Trish Godman Bio: She was a Scottish Labour Party politician. Godman was Member of the Scottish Parliament for West Renfrewshire constituency from the 1999 Scottish Parliament election until her retirement in 2011.
Trish Godman Bio
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|Full Name||Patricia “Trish” Godman|
|Birth Date||31 October 1939|
|Birth Place||Govan, Glasgow, United Kingdom|
|Death Date||21 July 2019|
|Party||Scottish Labour Party|
|Net Worth||Update Soon|
Patricia “Trish” Godman was born on 31 October 1939 and died on 21 July 2019. She has died at the age of 79.
Godman was born to Martin Leonard and Cathie Craig. She was a Glasgow City councilor before entering the Scottish Parliament.
Godman originally worked as a social worker working in the East End of Glasgow from 1979–89.
from the aged of 15, she worked with a charity for some time, as a waitress, in a bar, insurance collector and a house mother in a list ‘D’ school.
She later attended Jordanhill College where she trained as a social worker. From 2003–11 she was a Deputy Presiding Officer of the Scottish Parliament.
Husband, Children, Personal Life
Godman’s husband is Norman Godman, who was a Member of Parliament for Greenock and Inverclyde and its predecessor seat from 1983 to 2001.
She has three sons. One, Gary Mulgrew, was one of the NatWest Three.
Death and Cause
Former Labour MSP Trish Godman dead at 79. She died on 21 July 2019.
Politicians have paid tribute to the former West Renfrewshire MSP who was sent suspicious packages by the same duo who targeted Neil Lennon.
Sorry to hear the news of the passing of Trish Godman. I knew her when she was a local constituency MSP and always found her to be a decent and kind public servant.
— Derek Mackay MSP (@DerekMackaySNP) July 21, 2019
Sad news about Trish Godman, a lovely, principled woman with a huge sense of humour. I knew her as a colleague, friend & comrade. A tremendous constituency MSP she made her mark on the Scottish Parliament and retained her values & her passionate belief in equality and justice.
— Hugh Henry (@hughhenry_12) July 21, 2019
On behalf of the Scottish Labour Party, I extend our condolences on the sad news of the death of former Scottish Labour MSP and deputy Presiding Officer Trish Godman.
— Richard Leonard (@LabourRichard) July 21, 2019