Dorothy Dulaney Anderson Goodpaster

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Dorothy Dulaney Anderson Goodpaster, 90, an Army wife who was a former Grey Lady
volunteer, died of congestive heart failure Nov. 29 at her home at the Knollwood Health
Services Center in Washington.

Mrs. Goodpaster, who was known as Dossy  among her friends and family, was born in
Manila, where her father, an Army major general, was stationed at the time.

She grew up on Army posts across the country and attended
Western High School
(1933)
in Washington.

Over the years as the wife of an Army officer, Mrs. Goodpaster served as a hostess, Grey
Lady and Red Cross volunteer. She also was a Girl Scout leader, Sunday school teacher
and past president and chairwoman of the memorial scholarship committee of the
Daughters of the United States Army.

She lived several times in Europe and visited Paris, Bangkok, Moscow and Bermuda.
Mrs. Goodpaster settled in Washington in the early 1980s.

Her husband of 65 years, Army Gen. Andrew Jackson Goodpaster, died in 2005.

Survivors include two daughters, Susan Dulaney Goodpaster Sullivan of Alexandria and
Anne Morgan Goodpaster Batte of Berwick, Nova Scotia; seven grandchildren; and a
great-grandson.