Allan Goddard
Tuesday
15
January

Viewing

4:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Tuesday, January 15, 2019
Parkside Memorial Funeral Home
69 4th Ave. N.E.
Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada
(306) 773-2931
Saturday
19
January

Memorial Service

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Saturday, January 19, 2019
Parkside Memorial Funeral Home
69 4th Ave. N.E.
Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada
(306) 773-2931

Obituary of Allan Goddard

GODDARD – Allan at 81 years of age, passed away peacefully at home in Swift Current on January 14, 2019.  Allan was born on June 8, 1937 and married Betty Oldhaver in 1958.  Survived by his wife Betty of 60 plus years, children Tim (Sheila), Glen (Vicki), Susan (Boyd) Kosolofski; grandchildren Jeff (Steph), Christina, Andrew (Hilary), Spencer Kosolofski (Steph), Sydney Kosolofski (Curtis); granddaughter in-law Dani Goddard; great grandchildren Bree, Grayson and Bentley.  Also survived by siblings Lorne (Shirley), Dale (Fran), Irene Parenteau, Leo, Pat Ecker, Les; brothers in-law Bill (Merle) Oldhaver, Rob (Marion) Oldhaver and numerous nieces and nephews.  Predeceased by his parents Bill and Erma, father and mother in-law Ed and Ag Oldhaver, sister in-law and brothers in-law Denise and Fred Hind, Fern Parenteau, Ken Ecker; grandson Bryan Goddard and great granddaughter Abby Goddard.  Allan worked for Trans Canada Pipelines for 26 years. Next to his love for his family, his passion was the many activities that come with loving horses: rodeo, racing, roping, riding, and training. He was always kidding everyone he met. He will be missed by all that knew him.  Memorial donations in Allan’s name may be made to Cabri Cemetery Fund, Box 200, Cabri, SK S0N 0J0 or SPCA-Swift Current, Box 1163, Swift Current SK S9H 3X3.

 

 

A COWBOYS PRAYER

Heavenly Father, we pause, mindful for the many blessings

You have bestowed upon us.  We ask that you be with us at this rodeo

And we pray that you will guide us in the arena of life.  We don’t ask

For special favors; We don’t ask not to draw a chute fighting horse or

Never to break a barrier.  Nor do we ask for all daylight runs or not

To draw a steer that won’t lay.  Help us, Lord, to live our lives in such

A manner that when we make that last inevitable ride to the country

Up there, where the grass grows lush, green and stirrup high,

And the water runs cool, clear and deep, that you as our last judge,

Will tell us, “welcome home cowboy your entry fees are paid.”

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