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John P. Goodall, 71, Fort Myers, Fla. /formerly of Westborough

Fort Myers, Fla. /formerly of Westborough- John P. Goodall, 71, passed away suddenly Sunday, Sept. 10, 2017 from a heart attack during Hurricane Irma.

“Half-track” was born on Dec. 11, 1945, the son of the late Harry Goodall and the late Winnifred Goodall.

He is survived by his two brothers, David Goodall of Charlton, Jimmy Goodall of Naples, Fla., and his sister Nancy Goodall of San Marcos, Calif.

He leaves behind his children, John D. Goodall of Lacanta, Fla., Michele E. Goodall of Uxbridge, and Jamie J. Goodall of Westborough, plus seven grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren.

He spent most of his life in Westborough except for the last three years when he moved to Florida where he enjoyed the warmer weather.

He worked for his family business, Goodall & Son’s Tractor, Co; working sales till he went into business for himself owning J & G Radio Sales.

He loved anything to do with war history, airplanes, old classic cars, CBs (back in the day), fishing and the Three Stooges!

John will always be remembered for his great sense of humor, his hilarious voice overs and his love for his family.

Fly High Dad!! We love you!! Johnny, Sissy and Jamie

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