Carole Jean (Barnhart) Good
Passed on July 18, 2019
It is with great sadness we announce the sudden passing of our dear wife, mother and daughter, Carole Good. Suddenly at Stonewall Hospital on Thursday July 18th with her husband by her side we lost Carole. Carole is survived by her husband of nearly 30 years Kevin, her 4 children Trevor, Kayla, Derrick and Tyler, along with her father Charlie. As well as her large, extended family of aunts, uncles, brothers and sisters in laws, cousins, nieces and nephews. She is predeceased by her mother Connie, mother in law Beryl Good, dear uncles Jim and Orville Barnhart and her aunt and uncle Eva and Les Meyer. Mom was born in Morden on September 28th,1959 to her loving parents Charlie and Connie Barnhart. They lived in Windygates until they moved to their farm in Kaleida in 1967. Mom spent her childhood riding horses and helping on the farm. Mom attended school in Manitou and graduated from Nelly McClung collegiate in 1977. After High School she went to nurses training at St. Boniface Hospital where she became an LPN. Mom started her nursing career at the Winkler Hospital and returned home to the family farm. In 1985, she met the love of her life at a social in Manitou a farming truck driver, from Balmoral named Kevin. After meeting Kevin, it didn’t take long before Mom got a nursing job in Winnipeg and moved to the city. In 1989, her and Kevin married and bought a house in Stonewall. In the following years, they welcomed their four children Trevor, Kayla, Derrick and Tyler into the world. Mom was a loving, dedicated home maker. There was always a home cooked meal ready on the table at the end of the day and she never failed to have dainties or deserts ready if company came by. At times it seemed there wasn’t anything mom couldn’t handle. It wasn’t uncommon to see her doing everything from helping Dad fix his truck to keeping the yard looking beautiful. Somehow, she still had time to help with homework, school projects or anything else her family needed without ever missing a beat. When her oldest son Trevor turned 12 she started doing home care. She loved her job helping people and developed lasting relationships with her clients. In 2007 mom and dad built a new home where she lived until she passed. Her and dad loved going on road trips and they could often be found on a long weekend heading off to a casino somewhere. She enjoyed curling, both watching and playing and we all had the chance to curl alongside her over the years. She was an avid Blue Jays fan and rarely missed a game. She travelled around North America to see several games in person with her daughter Kayla in New York, Boston, and Toronto. Seeing many of these games were on her bucket list. The funeral service will take place Wednesday July 24th at 2pm at the Stonewall Legion Hall. Pallbearers will be her 3 sons Trevor, Derrick and Tyler, brother- in- law John Good, cousin Walter Stewart and cousin. Darren Barnhart. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Manitoba Heart and Stroke Foundation. The family would to say a special thank you the staff at the Stonewall Hospital for doing everything they could to try and save our beloved mother and wife.
We are so sorry to hear the loss of Carole such a good soul. Francois, jael and Jordan HENRI
So very sorry to read of Carole’s sudden passing. Carole was a dear sweet person. I always enjoyed our conversations in past years at the curling rink. She will be dearly missed in so many ways. Our sincere condolences, Heather and Allan Sanche
So sorry Charlie,Kevin, and children. Carole was a lovely person and will be sorely missed
Joan L. Main
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