OBITUARY

Donna J. Goff

November 8, 1949January 4, 2021
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Donna J Goff, age 71, of Mobile, Alabama passed away on Monday, January 4, 2021. Donna was born November 8, 1949, and grew up in Leaf, Mississippi.

She studied at Asbury Theological Seminary, Asbury University, and MS Consulting at The University of South Alabama. After graduation, her life of Christian service took her to World Gospel Missions where she taught in Africa at Kenya Highlands Bible College for 10 years. Donna retired from McEachern Memorial United Methodist Church of the North Georgia Conference.

Donna loved Jesus, her family, and Alabama Football.

Donna is survived by her brothers; Bobby Goff and Rickey Goff. Her sisters; Brenda Stutz, Gloria (Charles) Krause and Betty (Lawrence) Andrews, brother in law Tommy Krause. Many nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends.

Private services will be held. Livestream available 2:00 pm Sunday, January 10, 2021, at www.facebook.com/RadneySaraland

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.RadneyFuneralHome-Saraland.com for the Goff family.

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Nancy Swearengen

January 10, 2021

Donna invited me to her Powder Springs home to watch a seasonal match-up between The Tide & LSU...at Tiger Stadium. I do not recall the year, but "intense" falls short in describing the game atmosphere. It was a 4 quarter defensive battle...bless her Crimson heart.
Donna expanded my world...not only on the gridiron...but also in the sharing of stories....Bible Stories, her stories from Kenya and Venezuela, and stories of life lived among you- her much beloved family. Stories told with a smile and a sparkle in her eyes.
I am grateful.
God bless you and keep you all.

Pam Harris

January 10, 2021

I was so blessed and thankful to have Donna as one of my best friends. What fun we had visiting, traveling, sharing meals, and worshipping together. She was a friend you could always count on to get a job done. She was a friend you could always count on for wise advice. She was a friend that would always support you and never judge. She was a friend to share laughter and tears with. I love her dearly and will miss her until we meet again.
Praying for comfort and peace for all of us that loved her.
Love, Pam

Richard Cochran

January 9, 2021

I will always remember our long trip to take you to the airport. I was worried that you were going to preach to me because you were in Bible college. You didn’t and you really encouraged me. What a special lady.

Jo Wagner

January 9, 2021

I remember Donna as a friend and my mentor, though she was younger than I. She was my example and encourager to serve others in the loving way she did. Her smile lighted up every room. On a mission trip to Louisiana, we ate at a restaurant in Lafayette, where I ordered half a dozen shrimp. They arrived, to my dismay, straight from the sea complete with eyes and feelers. After a few feeble attempts to "conquer" them, Donna sighed and said "give it to me." A few snaps and rips later, the shrimp finally looked edible. She had once again lovingly helped one in need. I am blessed to have known you. Love, Jo Wagner

Stacy Krause

January 8, 2021

Stacy Krause

January 8, 2021

Aunt Donna will be greatly missed by many. She was such a sweet soul. I knew she was always there for my family no matter what. She will always remain in my heart.🥰

Brenda Stutz

January 8, 2021

The last service Donna and I did together at Leaf Church where we were raised. The wedding of my son James and his wife Kelly. Will miss you Donna.

Amy Krause

January 8, 2021

Donna always made me feel like family.

Mary Smith

January 8, 2021

If I had known it was time to say good-bye, I would have reminded you how much you are loved as an aunt, sister, teacher, pastor and friend to many, and how dear your friendship has been to me. I would have thanked you for your kindness and thoughtfulness, for the times you listened but did not judge, for all you taught me about life and the grace extended to us all through Jesus, for the love and support you gave to my children. I would have recalled the memories we made on our travels both near and far, the fun times and special fellowship of the Sisterhood, the hours and hours of laughter and meals shared. Missing you and grieving for all of us left on this side of Heaven, but comforted knowing you are face to face with Jesus. Until we meet again dearest Donna, love, Mary

Kriste Standard

January 7, 2021

Donna was such a sweetheart. She knew we loved pralines ,so when she made her next batch she called me and said she had some for me. Best pralines ever. Donna will be missed.

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