Bobbie Sue Daniell Goldin

May 30, 1931January 4, 2021

Bobbie Sue Daniell Goldin, 89, of Lexington, SC died Monday, January 4, 2021. She was the beloved daughter of the late Isaac Nathaniel and Delia Williams Daniell of Buchanan, Georgia. She was a 1948 graduate of Buchanan High School and a 1950 graduate of West Georgia College. She retired from the US Dept. of Agriculture’s Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service.

Bobbie was a life-long Methodist and had been an active member of Lexington United Methodist Church since moving to South Carolina in 1962. She was especially fond of her duties preparing communion for her church family. She loved sitting in an aisle seat so she could distribute hugs and well wishes on Sunday mornings.

In addition to her parents, Bobbie was predeceased by her sweetheart and husband of fifty-five years, Curtis F. Goldin; a sister, Mildred D. Holcomb of Buchanan, Georgia and a brother, Rex I. Daniell of Jersey, Georgia.

She is survived by her children, Debbie G. and Phil Dooley of Lexington and Danny E. Goldin of Lancaster, SC. Bobbie is also survived by her grandchildren to whom she was lovingly known as “Mimi”: Christopher and Ashley M. Dooley of Lexington, Benjamin Goldin of Columbia, Rachel G. and Josh Peake of Lexington, Mary Elizabeth Goldin of Winnsboro, Taylor and Courtney S. Dooley of Leesville, and Joseph Goldin of Greer. “Mimi” was especially proud of her great-grandchildren, Connor and Jacob Dooley, Ava Grace Peak, Conor, Caleb, Ellie and Kinsley Goldin. In addition, Bobbie is survived by her ‘daughter-in-love’, Jorene Decell of Lexington.

Bobbie was a woman of strong and abiding faith. She knew the power of prayer and kept the lines of communication open with her Lord through a rich and disciplined prayer life. Her prayers of intercession on behalf of her family were our finest treasure. “Pray about it” was her motto. Bobbie faced her final years of physical and mental decline with grace and peace that came from knowing Whose she was and where she was going. She spent her entire life readying herself for January 4, 2021.

The family would like to thank the many kind and loving caregivers who helped our mother through her last years: Selena Wise, Daybreak Adult Care Services, Morningside Assisted Living, FirstLight Home Care, Carroll Campbell Place. There are, indeed, angels among us.

Due to COVID-19, the family will celebrate Bobbie’s life with a private service and committal on Saturday, January 16, 2021. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Lexington United Methodist Church, 309 East Main St., Lexington, SC 29072.

Caughman-Harman Funeral Home, Lexington Chapel is assisting the family with arrangements.


  • Lexington United Methodist Church


  • Private Family Service

    Saturday, January 16, 2021


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Perry Rainey

January 15, 2021

The world lost a Saint when Bobbie Goldin passed away. She exuded love, grace and kindness. Cindy Rainey and I loved her very much and we will miss her. Prayers for all her immediate and extended family.

Susan Wade

January 14, 2021

What a beautiful and inspirational obituary and equally beautiful picture of a beautiful lady inside and out. Her memory will live on inside your hearts forever. Thinking of all of you and sending my love.
Susan Hite Wade

Susan Mitton

January 14, 2021

Love to the family. Bobbie always shared her love and experiences with her church family. She was such an asset to LUMC, loving and caring, asking about our family members. She and Curtis were such treasures, glad they are together once again.

Cecelia Barker

January 14, 2021

Prayers for peace and comfort for all her family and friends. I feel like I knew Mimi through Jorene. From all I know she was one remarkable woman.

Patsy Caldwell

January 14, 2021

I had the privilege of working at the FSA office for many years with Mrs. Bobbie. She was such a joy to be with each day. She loved her job and farmers. Always with a smile on her face. Many shared tears and laughter I will always remember. Sure learned a lot about life too also. She loved her husband and family so much. I’m sure God said well done good and faithful servant! Love you Ms. Bobbie!

Diane Williams

January 14, 2021

She was a wonderful lady with great adventures and sweet stories I love when she came to Buchanan to see her sister Mildred which was my aunt and I love there fun stories and had the best food.Mildred and Lawrence s house was full of family and love .What a treasure she was and loved her family.Love your sweet family Diane from Buchanan

Mary Bugay

January 14, 2021

I was one who was blessed by Ms Bobbie’s prayers during an illness of my own. I received many cards from her during that time. But most importantly, she kept my name on a sticky note beside her plate at the table so she’d remember to pray for me daily! I know I was one of many who benefited from her heartfelt prayers. What a remarkable role model for us all! I will miss her sweet smiles at CCP.
Mary Bugay