See also

Family of Leonard Aaron "Tripper" GOODMAN and Doris ARNDT

Husband: Leonard Aaron "Tripper" GOODMAN

Wife: Doris ARNDT

Child 1: Aaron Leonard GOODMAN

  • Name:

  • Aaron Leonard GOODMAN

  • Sex:

  • Male

Note on Wife: Doris ARNDT

Doris Arndt Goodman passed away on November 30, 2012. She was born and

raised in Germany and came to El Paso as a young woman. Immediately

after arriving here, Doris enrolled at the University of Texas at El

Paso, where she attained both Bachelor's and Master's Degrees in

Clinical Psychology. Doris then spent ten years working as Corporate

Training Director for State National Bank. Following her tenure in the

banking industry, she founded Human Resources Consulting, which she

successfully operated for twenty years. During this time, UTEP was her

largest client. Doris was very proud of being a first-generation

immigrant and naturalized American citizen. She loved the United

States, the American Southwest and mostly, its people. She was

actively involved in the greater community and served with many

organizations including Leadership El Paso, Executive Forum (founding

member), YWCA (table captain), the Bridges School, El Paso Child

Guidance Center, Lincoln Middle School and Coronado High School PTAs

and El Paso Council of PTAs, Kids Excel El Paso and UTEP Women?s

Advisory Panel, to name a few. Doris was preceded in death by her

parents, Horst and Ingeborg Arndt of Landshut, Germany. She is

survived by her loving husband of twenty-five years, Leonard A.

"Tripper" Goodman III; her sons, Aaron Goodman and Stephen Sittig

(Cathy) of Las Vegas, Nevada; her daughter, Patricia Huskins (Rick) of

Las Vegas, Nevada; grandchildren Ashley Sittig, Alyssa Huskins and

Ryan Huskins and mother-in-law, Eleanor Goodman. Doris will be missed

by her large and extended family and her wide circle of dear

friends.Doris' biggest joys in life were her family, her friends,

cooking and reading, all of which she celebrated in a book she

authored of her memoirs, From There To Here, Doris' final gift to her