NORTH CONWAY, N.H. Bernard C. Goodwin, 86, of Veazie Street, Old Town, died Tuesday, May 6, 2008, at Memorial Hospital, North Conway, N.H. He was born in Lincoln, a son of Atwood B. and Mina Cunningham Goodwin. He graduated from Mattanacook Academy and attended the University of New Hampshire. Bernard was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II and was in the ninth armored division that took the Ramagan Bridge, Germany. Bernard was a machinist and employed by T.M. Chapman and Son’s Co., Old Town, then Chapman Precision Products, after which he worked as a research associate in the physics department in Orono in conjunction with the professors, retiring in 1987. He developed instruments used in their research, which were used all over the world. He was a member of Milford Congregation Church, Milford, Star in the East Lodge of Masons, Mount Moriah R.A. Chapter No. 6, St. John’s Commandary No. 3, Anah Temple Shrine, Anah Temple Shrine Band and also life member of VFW. He taught music for several years and also played in several dance bands. He was predeceased by a brother, Glendon Goodwin. He is survived by his former wife and caregiver, Harriet Goodwin of Intervale, N.H.; two sons, Dale and his wife, Patricia Goodwin, of Chocorua, N.H., and David and his wife, Carol Goodwin, of Hollis; two grandsons, Ron and wife, Linda Goodwin, of Chocorua, N.H., and Steven and his wife, Beth, of Kennebunkport; one granddaughter, Jenifer and her husband, Randy Cable, of Buxton; seven great-grandchildren, several nieces and nephews. A graveside service will be held 11 a.m. Saturday, June 21, at Lawndale Cemetery, Old Town, with the Rev. Patricia Moore officiating with a Masonic service conducted by Star in the East Lodge. After the service a time of refreshements and fellowship will be at Milford Congregational Church. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions made be made to Hospital for Crippled Children, in care of Anah Temple, P.O. 735, Bangor, ME 04401-0735 or Milford Congregational Church, P.O. 387, Milford, ME 04461. Arrangements are made with Wood Funeral Home, Fryeburg.