Justin Barry Goff

August 9, 1980January 26, 2019

Justin Barry Goff, 38, of Lexington, Kentucky passed away Saturday, January 26, 2019.

He was born to Barry Goff and Kathryn Aldridge Goff on August 9, 1980 in Louisville, Kentucky.

Justin worked for Aerotek doing Electrical Maintenance.

Left to cherish his memory are his father; Barry Goff, mother; Kathryn Aldridge Goff, brothers; Jeremiah and Joel Goff, sister; Heather Jones (Toni), and a host of extended family and friends.

A Celebration of Life Gathering will be held at Heady-Radcliffe Funeral Home on Saturday, February 9, 2019 from 1-5pm.

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  • Celebration of Life Gathering Saturday, February 9, 2019

Justin Barry Goff

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Pete Wilson

February 13, 2019

Justin Goff was a soldier of mine in the 101st Airborne Division. He was always a good soldier. Even when things got tough, Justin had a smile on his face. Always a great dependable friend to his fellow soldiers. May you rest in peace Justin. We'll meet again on the high ground. God bless you buddy.

Sean Hogan

February 7, 2019

Justin's exuberant and charismatic personality was equal to no one. His adventurous and free spirit never went unnoticed. To his coworkers here at Toyota, his vast knowledge, intuitiveness and inventiveness was invaluable to our team. For many of us, his empathetic and compassionate heart made him a true friend to all of us that were fortunate enough to have his life cross paths with our own. Justin will be greatly missed. Although the many good memories he shares with so many of us, will never be forgotten.

Jim Brown

January 29, 2019

Had just started getting to know Justin through a fun run club. Justin added to the fun! We are all shocked and saddened by his passing. Praying for your comfort and Justin's peace.
-Jim <><

Brandy Iglinsky

January 28, 2019

I didn't know just for very long, but him and I became close friends and he always would call me, or text me to see what I was doing, or Just to entertain him while he was at work. He always told me I'm a blast to be around and just like him, he was also a blast to be around. This young man right here would give you his last dollar, his shirt off his back if you needed it and never thought twice about it. When I received a private message about his passing, I was in denial and still am. I've been calling his phone, sending him text messages hoping just maybe he would answer me. I will miss you Justin and your warm hugs, forever your friend Brandy. Love you!!!!

Melissa Blair

January 28, 2019

There are so many stories and wonderful memories we had and this photo has a lot of stories. Justin you are an amazing, caring neighbor & friend. I dont know how I am going to open my door every day without thinking of you or waiting for you to come over and tell me about your day.
Love ,Melissa aka Skullcrusher & Courtney & Zachary Blair ❤