Philip D. Good, 87, of Carlisle, died Thursday, September 17, 2015 at the
M. S. Hershey Medical Center. He was born January 23, 1928 in Waynesboro, a son of the late Donald T. and
Catherine (Good) Good, and was married to the late Helen L. (Elliott) Good, who died Jan. 10, 2006.
a 1947 graduate of Carlisle High School. Philip retired from the Lines Auto Parts Warehouse in Newville
and had worked in the automobile industry most of his life. He was a member of St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran
Church and Eagles Aerie 1299, both of Carlisle. Philip was a former member of the Cumberland Star Masonic
Lodge 197, Carlisle, the Harrisburg Consistory and the Zembo Temple Shrine, Harrisburg.
survived by one son, Kevin Good of Camp Hill, two daughters; Cynthia A. Good of Carlisle and Sherri L. Good of Harrisburg,
two grandchildren; Molly and Isaac Good, both of Boiling Springs, one brother, Robert Good of Carlisle, three sisters; Janet
Ellerman and Mary Weir, both of Carlisle and Joann Copenhaver of Florida, a former daughter-in-law, Mary Good-Cornman of Boiling
Springs and several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by one daughter, Cathy L. Good, one sister,
Martha Bowermaster and one brother, Karl Good.
A memorial service will be held on Friday,
September 25, 2015 at 2 p.m. in the St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church, 201 W. Louther St, Carlisle, with Pastor Rob Moore
officiating. A visitation will be held from 1 p.m. until time of the service. A time
of fellowship will follow the service at the church. Interment will be private at Westminster Memorial
Gardens, Carlisle. Ewing Brothers Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements. Memorial
donations in Philip’s name may be made to his church.
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So sorry kids,but now they are together again.
Prayers your way,from Arizona.
Wish we could be
there.We loved them both,a bunch !!! Enjoyed so much knowing them and working with them.
Daniel and Alyce Woolums
I am so saddened to hear of Mr. Good's passing. I
work as a pharmacy technician where he got his prescriptions. He was a wonderful man who was always kind and someone who
brightened my day every time he came to visit the pharmacy. I will miss him dearly as a customer and a friend. My thoughts
are with his family during this time.
to the family. Phil was a kind man.
presence at the shop will be missed greatly. I will miss all the jokes and sayings you had! Never met someone like Phil.
He was certainly fun to be around. Prayers for family.
I was out of town and was shocked when I returned home and saw your Dad's obituary. You all
have my sincerest sympathy. God bless your entire family. It will be sad to not see him in the front pew in church. He was
a great guy!
I'll be thinking about you tomorrow as you celebrate Cindy's father's life. If I were in town,
I'd be there. Try to take it all in as you move through this experience. He will continue in your hearts forever!
Dear Cindy, Paula and family--
I wish I could attend
the service for Cindy's father. I will be out of town. Hold onto your love for each other in his name,
Condolences to the Good family. I had gotten to know Phil
quite well over the last number of years to include lunch every Tuesday at Wendys...We shared many laughs and long conversations,
especially when Phil shared stories of his wife Helen and daughter Cathy..My friend Steve and I will miss him terribly. He
was a most treasured friend and one I will never forget. Warmest regards.
We send you our deepest sympathy
to the family. He was a friend and we will
remember him. Sorry for your loss.
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