1949 ~ 2017
On June 9th, 2017, we lost our beloved husband, father, and friend. Douglas "Doug" Goff, 67, husband of CareyLyn Carter Goff of San Antonio, genuinely loved and cared for his family, friends, and fellow human beings. Doug will best be remembered as a deeply spiritual and compassionate man with a heart as big as Texas. Doug was kind and generous, loving, always quick to lend a hand, listen, encourage, and serve others in need.
Doug was born on August 19, 1949 to James Eugene Goff and Shirley Chesnut Goff and raised in Midvale, Utah. Growing up in Utah, Doug became a diehard Utah Jazz basketball fan. Even moving to San Antonio and living in Spurs country for many years didn't change that. It made for interesting light-hearted rivalries among his friends who were Spurs fans. He enjoyed watching every Utah Jazz game - and if he missed one, he had it recorded - in his man cave.
Doug was a self-employed businessman from the time he was a boy and has been involved in many successful ventures throughout his life. He also enjoyed singing karaoke and attending a variety of his kids' events, many of them for sports.
He is survived by his wife, CareyLyn Carter-Goff, and their child, Gunnar James Goff; his first wife Virginia "Ginger" Humphrey Goff, and their children: Jason Douglas Goff (Lupe) of Houston, Texas, Kristan Sanchez (Estevan) of Jacksonville, Florida, Shama Kacie Heaps (Isaac) of Salt Lake City, Utah, and James Lewis Goff of Salt Lake City, Utah; his brother, David Goff, and sister, Judith Cook; and 10 grandchildren.
Friends and Family may call Friday from 6:00 to 8:00 pm at Vaughan's Funeral Home, 319 E San Antonio Ave, Boerne, TX. The funeral to celebrate Doug's life will take place on Saturday at 1:00 pm at Vaughan's Funeral Home.
Funeral arrangements are under the care and direction of Vaughan's Funeral Home in Boerne. To leave condolences for the family, please visit vaughansfuneralhome.com