Alvin Harold Goodman (1924-2007)

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Alternate Names A. Harold Goodman
Birth 17 July 1924
Solomon, Graham Co., Arizona, United States
Marriage
Death 25 June 2007
Grainy Valley, Jackson Co, Missouri, United States
Gender Male
Religious Influence The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
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Occupation Music educator
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A. Harold Goodman was a music educator in Utah. He was born in 14 July 1924. Harold taught at Brigham Young University in the School of Music. In 1989 he was called to be the temple president of the Atlanta Georgia Temple, after serving as the chairman of the Church Music Department and in many other church capacities. He died 25 June 2007.[1]

Published Works

  • We can become perfect with Max L. Waters (1974)
  • Priesthood: sanctifying the Saints (1993)

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