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Leonard Dean Goff

March 25, 1961April 21, 2013

Leonard Dean Goff, 52 of San Antonio, TX passed away on April 21, 2013. Leonard was born in Valparaiso, FL, Eglin AFB on March 25, 1961. Leonard worked as a maintenance supervisor for many years. He enjoyed many hobbies, the greatest of which was riding his motorcycle. He also enjoyed playing poker with family and friends. Leonard was a "jack of all trades". He never hesitated to help his family or friends even if it meant sacrificing his time off. He was determined to be the Shepherd that watched over his family. Leonard will be remembered as a simple man who enjoyed life. Leonard was a free spirit that lived by the mottos: "It is what it is" and "It's all good". Leonard is survived by his life partner, Angela Kiebler, sons, Anthony Goff and Joshua Mancini, aunt, Loretta F. Tyus, brothers, Michael L. Goff, Richard S. Goff and spouse, Rosanna M. Goff. Diana L. Dodson, Patricia A. Myers and spouse, Billy Myers, Barbara J. Diggs and spouse, James Diggs, Debra J. Garner and spouse, Gary Garner. He is also survived by numerous nieces and nephews and his beloved dogs, "Piggy" and "Channel". Leonard is preceded in death by his father, Richard L. Goff and mother, Cornelia A. Goff, sister, Wanda Barrera The memorial service will be held at 7 p.m. on April 26, 2013 at Sunset Northwest Funeral Home on 6321BanderaRoad. Leonard's family would like to thank everyone for their love and support during this difficult time.

Services

  • Memorial Service Friday, April 26, 2013
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Angela Kiebler

May 23, 2014

Thank you from the bottom of my heart for being you. You truly where an amazing man and one in a million. You will always be my heart. Love you more. Your wife Angela.

Angela Keebler

April 22, 2014

I remembered when we first kissed. The world stood still. I knew I wanted to spend the rest of my life with you.
I remembered when you died the world stood still. I wanted to spend the rest of my life with you..
Love you now and forever, Angela

Angela Kiebler

April 22, 2014

Wrapped around your heart, wrapped up in your love.... That's where I want to be forever.
Love you forever, Angela

Angela Kiebler

April 22, 2014

I have been reading all of the love letters we wrote each other. It was very hard to pick one. So,I decided to share a few lines. I'm truly a lucky man to be loved by you. You are what I've always needed. I will love you always Leonard. I will look for you at the end of the road at the top of the mountain. When we skydive. I know you will catch me if I fall. Love you more Angela. You are truly an Angel catch me when I fall.
Love you to the moon and back Angela

mike elolf

May 24, 2013

From south padre to sturgis we rode brother. My rearvveiw mirrorvwill never look the same without you there.love and miss you always. Ride on brother.

freddy rodriguez

May 24, 2013

He was a good man, we are going to miss him very much. He will always be in my heart love u bro.

Danny Foster and Family

May 24, 2013

Leonard touched all of our lives in our little family of riders. We rode to Sturgis, South Padre, Terlingua and numerous Texas Hill Country rides. Leonard always rode in the third position and I could always see him in my left mirror. Even though he is not physically riding with us now, I still can see him in my left mirror. I know that he is there with every mile that we ride. After Leonard passed, I started playing "Simple Man" by Lynyrd Skynyrd and I play it every time for him at Knuckleheads. I really feel that the song describes him to a "T". God Bless you Leonard and your family.

Sherri Purnell

May 22, 2013

I agree with Billy, it is very hard to talk about Leonard and that he is no longer with us. But, I have so many wonderful memories with him and Angela. He touched so many people in a great way! Always treating me as a family member off the bat, I hope to live more like him!

Rudy Vogt

May 22, 2013

I have lost a very close friend that was there for you no matter what he was doing.I'am going to miss you coming over to my BBQ and just hanging out with me and my family.Going to miss go out in the hill country Ride it just not same with out you Brother.

Darrell Goff

May 22, 2013

No regrets…no regrets…you lived life to the fullest and brighten the faces of so many people. I have always looked up to you; like a son would his father. I miss the many life lessons while sitting in your garage. I miss working side by side with you on the many family projects. I miss playing poker and golf with you. I miss the few bike rides we had going through the San Antonio country side. I miss just sitting around and having a cold one with you. I miss….I just simply miss you Leonard. I am the man I am today because of you. I'll see you in the future.

~Darrell Goff