MADISON – Francis “Hank” J. Goodwin, 90, a devoted husband, father, and grandfather, died peacefully Aug. 14, 2005, at Redington Fairview Hospital, in Skowhegan. Hank was born Oct. 12, 1914, in Rumford, the son of Frank and Mary Theriault Goodwin. He graduated from Madison High School in 1932, after graduating he joined the CCC’s (Civilian Conservation Corp) and spent two years in Flagstaff (1934-35). In December 1935, he was hired at the Great Northern Paper Mill in Madison where he worked until going in the service. On Sept. 23, 1939, he married Anne Marie Violette, of Skowhegan. He served in the Navy during World War II on the LST-700 (Landing Ships Tank) in the Pacific Theater, after his discharge he returned to Madison and his job at Great Northern, where he worked until his retirement. Hank enjoyed fishing at Moosehead Lake, telling stories, playing cards with his friends, and never gave up on the Red Sox. He was thrilled to see them win the World Series. He spent a great deal of time the last four years visiting his wife at Maplecrest and volunteering there. He was a charter member of the VFW Post in Madison, and member of the American Legion Post in Madison. Hank will be missed by his family and many friends; the Four O’clock Club at Maplecrest, his caring neighbors, the card players at Kiwanis and the Friday Morning coffee group. He is survived by his wife, Anne, of 65 years; his daughters and their spouses, whom he called his sons, Elaine and Bob Theriault of Somersville, Laurie and Gary Dunlap of Standish, Jane and David Theoharides of Lincoln. Hank is also survived by five grandchildren, Greg, Ellen, Jeremy, Mandy, and Carrie; two great-grandchildren, Caitie and Taylor; one brother, Louis Goodwin of Madison. There will be no visitation hours. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated 10 a.m. Friday, Aug. 19 at St. Sebastian Catholic Church in Madison. Donations may be made in Hank’s memory to the Activity Program at Maplecrest Rehabilitation and Living Center, 174 Main St., Madison, ME 04950. Arrangements are under the direction of Smart & Edwards Funeral Home, 183 Madison Ave., Skowhegan. His family thanks the doctors and nurses at the RFH for their wonderful and compassionate care. <>