Garth Lowell Good ’41 died on January 16, 2004, in Fort Myers, Florida.
Born on July 24, 1918, in the Maine town of Monticello, he prepared for college at the local high school and at the Ricker Classical Institute in Houlton and became a member of Delta Kappa Epsilon Fraternity at Bowdoin. Following his graduation in 1941, he served in the U.S. Army Air Corps during World War II from 1942 through 1945, attaining the rank of sergeant. After the war, he was a public accountant in Washington, DC, and a fire marshall in Aroostook County before moving in 1953 to South Portland, where he sold fire trucks and equipment throughout northern New England for 25 years. He moved to Florida in 1976, and sold real estate as a broker and part-owner of Century 21/AAIM Realty Group. He retired in 1995. While in South Portland, he was a member of the Board of Education and the City Council for many years and was active in Little League baseball, the Order of the Masons, and other charitable and civic organizations. He was a member of the First Congregational Church in South Portland and a trustee of the Osteopathic Hospital of Maine. Surviving are his wife, Margaret Whittaker Good, whom he married in 1947; three sons, Jeffrey Good of Fort Myers, Lee Good of Reno, NV, and Scott Good of Steep Falls; two daughters, Cindi G. Stultz of Westbrook and Margo G. Black of North Kingston, RI; two sisters, Ruth Stearns of Hampden and Audrey Fisher of Fort Myers; and 14 grandchildren.