OBITUARY

Alan Louis Goodfriend

29 September, 196316 February, 2021

Alan Louis Goodfriend was born on September 29, 1963 and passed away on February 16, 2021 and is under the care of Whitley Garner At Rosehaven Funeral Home.

Private Services.

They were preceded in death by John Goodfriend (Father), Delores Goodfriend (Mother). They are survived by Ravonda Goodfriend (Wife of 2 Years), Austin Goodfriend (Son), Jon Goodfriend (Son), Amber Nichols (Drew) (Step Daughter), Brandon Stitt (Step Son), Timothy Plunkett (Step Son), Alan also leaves behind his grandbabies, Isabella, Amanda, Annie, Brantley, and Timothy; and numerous other loved ones, family, and friends..

Donations in Alan Louis Goodfriend's memory can be made to National Pancreatic Cancer Foundation.

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  • FAMILY

  • Ravonda Goodfriend, Wife of 2 Years
  • John Goodfriend, Father (deceased)
  • Delores Goodfriend, Mother (deceased)
  • Austin Goodfriend, Son
  • Jon Goodfriend, Son
  • Amber Nichols (Drew), Step Daughter
  • Brandon Stitt, Step Son
  • Timothy Plunkett, Step Son
  • Alan also leaves behind his grandbabies, Isabella, Amanda, Annie, Brantley, and Timothy; and numerous other loved ones, family, and friends.

Services

  • Private Services

Memories

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Tim & Rita Dixon & Family Dixon

2 March 2021

Still a little shocked. Hate so much he got sick. Alan could always bring laughter in every conversation. We always loved to see what he would bring to the track with his cars; and personality ( lol ) ;) haha. He will be missed by us all. May you rest in peace and find those dirt tracks in heaven - have fun up there. Our hearts and prayers go out to Austin, Jad, Family and friends.

Tim, Rita, Adam Dixon & Family

Denise Verdin

24 February 2021

So sad, because Alan was so loved by our whole family. He was so important to us that My Granny, “Big Granny” to everyone else, would always tell me before every major Holiday, “Neicie did you call Alan and Andy and let them know I was cooking tomorrow”, for whatever Holiday it was. Once I asked her Granny why you make a special call to Alan and Andy. She said, I just want them to know they are still family no matter what, and I want them here so I can see them if they are able to come. Then at those family gatherings ( and there were so many in all these years) I always looked forward to seeing Alan and spending time with him and talking to him about just about anything and everything. I feel grateful to have known Alan. Did not matter how down I might be he could make me smile anyway. Rest In Peace to this amazing man my son Ben and my Daughter Jamie always have lovingly referred to as Uncle Alan. Love has no distinction! When you love someone being there for them is all that matters. Lovingly, Neicie.

Terry Huffmam

22 February 2021

You were special ,loved seeing you pull up, picked up alot of cars from me when I was at Neese. You told me alot of stories over the years and did not hesitate to protect me when that customer was going to attack me out in yard that day. A Hero you are RIP

Dawg Huffman

22 February 2021

RIP brother Alot of years knowing each other in the Tow business Dawg

Eric Ungerleider

20 February 2021

Rest In Peace my brother. You are sorely missed already. Thanks for teaching me. Number 1 will always be your place.

Karen Goodfriend Hoover

18 February 2021

My brother was the best brother anyone could have. He would do anything for anyone. Have to many great memories to share but they are with me forever. Love you brother fly high! Til I see you again

Erin (Akins) Hicks

17 February 2021

A precious man. Alan was always a call away. He was there for everyone and anyone. Growing up just two houses down from him, Pam & the boys was so much fun. We had so many great times whether at 7 Flags Speedway, or at the house playing. Alan, was there to help however he could when it came to my mom & dads vehicles. He was a person so strength, & wisdom. He always told it was, whether you liked it or not-that was just Alan. He was great friend, would give you the shirt off of his back. To Jad & Austin-Your daddy loved y’all with all of his might & heart. To have known Alan, was to love Alan. He will so deeply missed by so many people! RIP❤️ I hope you’re up there doing burn outs & watching over us!

Russell Packer

17 February 2021

Had allen as a Trainer for patriot towing . Going to miss him and his funny stories but I'm really going to miss his advice .. rest easy my friend . My prayers are for the family.

From Russell

Khyle Woods

17 February 2021

Sending condolences to the family and friends . The bible promises of a time when death will be gone from the earth. Revelation 21:3,4 says With that I heard a loud voice from the throne say: “Look! The tent of God is with mankind, and he will reside with them, and they will be his people. And God himself will be with them. And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.” I hope this brings relief.

Debra Mayfield

17 February 2021

The staff of Whitley-Garner at Rosehaven Funeral Home and Memorial Park would like to extend our most sincere condolence to the Goodfriend Family. We would like to thank you for entrusting the care of your loved one into our hands. Please remember you are not alone and we will always be here for you.

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