Lipe, Lodemia Caroline “Callie”

Class of 1896

Birth: Aug. 2, 1875, Cabarrus County, North Carolina, USA
Death: Aug. 4, 1920, Lenoir, Caldwell County, North Carolina, USA

Parents:
Edmund Gibson Lipe (1839 – 1910)
Elizabeth Bost Lipe (1850 – 1910)

Spouse: Dr. Andy Baxter Goodman
Marriage: July 10, 1901

Children:
Nanie C. Goodman
Fay Palmer Goodman
Andy Baxter Goodman Jr.

Burial:
Cold Water Lutheran Church Cemetery
Cold Water, Cabarrus County, North Carolina, USA

Source: www.findagrave.com, # 86491211.

Obituary
The Concord Times (Concord, North Carolina), March 8, 1920, p.4.

MRS. A. B. GOODMAN DIES SUDDENLY AT LENOIR
Wife of Prominent Physician and Republican Leader Found Dead in Bed by Daughter

Lenoir, March 4. – Mrs. Callie Goodman, wife of Dr. A. B. Goodman, a prominent physician of this place, was found dead in bed this morning. She had been dead several hours before the discovery was made by her daughter, Miss Fay, who went to her mother’s room to call her. The only other person in the house was a younger son, A. B. Jr. Dr. Goodman who is one of the leading republican politicians of the county, was attending the republican state convention in Greensboro at the time. Mrs. Goodman was apparently well before Dr. Goodman left for Greensboro.

Although every effort had been made to reach Dr. Goodman in Greensboro this morning, he had not been reached at noon. It was thought that he had already left Greensboro and was en route home before the death of Mrs. Goodman was learned. Another daughter, Miss Mavis, a student at the North Carolina State College for Women, at Greensboro, has been notified and will reach here this afternoon.

Mrs. Goodman was Miss Callie Lipe, a member of a proment [prominent] family in Cabarrus county. Her mother and father are both dead. She is survived by a brother and a sister and other relatives who live in that county.

(Mrs. Goodman was a daughter of ty[?], and has many friends in this section who will regret to learn of her death. – Editor.)

Note: the death certificate for Mrs. Callie Lipe Goodman states the cause of death as as asphyxia from [unreadable] anesthesia for relief of pain. (Ancestry.com. North Carolina, Deaths, 1906-1930 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2014.)

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