Gerald Dean Goff, Jr.

gerald goff, jr.

February 28, 1962 ~ June 1, 2019

Resided in: Pueblo West, Colorado

Gerald Dean Goff, Jr., age 57, passed from this earthly dwelling to his heavenly reward on June 1, 2019. Our beloved husband, son, father, brother uncle and friend has left our hearts irrevocably broken, but we are consoled by the knowledge that he is with his Heavenly Father. He is survived by his loving wife of 27 years, Colleen; devoted mother, Anthoniette 'Ann' Goff; children, Sonny (Kelsey) Steir, Joshua Payne, and Justin (Annick) Payne, as well as four grandchildren. Also survived by sister, Denise (Chuck) Hood; mother-in-law, Elizabeth 'Liz' Osmanski; nephews, Jason Hood, Jeffrey (Travis) Hood; niece, Jennifer(Paul) Hood; uncle, Richard (Shirley) Marino; several brothers and sisters-in-law; nieces and nephews; cousins; beloved, longtime friends, and hundreds of daycare children. Gerald was preceded in death by his father, Gerald D. Goff, Sr., as well as, grandparents, numerous aunts, uncles friends and relatives. 'Big G' was born on February 28, 1962, to Gerald and Anthoniette (Marino) Goff in Pueblo, CO. He spent his professional life as a welder at the Trane Corporation, but his happiest times were spent with family and friends making music, camping, and enjoying their Hot Rod. Gerald and Colleen have also been beloved day care providers for hundreds of children that called him 'Uncle Gerald'. He was a member of the NRA and the National Hot Rod Association. To help us celebrate Gerald's memory, the family is asking anyone with a Classic Car or Hot Rod to drive them to the service. A Celebration of Life will be held 1 PM Saturday, June 8, at Central Christian Church, 1901 N. Hudson Ave, Pueblo. In lieu of food or flowers, the family respectfully and lovingly requests that any donation be made to Colleen Goff, c/o Jennifer Hood, 338 S Prairie Ave, Pueblo, CO 81005. Online condolences,

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  1. We loved him so much and he had the best smile. We had so much fun with him at the track and with parties. The world was a better place because of him. He will be deeply missed. See you soon.

  2. He will truly be missed. I have some of the BEST memories of him, i will never forget! Some of the best times of my life were spent growing up on the lake with this family. My heart aches for them all. RIP Uncle Gerald!

  3. Beautiful tribute to a man we all truly loved. Rest In Peace little brother. Our lives (holidays, camping, life in general) will never be the same. This is not goodbye, this is until we meet again.

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