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Virginia Martine 'Teanie' Goetz, 83 passed away January 14, 2005 in Owensboro. She was the daughter of the late Mansford Alvey and Juliet Osborne Alvey. She was born 4-17-1921 in Daviess County. She was retired from Owensboro High School as a food service employee and was formerly employed at General Electric. She enjoyed farming, gardening, cooking and dancing, but her favorite was spending time with her family and grandchildren. She is survived by three sons, John Goetz, Jr. Whitesville, David and his wife Susan Goetz and Richard Goetz, both of Owensboro. Three daughters, Branda and her husband Joe Bean, Philpot, Sandy and her husband Tony Lanham, Knottsville and Kim and her husband Bill Mills, Maceo. Three sisters, Nancy Witmeyer, Los Angeles, Alene Keller of Owensboro and Frances Dant, Calhoun. Several nieces and nephews.

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  1. I think I speak for all Blandford cousins’….we had some of the best times of our lives at Aunt Teanie’s house! Those definitely were the ‘good old days’! She will be missed by all of us!

  2. David, Susan and family
    My deepest sympathy to you, my thoughts and prayers are with you in this very difficult time. She is in a better place. Carolyn

  3. YOU ARE IN OUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS.
    MARTINE WAS A BEAUTIFUL LADY AND SHE
    SURE WAS GOOD FOR GRANDDADDY LEONARD. THEY HAD A GOOD TIME AND SHE SURE LIT UP HIS LIFE. SHE WAS AN ANSWER TO PRAYERS. I HAVE FELT FOR YOUALL DURING THIS ORDEAL OF
    LOSING THE

  4. To: The Goetz Family My thoughts and prayers are with the family. I have many fond memories of Martine. She was a beautiful, lovely lady and loved by all who knew her. May God bless each of you and be with you in your time of sorrow.

  5. Dear Family, I wish to extend our family’s condolences and sympathies at this difficult time. My fondest childhood memories were those spent on the farm during our annual family vacations. I never eat chicken without thinking of Aunt Teanie steping on the

  6. To the Goetz family: It saddens us to hear about the lost of Teanie. She was a wonderful person. We always had a great time with her and the whole Goetz family when we visited Owensboro. She always made us laugh and had a big heart for everybody. The

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