Sources include: Detroit Free Press The Detroit News Observer & Eccentric Media / Hometown Weeklies Livingston County Daily Press & Argus



GOEBEL EDWIN, 79, native of Michigan passed away December 19th, 2012. He was born in Plymouth, Michigan, November 8th 1933, the Son of Edwin and Zelah, attended Plymouth High School and received his Masters from Central Michigan University. He retired from General Motors as Senior Administrator in 1992 after 40 years of dedicated service. Ed was active in local theater, church choirs and performed the National Anthem for the Arizona Diamondbacks. An avid outdoor enthusiast, his passions included running, biking, hiking and travel. Ed is survived by his wife of 60 years Jean Elliott Goebel; Brothers Gordon and Dave; Son Greg, Daughter Linda; three Grand Children, Bryan, Megan and Ryan and one Great Grandchild, Ryker.

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Richard Aust, Sr12/30/2012

To Jean and your family, My deepest sympathies on the passing of Ed. Ed was considered as a friend and work colleague and we had continued correspondence and freindship via e-mails over the years since our retirement.

Richard Aust, Sr12/30/2012

To Jean and your family; My deepest sympathies on the passing of Ed. Ed was considered as a friend and work colleague of many years and we had continued maintaining contacts via e-mails and occasional lunches together since our retirements in 1992.

Mary Hrter Byrnes12/30/2012

So sorry to get this news. We should have kept in touch with family. Ed had a wonderful life & family, life is too short for the best God gives us. Love, Mary & Pat

Christine Herter12/30/2012

I am so sorry for your loss. May the passing of time heal you pain and bring forth the wonderful memories I know you all shared.

F.Gary Failla01/01/2013

Dear Jean and Family, We learned from Dick Aust of Ed's passing and couldn't have been more shocked. Ed was the best General Motor's manager I had the privilege of working for. I found Ed to be fair, consistent, knowledgable and just plain fun to work for. RoseAnn and I thoroughly enjoyed our visit with you and Ed at your summer place, in Tucson, many years ago. Love, Gary and RoseAnn

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