Thomas Goff

Thomas George "Bud" Goff

Saturday, February 15th, 1936 - Monday, May 13th, 2019
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Thomas George “Bud” Goff, born Feb 15, 1936, died suddenly Monday May 13, 2019 at Adirondack Medical Center of Saranac Lake. He was the son of Robert and Hazel (Tyler) Goff.

Bud worked for NYS DOT for 29 years. He’s been retired for 21 years. Bud lived for his family - kids, grand kids and great grandkids alike!!! He was willing to help anyone in a bind.

Bud is survived by his wife Ardeth Mae (Flint) Goff of 64 years, 4 children Calvin, Kevin( Lucy), Melody Law(Roy Warner), and Timothy(Susan), 11 grandchildren - Shannon Goff, Noel Goff, Ashley(Brian) Maddaugh, Amanda Goff, Kevin Jr. (Darcy) Goff, Karl (Rebecca) Law, Chad Law, Jordon (Mallory) Law, Phillippe Goff, Travis Goff, Samuel Goff, 11 great grandchildren, many nieces and nephews and 3 brothers Gene, Donald, and David and only surviving sister Betty Wilson.

Funeral arrangements are in care of the Fortune-Keough Funeral Home, 20 Church Street, Saranac Lake, NY. The family has requested no calling hours. Burial with graveside services will be at Union Cemetery in Vermontville at 2:00pm Wednesday May 15, 2019 with Reverend Daniel Shumway officiating. Friends wishing to remember Bud can make memorial donations to the Saranac Lake Central School District for students in need of a lunch in care of the funeral home.

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  • Service

    Wednesday, May 15th, 2019 | 2:00pm
    Wednesday, May 15th, 2019 2:00pm
    Union Cemetery
    Route 3
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    Rev. Daniel Shumway
  • Interment

    Union Cemetery
    Route 3
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email


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Julie Ulacco Woodcock

Posted at 02:53pm
Ardie, Tim and Family,

We are so sorry to hear of Bud's passing. He was a good and caring neighbor whom we shared a few laughs with in the short time we have lived here. While this is a very sad and difficult time, we do hope that very soon all your memories will be of the happiest times you all had together.

Julie and Peter Woodcock

Terrie Perkins

Posted at 09:46am
I remember Bud always had a smile and a kind word whenever I saw him. He was kind and nice and a gentle soul. I am so sorry for your loss.
Terrie and Philip Perkins

Alan and Robin Oliver

Posted at 08:43am
Our deepest sympathy to the entire Goff family. Uncle Bud was a wonderful quiet, humble family man with a slow speaking voice and a homespun humor that makes me smile just remembering him. We had not seen him in a while since moving to North Carolina but will always remember his common sense, hard working manner, which he and Ardie passed on to all of their children and grandchildren.

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