Condolence & Memory Journal

To the Good Family
We are so sorry to hear of Arthurs passing Thoughts and prayers are with all of you .
Greg and Roxanne Montesano

Posted by Greg Montesano - West Bridgewater, MA - Friend   March 01, 2020

Having known Arthur for the last 35 years has always been a joy and pleasure. His wit and humorous smile were always contagious. He was truly, " one of a kind"!
He affected the lives of so many people, that he will never be forgotten...! We will all miss you !!!!!!!!!!

Posted by Allan Mills - Stoughton, MA - friend   February 27, 2020

I was sorry to hear of Arthur's passing and at 62 I still want to say "Mr Good" , what a wonderful life and a beautiful family, he was truly a kind person! Thank you for being such wonderful neighbors!

Posted by Jane Emmons (Overstreet) - Buzzards Bay, MA - Neighbor   February 26, 2020

Very sorry to hear of Arthur's passing. He was a dear friend and neighbor to the Overstreet family for many years. Mr. Good was a terrific sports fan and such a pleasure to be around. He will be missed but fondly remembered by all of us. Condolences to Mrs Good and family.

Posted by James Overstreet - Bourne, MA   February 25, 2020

Anne and Family
I am so sorry for your loss
Arthur was the most thoughtful, caring , entertaining person I ever met. As an electrician he was fantastic and went out of his way to help my family whenever needed. He always made you laugh
He will truly be missed. God Bless

Posted by Sue Blomstrom - Family Friend   February 23, 2020

I first met Arthur at the Randolph tennis club and followed him to the Weymouth club. He was a tremendous character and a spark to the group with his wit and enthusiasm. He also was a tough competitor/ like playing matches as my partner in 100 degree heat against kids more than half his age and winning. But more importantly he was a kind and considerate human being to everyone. And most of all he was an amazing family man to his wife Anne and his incredible and voluminous family. They truly do not make people like Arthur very often. He was a blessing. Our sincerest condolences to his family from myself, wife ,and brothers.

Posted by John Fitzsimmons - Marshfield, MA - Friend   February 22, 2020

I have been a very close friend of Arthur's sister Mary Vella, therefore, knew Arthur quite well
He was always so much fun and I will miss seeing him at the Weymouth Club
I will focus on his good life, his many friends and beautiful family
I will try to make the services but I am just recovering from 2 weeks of illness, and may not make the services from here in South Weymouth
Adele Barcelo February 21

Posted by Adele Barcelo Barcelo - So. Weymouth, MA - Family Friend   February 21, 2020

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

Posted by A friend   February 20, 2020

Annie - I am so sorry about the loss of your father. I will keep you and your family in my prayers.

Posted by David Iagatta - Norton, MA   February 20, 2020

Arthur will be sadly missed, but never forgotten. Cole lalli IBEW 223

Posted by Cole Lalli - rochester, MA   February 20, 2020

Dear Anne and entire Family,
Art was truly one of a kind! A full life; well lived!
John loved watching the Cape League games with him.
Fourth of July on CC will never be the same.
Thanks for letting me be a part of your huge fun loving family
since the 8th grade.
Our sincere Sympathy & heartfelt Love ❤
John & Sandy Petruzzo and Family Xo

Posted by Sandy Petruzzo - Marstons Mills, MA - Family   February 19, 2020

On behalf of my mother Beverly Davenport and our family, we offer our sincere condolences at Arthur's passing. He was and exceptional person with a wonderful family.

Posted by Laureen Davenport-Rice - Delray Beach, FL   February 19, 2020

Anne I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your dear husband. I am sure you will find the strength you need with the help of your wonderful family. I will pray for you often. Alice Burns RHS class of 1956

Posted by Alice Burns - Bridgewater, MA - Classmate   February 19, 2020

Arthur's passing is indeed sad. I interacted with Arthur while a town meeting rep, and watched his expertise as an electrician when he worked on the First Congregational Church many projects over the years. I will miss his friendship and Stoughton has lost a hard worker for making our town a better place to live in. His passion for tennis well into his senior years was truly amazing :-)

Posted by John Fernandez - Ocala, FL - Friend   February 18, 2020

I'm so sorry for your loss. Arthur was a kind, sweet, and loving guy. I will miss seeing him around the sporting events.

Posted by Kristin Golden Ricardo - Stoughton, MA - Friend   February 18, 2020