Raymond Wallace Goodman, Jr.
Our thoughts are with Lilo and family at this sad time. Ray was one of life's gentlemen and it has been a pleasure to have known him, albeit from a distance these last few years.
May God Bless you and your family you were always nice to me.
Please accept my deepest sympathy in your loss. May God's love and comfort surround you during this time of grief. Senator Phil Berger
I first met Ray at Florida State in 1966.
He was the first to tell me about AFOSI.
I forgot his name until I walked into my
Supervisor's office in England. He had
an FSU sign in the office. It was Ray.
He was more than a boss. He was a friend
to both my wife, Monique, and myself.
We stayed in touch even after his retirement from the AF. Monique and
I lived in Spokane after I retired.
Monique called Ray and complained
about the snow and cold. Within days,
I had a call from Ray and was on a
plane for a job interview in NC. That
eventually ended with a career at ESC
with Ray again as my boss. We were
truly blessed to have Ray Goodman as
a friend. He was a man of great
character, a true patriot. He will be
A lodge brother and good friend and great boss. Many are the fond memories we will have of Ray as he goes to his celestial home.