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Joseph A. Goudeseune

Passed Away on August 24, 2017


Joseph A. Goudeseune went home to be with the Lord on August, 24, 2017.  He was born in Detroit, Michigan on August 5, 1928 to Maurice and Sophie Goudeseune.

Joseph was passionate about history and loved talking politics.  He also enjoyed traveling, but his number one love was his family.

He is preceded in death by his parents, Maurice and Sophie Goudeseune, brothers, Roger Goudeseune, Clarence Goudeseune, Robert Goudeseune and William Goudeseune, sister, Vi Lute and loving wife, Velna Goudeseune.

Joseph is survived by his children, Joseph Goudeseune, Valery Overfield and Vicki Davis, seven grandchildren, sixteen great-grandchildren, loving wife Bea Goudeseune and her adoring family.

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  1. Nancy says:

    Joe was a big part of my teen age years. He was approachable, and warm, and very loving. I spent day and nights at their home and always felt honored to be there. The lake in Michigan, the overnight stays, the huge sandwiches… the Goudeseune ‘s were my second family.
    I love you all and pray for Joe and his place in heaven.

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Joseph A. Goudeseune

Passed Away on August 24, 2017


Joseph A. Goudeseune went home to be with the Lord on August, 24, 2017.  He was born in Detroit, Michigan on August 5, 1928 to Maurice and Sophie Goudeseune.

Joseph was passionate about history and loved talking politics.  He also enjoyed traveling, but his number one love was his family.

He is preceded in death by his parents, Maurice and Sophie Goudeseune, brothers, Roger Goudeseune, Clarence Goudeseune, Robert Goudeseune and William Goudeseune, sister, Vi Lute and loving wife, Velna Goudeseune.

Joseph is survived by his children, Joseph Goudeseune, Valery Overfield and Vicki Davis, seven grandchildren, sixteen great-grandchildren, loving wife Bea Goudeseune and her adoring family.

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  1. Nancy says:

    Joe was a big part of my teen age years. He was approachable, and warm, and very loving. I spent day and nights at their home and always felt honored to be there. The lake in Michigan, the overnight stays, the huge sandwiches… the Goudeseune ‘s were my second family.
    I love you all and pray for Joe and his place in heaven.

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