Raymond Leonard Goodfellow

September 18, 1941March 13, 2021

Raymond Leonard Goodfellow was born on September 18th 1941, and passed away at the age of 79 on March 13, 2021.

He is survived by; Kathleen Goodfellow, 2 sons, Jeffrey (Denise), Christopher (Ruth), 6 Grandchildren, Margaret (Zach), John (Nicole), Peter, Frances, Benjamin, Phillip and 2 Great Grandchildren, Harrison and Angus. With heavy hearts we say goodbye to a loving Dad, Grandad, Great-Grandad, and beloved friend.

Raymond worked hard throughout his life as a farmer up to a ripe old age and even when his health made it very hard for him to continue he still tried to keep going. He was fortunate enough to travel the world in his lifetime, and see many different countries and places. Raymond had a wild and boisterous personality, always making people laugh wherever he went. He loved his sons and showed great love towards his Grandchildren and Great-Grandchildren. All his life he treasured his dogs, and spent his life loving man’s best friend. His presence in all of our lives will be dearly missed.

A funeral service was held in the Poplar Grove Church, south of Broadview, on Sunday, March 21, 2021 at 1 p.m. by invite only.

For anyone wishing to make a donation in Raymond’s honour donations can be made to the Poplar Grove Church, PO Box 626, Broadview, S0G 0K0, SK. There will be a donation box at the church on the day of the funeral.


  • Jeffrey Goodfellow, Active Pallbearer
  • John Goodfellow, Active Pallbearer
  • Ben Goodfellow, Active Pallbearer
  • Zach Phillips, Active Pallbearer
  • Jeff Phillips, Active Pallbearer
  • David Bettschen, Active Pallbearer


  • Funeral Service

    Sunday, March 21, 2021


Raymond Leonard Goodfellow

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Myra Lerat

March 18, 2021

Sincere condolences to the family It was my pleasure to know Raymond. It didn’t matter where you met him, he was always happy to greet you. May your love and memories keep him close to your heart until you meet him again. Rest In Peace my friend. - Myra Lerat.

Jeff and Kelley Phillips

March 18, 2021

Raymond blessed our lives in so many ways. We never quite knew what to expect with him, and we were often surprised—he ALWAYS made us laugh! We won’t ever forget this man who loved his family deeply (almost as much as he loved his dogs), and spoke with authenticity and candor. His presence has added so much to the first two years of our Saskatchewan lives, and our hearts already feel his absence. There’s a Granddad-sized hole in our hearts, Raymond. We’ll see you when we get Home!! Love you, Jeff and Kelley