Goodlett, Patsy A.

November 26, 1933 - December 29, 2020

Patsy Ann Armor Goodlett, beloved wife, mother and grandmother, passed away peacefully on December 29, 2020.  Patsy was born in Dallas on November 26, 1933 to parents James Harry and Jo Armor.  She attended Woodrow Wilson High School in Dallas where she was a State doubles tennis champion.  She graduated from North Texas State College with a BBA in marketing.  She later graduated from Texas Woman’s University with a BS in nursing.  Pat was a retired registered nurse and a cancer survivor.  She is preceded in death by her parents; sister: Nancy Neeld with husband Colonel Bobby Gene Neeld; and brother: James Harry Armor Jr.  She is survived by her husband Stephen Goodlett; daughters: Ann Cossum with husband David and daughter Andrea; Gaylynn Reiter with husband Monty; nieces: Stephanie Winkler with husband Bruce; Carol Lang with husband Bill; nephews: Robert Armor; Curtis Neeld with wife Jackie; and Terry Neeld.

She enjoyed a lifetime of playing tennis with her many friends, ceramics, gardening and volunteering at the Dallas Arboretum.

Tribute and Memorial gifts in Patsy’s memory can be made to the Dallas Arboretum

A private memorial will be held at a later date.

4 replies on “Goodlett, Patsy A.”

Stephanie Winkler says:

So sorry for your loss. She will be greatly missed. We love you!

Pat Ewald says:

This has been such a difficult time this past year for all of us but especially for all of you and your family. You will always have her in your heart. The most important thing to remember where all those wonderful years you spent together while you could all enjoy it.

Kathy grewing says:

Prayers for you gaylynn I read about your mom. I think sometimes we don’t think about the elderly’s young life and what all they accomplished Thanks for sharing.

Doreen Gish Everett says:

Patsy and I were in high school together at Woodrow Wilson. We even tried out for cheerleader together and made blouses alike. Needless to say, we did not win. Had fun though!

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