Aug. 25, 1926 – Nov. 1, 2012
Funeral services for Sally Good were held Nov. 5 at the First Baptist Church in Basin. Sally, 86, died Nov. 1 at Bonnie Bluejacket Memorial Nursing Home.
Sally was born Aug. 25, 1926, in Osaka, Japan, the daughter of Ktchisablow and Sane Asano. She grew up in Osaka where she graduated from high school. She then attended a Business Technical School in Osaka.
Sally married Thomas Leo Good on Oct. 11, 1951, at the American Embassy in Kobe, Japan. Sally and Thomas moved to a ranch on Beaver Creek in 1953. The move was a huge “culture shock” to Sally but she was grateful to her husband‘s family who took her under their wings and taught her about rural American culture.
She was an immaculate homemaker, great cook, an exceptional seamstress, making clothes and afghans; enjoyed gardening and enjoyed painting with watercolors and oils; she won many awards at the county fair. But above all else, Sally loved her family. She was devoted to her children and was active in their lives.
Sally attended the First Baptist Church in Greybull for many years, and currently attended the First Baptist Church in Basin. She was active at the South Big Horn Senior Center in Greybull.
Her parents and her husband Thomas Leo Good preceded Sally in death.
She is survived by her two sons, Don L. Good of Coon Rapids, Minn., and Jim H. Good of Denver; her daughter and son-in-law, Bruce and Mary J. Waldo of Tualatin, Ore.; three grandchildren and one great-granddaughter.
Burial was in the Donald J. Ruhl Memorial Cemetery in Greybull.
Memorials in Sally’s name can be sent to the Bank of Greybull, 601 Greybull Ave., Greybull, WY 82426. Proceeds will go to the South Big Horn Senior Center in Greybull.