Barbara H. Goff
August 28, 1947 – February 8, 2020
Barbara Heil Goff, 72, went to her heavenly home on February 08, 2020.
Ms. Goff was a member at St. Bartholomew Catholic Church. Barbara was a very creative woman, she enjoyed sewing, painting, woodworking, cooking and also gardening. She had a very artistic mind and loving heart for children. She loved her family and enjoyed cooking for them and playing dominos when they were together, which was a time she loved the most.
Ms. Goff is preceded in death by her father, Frank Heil Sr., sister Brenda Hancock, and nephew Christopher Heil.
Left to carry on her memory is her mother, Louise Bischoff Heil, children, Ginger Ina (Richard) and Ned Goff Jr., grandchildren; Alison, Michael, Kate Ina, and Nate Goff, siblings; Marilyn Heil- Weber, Frank Heil Jr. (Connie), Gwen DeMuth, Douglas Heil (Terry), Joy Small (Bill), and brother-in-law Jerry Hancock, along with many nieces and nephews.
Visitation will take place on Wednesday, February 12, 2020, from 2:00-8:00pm, at Arch L. Heady at Resthaven Funeral Home, 4400 Bardstown Road Louisville, KY 40218.
Funeral Mass is at St. Bartholomew Catholic Church, 2042 Buechel Bank Road Louisville, KY 40218 at 10:00am. Ms. Goff will be laid to rest in Resthaven Memorial Park.
- Visitation Wednesday, February 12, 2020
- Funeral Mass Thursday, February 13, 2020
Barbara H. Goff
February 12, 2020
Barbara was a one-of-a-kind person. When we first moved in our present home in 97, she came over with plants galore and helped me plant them! I was fortunate enough to get to enjoy her fabulous culinary skills several times. Oh, how she could cook!! Barbara was a kind person and she'll truly be missed. Dennis and I want to extend our condolences to Barbara's wonderful family.
February 10, 2020
So, I remember spending Spring Breaks with my aunt & cousins. We'd blast music & dance crazy around the house. I remember skate parties my cousins & I would have in the basement. A lot of us remember her "scarry face" that she would do & chase us around. I'm told my cousin Amanda has perfected this scarry face. She was a babysitter for my son Conner & she's well known for her meals. My personal favorite was her chicken & dumplings. I'm so grateful to have talked to her one last time with my daughter, Hailey, best friend, Shawna & my aunt Terry. We all laughed during that visit & I will cherish this memory forever. May Aunt Brenda, grandpa, cousin Christopher, & Charlie wrap their loving arms around you. Until we meet again. Love, Tara