Jamie Marie Goodfellow of Leasburg, Missouri was born February 16, 1978 in Monroe, Wisconsin to James Riley and Jeanne Kohler and passed away on Thursday, June 3, 2021 at the age of 43 years.
She grew up and attended and graduated from Summersville Senior High School, Class of 1996.
While Jamie was still in high school, she married her first husband. She and her husband were later divorced.
Jamie then pursued further education from SBU, where she obtained her Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice.
After graduating from college, Jamie then met Tony Goodfellow and they were married September 18, 2009.
They eventually moved their family to the Bourbon, Missouri area, where Jamie gained employment as a drug abuse counselor.
Shortly after, Jamie was in a car accident that kept her from being able to return to work. Jamie did not let her injury slow her down. Instead, she put all her focus into being a homemaker. She loved to cook. She loved to garden and grow flowers. Jamie was always involved in her sons lives, whether she was coaching their baseball or soccer teams, or being a cub scout leader, she was always there to support her boys’ adventurous activities.
During her step father’s battle with ALS, Jamie was his caretaker.
She was preceded in death by her infant son, William Goodfellow; and her step father, Thomas Kohler.
She is survived by her husband, Tony Goodfellow of Leasburg, Missouri; four sons, Bret Racicot and wife Katie of Bourbon, Missouri, Bailey of West Plains, Missouri, Conner Goodfellow of Leasburg, Missouri and Danny Woods of Mountainview, Missouri; one grandson, Easton Racicot of Leasburg, Missouri; mother, Jeanne Kohler of Leasburg, Missouri; father, James Riley and wife of Wisconsin; two brothers, Timothy Riley and wife Pamela of Willow Springs, Missouri and Ronnie Riley of Wisconsin; one sister, Tammy Fiske and husband James of Summersville, Missouri; mother-in-law, Patricia Goodfellow; father-in-law, Joe Chirco and wife Inna of Michigan; three brothers-in-law, Matthew Cecil of Pentwater, Michigan, Tyler Chirco of Michigan and Arten of Ukraine; two sisters-in-law, Maisel Cecil of Pentwater, Michigan and Jazzmynn Chirco of Michigan; nine nieces and nephews, Tabitha, Brianne, Shiyanne, Alexis, Alex, Katie, Braxsten, Ashley and Kaylee; three great nieces and nephews, Stella, Colton and Ellie; other relatives and friends.
Arrangements for cremation have taken place.
A Celebration of Life gathering will begin at 2 p.m. on Saturday, July 24, 2021 at the Goodfellow Home in Leasburg, Missouri.
Arrangements under the direction of the Eaton Funeral Home and Cremation Center of Sullivan, Missouri.