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Bryan Keith Goodson

July 24, 1959 ~ September 11, 2019 (age 60)

 

 


 Bryan Keith Goodson, 60, 400 Ninth St.,  Gaffney, SC, passed away September 11, 2019, at home. He was the husband of Patricia Teague Goodson and son of the late Betty Jean Goodson.  He loved  fishing, Nascar, grilling out.  He also loved music, playing pool, camping, and traveling.

in addition to his wife, left to cherish his memory are sons - Travis Humphries, Derrick Goodson, Matthew Goodson, Timothy Teague, Tony Wylie, and Jay Sarratt, all of Gaffney, SC; four grandchildren; brothers -  Rick Goodson, of Blacksburg, SC and Bobby Goodson, of Gaffney, SC and sister - Tina McDaniel Doubleday, of FL.   In addition to his mother, he was predeceased one sister - Lisa McDaniel.

A Celebration Of Life Memorial Service will be held at Kings Mountain Park, September 21, 2019,  Site #1, at 1:00 PM.  All family and friends are invited to honor him!

The family will be at Derrick Goodson home, 400 Ninth St,, Gaffney, SC.

E-condolences may be made at whitecolumnsfuneralservice.com.

The Gore Family of White Columns is serving The Goodson Family. 

By Derrick Goodson:

Bryan Keith Goodson, or "Dinky", as many of you know him, was a special man.He was a special husband, father, friend, and co-worker. If you were lucky enough to know him, you know that he liked to enjoy life. He liked to work hard and play harder. Whether at work, at home, or visiting with friends and family, he was often the life of the party, making sure we were all laughing and smiling along the way. 
    When it came to his work though, he was a perfectionist. Everything that he did was to the best of his ability. A man of several crafts and skills, seemed to have mastered them all. Through his years of work, he was lucky enough to see many parts of this great nation, making friends and leaving lasting impressions along his journey.
  He loved to fish, watch the race, build a fire, shoot pool, enjoy music, go camping, or to cook on the grill. He found pleasure in the little things in life, as we all should, but often forget. What he enjoyed and cherished the most was being a great husband and father.
   We were all blessed to have known him and he will be dearly missed by many. May we all look to God for strength and guidance as we move forward with our lives having hope and faith that we will see him again some day.
 

 

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