Joseph Edward Goodine II

Joseph Edward Goodine II

March 12, 1966 - November 14, 2008

Joseph Edward Goodine II

March 12, 1966 - November 14, 2008


Joseph Edward Goodine II

Born on March 12, 1966 in Honolulu Hawaii
Passed on November 14th, 2008 in Laguna Niguel, CA.

After leaving Hawaii, he spent a brief time traveling with his family from coast to coast. Dad was in the Marine Corps At the age of 4, Joe’s family settled in Santa Ana, California. From elementary age through high school; from t-ball to Little League and Pop Warner Football; Joe always loved sports. Before graduating from Santa Ana Valley High School, Joe lettered in Baseball, Basketball and Football. He was a life long fan of the Los Angeles Angels and the San Francisco 49ers.

After high school Joe attended Orange Coast College and continued his education at Cal State Fullerton. Most of Joe’s career was spent in various management positions in the Restaurant and Bowling Center Industries.

Many of Joe’s childhood vacations were spent camping and he always enjoyed the outdoors, especially camping in Yosemite National Park with friends.

Those who knew him saw an easy-going, fun-loving person with a quick wit and sense of humor. Joe touched people on many levels and will be deeply missed by his family and friends.

Joe is survived by his parents, Jim & Donna Goodine of Lake Havasu City, AZ; his two brothers, Dennis Goodine of Los Angeles, CA and David Goodine of Lake Havasu City, AZ; aunts and uncles, Mary and John Satawa of Warren, MI, Ray and Marybeth Goodine of Roseville, MI and Sandy Borkowski of Dryden, MI and his cousins in the Detroit area. We will all miss you very much,.Joe Baby!

Services were held the evening of Monday November 17th, 2008 in Laguna Hills, CA.

O’Connor Mortuary, 949 581-4300

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28 responses to Joseph Edward Goodine II

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  1. John Alvarez says:

    I have ONLY great memories of Joey!!

    God bless you and your family!

    Love you and we’ll ALWAYS REMEMBER YOU my friend.

    John Alvarez

  2. My deepest sympathies for his parents and David.

  3. Hey Brother, it’s been alittle over a year and a half that God took you home and I still can’t hold back the tears. I think of you every day and miss you even more. I give Thanks to God for blessing my life with a brother like you. The innocense, the
    laughter, the fun times we shared, you were a gift from God from the time you took your
    first breath till your last and your spirit was freed from all the pain you may have felt. God call you home that’s his will and I will always feel the love of him in my heart because he graced me with the precious gift of You… You are in my thoughts, my memories and my heart forever. Thanks Joe-baby for riding shotgun with me in my travels. I love bro, talk to you again soon. Dave

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