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|George Carneal Goldman|
George Carneal Goldman of Waterproof died on January 16, 2010. He was born on May 14, 1919, at Burn Plantation, to Bessie Spencer Goldman and George Carneal Goldman, Sr.
He married Vera Skinner Goldman at the First Presbyterian Church in Natchez on January 24, 1942.
He is survived by his wife Vera Goldman, daughters Elizabeth Spencer Goldman and Katherine Goldman Vaughan and her husband Earl Norman Vaughan, his sister-in-law Mabel Skinner Slay, one first cousin, Jefferson Briscoe Goldman, and numerous other cousins.
Carneal graduated from Waterproof High School and Tulane University. He volunteered for the United States Navy at the outbreak of World War II, and served in the Pacific Fleet as a Flight Director and Command Information Center Operations Officer, and also taught at the Naval Flight Radar School, St. Simons Island, Georgia. Upon his discharge as Lt. Commander, he completed his law degree. He returned to Waterproof to farm with his uncle Harry T. Goldman, Sr., and operate Burn Gin Company, Inc. His cousin Harry T. Goldman III later joined him in the family's farming business.
He was a pilot with private, instrument, and commercial ratings. He served on the Tensas Parish Police Jury, the Tensas Parish Library Board, and was a member of Grace Episcopal Church.
A graveside funeral service was held Monday, January 18, 2010, 11 a.m. at Natchez City Cemetery.
Honorary pallbearers were Jefferson Briscoe Goldman, Magruder Goldman Hays, Frank Burnside, Sr., Jimmy Crigler, Joe Hazlip and Robert Manning.
Pallbearers were Harry Truman Goldman III, Peter Bruin Hays, Jr., Mac Hazlip, Leroy King, Walter M. Scott III, and Edward Driscoll Shaw III.
The family wishes to thank Barry F. Tillman, MD, Randy Tillman, MD, Lisa Cazalot, RN,FNP, and his caregivers Berta Mae Clark, Joyce M. Clark, Marshal L. Clark and Leroy King.
Memorials may be made to Tensas Academy, your humane society, or the charity of your choice.
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