Birth Date: Dec. 15, 1953
Death Date: Jul. 24, 2012
Captain Glenn B. Goodwin, 58, of Portland died unexpectedly at his home. He was born in Biddeford on December 15, 1953, a son of Dana B. and Jacqueline M. (Beauchemin) Goodwin. He attended Kennebunk Schools and was a 1974 graduate of Berwick Academy. He graduated from the University of Maine in Farmington in 1978.
Glenn worked at this fatherís machine shop, and as a commercial fisherman and boat captain in Kennebunkport.
He enjoyed skiing and was co-captain of the Ski Team at the University of Maine in Farmington during his junior and senior years.
Preceding him in death was his father.
He is survived by:
Mother: Jacqueline Goodwin of Biddeford
1 brother: Corey Lee Goodwin and his wife Jeanne
2 nephews, Seth and Tyler
Services were private. Donations in Glennís memory may be made to: Union Church, 3 Stonecliff Road, Biddeford Pool, ME 04006.
Melissa (Missy Hall) Wentworth
I am just hearing about Glenn. Just shocked and saddened that I will never see him again. I have been away from the area for many years, always asking about Glenn and Corey every time I'd be in the Port for visits. Glenn had an ecclectic circle of friends, well accepted and friends to all. Always a smile on his face and helping hand when in need. I'm sorry, Mrs. Goodwin, the pain you've had in losing a son, and Corey, I know what it's like to lose a brother. Corey, my email is available to you. I hope you get it. Glenn was a good soul and will be missed by many. Missy
Since third grade....always a smile...always a friend....regardless of amount of time that passed between our paths crossing over the years...with our birthdays only a couple days apart I always had a good thought of Glen as our birthdays came and passed over these many years....that will not change for me. My deepest condolences.....Phil
To "Mom" and Corey, Just heard about the passing of Glenn and my heart and thoughts to you all and familys.Glenn and I spent much time and way too much fun together. Have been trying to find him to get together only to get a message of his passing from Brookie MacDonald ,He was the definition of True Friend and I'll be raising a glass or two in his honor .Love ya and miss ya Glenn and as always Ripple On. (Corey would love to hear from you firstname.lastname@example.org I'm still in Brownfield. ) My love and thoughts to the Family. Mike
I saw Glenn often during the 70's and 80'. He always had a few minutes to ask how I was and what I was doing. he was younger but fit easily in with my circle of friends. The photograph you have chosen is a beautiful representation of his kind, thoughtful and intelligent soul. I am so sorry.
I am so deeply saddened to hear of Glenn's passing. He has been a big part of my life in recent years, and I will surely miss his jokes and his smiling face. He had a very kind heart and I know how much he always loved his mother and his family. I pray he is at peace....
Mary Beth (Reagan) Hamilton
I am so sorry to hear of Glenn's passing. We all had many good times, skating on the river, boating, lots of fun. Glenn always enjoyed a good time.
Molly Genthner Moxley
My sincere condolences to the family, I always admired Glen for his rogueish ways and free spirit. His father and mine had a connection with those Labradors, and Glen would ask about the dogs when I would see him. It's been too long, and I am sorry I won't be able to see him again.
Leslie Stillwell Hudson
The entire Stillwell family sends sincere condolences, we all knew both Cory and Glenn very well. Glenn left us much too soon, but with some wonderful memories, he will be missed.
I will hold on to my memories of good times at Goose Rocks and great times on Big A slopes. We were good friends forever and always. Peace.
Lori Burbank Darnell
To Jacqueline and Corey,
I am so sorry and was shocked to hear of Glenn's passing. I have so..many great memories of us growing up together on Intervale Road. Between ski-doing, skating, skiing and hanging out we had a wonderful neighborhood with great families. Please know I am sending heartfelt sympathy and love from ALL the Burbank family. You are ALL in our prayers....RIP dear Glenn...
Glenn and I were roomates for 3 years in college along with Matt Waddle and later Mark Seeley. We had some good times - almost too many! And taking the Bampa C down to P-Town to go Tuna Fishing - in the fog - in the bag. We survived it all - somehow. Like others - we lost touch, had ups and downs, but I always smile when I think of Glenn. Thoughts to all...
Elinor and Patrick Davis
We are so sorry to hear of Glenn's passing. Our thoughts and prayers go out to those that knew him and to his family.
Ruth Fleming Cheney
My condolences to the family. I grew up on Fletcher St. and had lots of friends on Intervale Rd. Knew Corey better because we were the same age but am sorry for your loss.
I was so sad to hear about Glenn. I have known him most of my life, went to school and college with him! Many funny memories. He was a work of art to watch on the ski slopes...amazing. On the wings of angels, my friend. Safe journeys.
Nancy Lamontagne Meehan
I am so sad to hear about Glenn. we had a lot of good times together growing up in the same neighborhood. and all through High School. deepest sympathy to the Family
Nancy Lamontagne Meehan
My heart goes out to you all, I am shocked. By some sheer coincidence I read this very sad news about Glenn. I remember you, Corey, but it was long ago that we saw each other. I was Glenn's KHS girlfriend (even though he liked to keep that quiet for some reason). Glenn and I spoke a few times over the years but quite some time had passed and I wondered where he was. I had been back several times in the past years for both my parents have died, but I always wondered if I would run into him. I am so sorry. If you care to, feel free to write to me. xo, Lisbet
I am so sorry to hear about this. I knew Glen in High School and he took me fishing once! I always thought of him as a friend but certainly lost touch over the years. I am so sorry for your loss!
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