Luther E. Goyne, 88, of Hamburg died Monday, July 20, 2020.  Mr. Goyne graduated from Crossett High School in 1950. He was a veteran of the United States Navy, having served during the Korean Conflict. He was the Sales Manager at the American Press Newspaper in Lake Charles, La. and was a Craftsman at the Engler Block in Branson, Mo.

 He was preceded in death by his parents, Oris and Eula Mae Peacock Goyne; a brother, Larry Oris Goyne and a sister, Linda Anderson.

He is survived by his wife, Paula Hathaway Goyne of Hamburg; a son, Stephen Goyne and wife, Lindsey, of Los Angeles; three step-sons, Steve Harriman and wife, Stacey, of Hamburg, Corey Harriman and wife, Candace, and Craig Harriman and wife, Misty, all of Dallas; a brother, Bruce Goyne and wife, Becky, of Crossett; three sisters, Sue Aulds of Bastrop, La., Sylvia Dye and husband, Gene, of Crossett and Sharon Sission and husband, Ted, of North Monroe, La.; a grandson and a number of nieces and nephews.

Graveside services will be 10 a.m., Saturday, July 25, in the Hamburg Cemetery with Rev. Ty Danielson officiating.  

Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Jones-Hartshorn Funeral Home of Hamburg. 

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