OBITUARY

Jeffrey Lee Goodin

June 25, 1957February 10, 2020

Jeffrey Lee Goodin, 62, of Warm Springs, GA, passed away on Monday, February 10, 2020. He was preceded in death by his father Leroy F. Goodin and a brother, Walter Lee Goodin. He is survived by his mother Ina Goodin; two brothers Mike Goodin, Stephen (Ava) Goodin; ten nieces and nephews, Lee Goodin, Michael Goodin, Jr., Theo (Michelle) Goodin, Emily (Ryan) Langenderfer, Derek Goodin, Laura (Tim) Youngblood, Anna (Robby) Triest, Erika Seabury, Matthew Goodin and Joshua (Jennifer) Goodin; and a host of other relatives and friends.

A Celebration of Life Service will be held on Saturday, February 15, 2020 at 2:00 p.m. in Heritage Hall of Alabama Heritage Funeral Home, with burial to follow in Alabama Heritage Cemetery. Visitation will be held from noon until time of service.

Services

  • Visitation Saturday, February 15, 2020
  • Celebration of Life Service Saturday, February 15, 2020

Memories

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Kelly Owens

February 14, 2020

He was very friendly to the students & staff of Roosevelt Warm Springs. He will be greatly missed. Rest In Peace Mr. Jeff. We will see each other again one day when we all get to Heaven.

John Forrester

February 13, 2020

He was very friendly to the students & staff of Roosevelt Warm Springs. He will be greatly missed. Rest In Peace Mr. Jeff. We will see each other again one day when we all get to Heaven.

Donna Folden

February 13, 2020

Jeff will be missed greatly in his role as friend and mentor. He had a special relationship with students and staff. His shoes will be hard to fill.

Penny Hale

February 13, 2020

We are so shocked to hear of Jeff's passing. He often visited our office for his insurance needs. Here at Meadows Insurance, we thought very highly of him and will miss seeing him. Our sympathy to the family!

Penny Hale

Alicia Tucker

February 12, 2020

I learned of Jeff’s passing from my son, Matthew, who knew him from his time as a student at Roosevelt’s at Warm Springs. Matthew told me how kind and funny he was every morning as the kids waited in line for their meds. He also told me that Mr. Jeff and he had a running connection with the Muppets. I am sorry for his family’s loss, he sounds like a great person that put a smile on the faces of many people.

Matthew Goodin

February 12, 2020

Words can’t describe the loss Uncle Jeff’s sudden passing will have on me. Other than my own parents, I never knew a more sweet person who I’ll always be proud to call my family—my uncle.

His time with us was tragically short and he’ll be missed among many including myself! But for as short as it was, I’m grateful for having such a wonderful person as him in my life.

He was the fun and sincere uncle. He found ways to talk with people rather than at people—a character trait I admire. He and I enjoyed many wonderful late night discussions on life, death and our shared interests in film. Uncle Jeff was the uncle I could count on to be there for me and my family emotionally and spiritually. I know my dad was proud of him. And I’m sure he’s happy to see my parents and his own father, my grandfather again in God’s kingdom.

Rest In Peace Uncle Jeff. I look forward to seeing you, Mom and Dad again. I’ll miss you and love you always.

— Matthew

Austin Goodin

February 12, 2020

Uncle Jeff was a nice and kind soul. Always was joyful. He followed up with me Jan 11th 2020 to see how I was doing. He was always thinking of others. I will miss him !!!!!!

Theo Goodin

February 12, 2020

Uncle Jeff will always hold a special place in our hearts. He was the fun Uncle that took time to talk and play with his nieces and nephews when we where growing up. I can remember as child my brothers and I would go over to our grandparent’s home for a Sunday afternoon lunch. Uncle Jeff would be there with a big smile on his face ready to spend time with his extended family. We would spend time outside playing in the backyard or walking around on the sidewalk in front of their home. He would tell us of stories about of him and his brothers growing up in the Montgomery area during this time we spent together when he was child. We all cherish those stories.

Everyone that knew Uncle Jeff knew his deep love with Jesus Christ and his family. You will be truly missed. May God wrap his love around my Grandmother and our family during this difficult time.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY