David Daniel Good, 76, of Lucile, Idaho, was born on Oct. 1, 1942, to Daniel and Almeta Hilty Good in Nampa, Idaho. On Nov. 2, he passed from this life into the glorious kingdom of God. A memorial will be held from 1-3 p.m. Mountain Time Sunday, Dec. 2, at the Assembly of God Church in Riggins, Idaho.
He was preceded in death by his beloved wife, Bonny Leatherman; his parents; and his sister, Charity (Jimmy) Ekwortzel.
His surviving family includes his daughter, Brenda (Mike) Stinnett of Canyon City; three granddaughters; three great-grandchildren; his sisters Yvonne (Ron) Todd of Grangeville, Idaho, and Rachel Rupp of Lucile, Idaho; and brothers Forest Good of Lucile, Idaho, and Philip (Julie) Good of New Meadows, Idaho; and many nieces, nephews and cousins.
A celebration of his life will be announced at a later date to be held in the spring of 2019.
Dave grew up in the Indian Cove and Hammett area, and also resided in various other places in Idaho, including Boise, Council and Riggins. Those who knew him loved his humorous ways and the mischievous twinkle in his eyes. He was a hardworking, faithful husband, a wonderful father and loving grandfather. He made his living in many ways including farming, ranching and driving truck. He retired after working at the Co-gen plant in Prairie City.
He and his wife, Bonny, spent 23 years in Grant County until her death in 2008. His pastimes included hunting, fishing and enjoying the outdoors. He was an avid amateur radio operator and a member of the ARRL. He was also a great fan of aviation.
He enjoyed his last seven years living in Lucile, Idaho, among his brothers, sisters and their families and took great pleasure in helping out on the Fiddle Creek Ranch. A marriage to Greta Tindall in 2016 ended in annulment.