 8, 2004
Mrs. Etoy Barnett Goodman Schulte passed away Sunday, July 4, 2004 at the age of 97 years after a brief illness.
She and her first husband, Jaime J. Goodman of New Albany, Mississippi were early residents of Oak Ridge, Tennessee, a unique planned community located in the East Tennessee mountains. Years later, widowed and retired from retail jewelry sales, Mrs. Schulte moved to St. Petersburg, Florida where she met and married Edwin C. Schulte, another long time resident of Oak Ridge.
The two former Oak Ridgers returned to Tennessee where they lived many years until Mr. Schulte’s death in 1990. Mrs. Schulte relocated to Dallas, Georgia in the year 2000 and resided at Kimberly Assisted Living until her death.
Mrs. Schulte was born October 14, 1906 in New Albany, Mississippi to William Thomas Barnett and Alice Adelia Hall Barnett. One of ten siblings, she is survived by two sisters, Inez Pearson of Gainesville, MO and Tommie Walters of Memphis, Tennessee. She was the eldest sister to o the late William “Buddy” Barnett of Dallas, Georgia.
Survivors include a daughter-in-law, Nora W. Goodman of Dallas, Georgia; a step-grandson, John Achter of Hutto, Texas; four granddaughters, Tracy Minjauw of Marietta, Leslie Langley of Bowden, Alison Uphold of Thomaston and Angela Goodman of Monroe and their mother, Joy W. Goodman of Bowden. In addition, four great-grandchildren, Rachael Barber Sleppy of Athens, Benjamin Price of Atlanta and Sydney and Sam Uphold of Thomaston and other extended family members.
Mrs. Schulte was preceded in death by her son, Dr. James B. Goodman, who passed away May 5, 2003.
Funeral services were held on Tuesday, July 6, 2004 at 11:00 am at Clark Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Jim Goodman Scholarship Fund c/o Paulding County Farm Bureau, 549 Hardee Street, Dallas, Georgia 30132.
Interment followed in Dallas Memory Gardens.
Clark Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.