|Sir Patrick Goodman|
Patrick Ledger Goodman|
6 April 1929
9 September 2017 (aged 88)|
Motueka, New Zealand
|Known for||Goodman Fielder|
Sir Patrick Ledger Goodman GNZM CBE (6 April 1929 – 9 September 2017), known as Pat Goodman or Sir Pat Goodman, was a prominent New Zealand businessman, arts patron and philanthropist. Along with his brother he co-founded the Australasian food giant Goodman Fielder. He was a former CEO and chairman of the company.
In the 1995 Queen's Birthday Honours, Goodman was appointed a Knight Bachelor, for services to business management, export and the community. In the Queen's Birthday and Golden Jubilee Honours 2002 Goodman was appointed as a Principal Companion of The New Zealand Order of Merit for services to business, the arts and the community which was later redesignated as a Knight Grand Companion of The New Zealand Order of Merit.
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- Goodmans the first to join new hall of fame. Stuff.co.nz; retrieved 21 February 2012.
- "The Queen's Birthday Honours 1995" (23 June 1995) 62 New Zealand Gazette 1597.
- "The Queen's Birthday and Golden Jubilee Honours 2002" (5 June 2002) 57 New Zealand Gazette 1533.
- "Dames and Knights Honours 2009 List" (12 August 2009) 118 New Zealand Gazette 2691; retrieved 21 February 2012.
- Philanthropist, arts patron, businessman Sir Pat Goodman dies Stuff.co.nz; retrieved 9 September 2017.
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