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Charles R. "Chuckie" Goff, Jr

Obituary for Charles R. "Chuckie" Goff, Jr

February 24, 1984 - February 24, 2021
Bargersville, Indiana | Age 37


Charles "Chuckie" Ray Goff Jr. made his last witty and sarcastic comment on February 24th.

Chuckie was born and immediately dubbed "perfect" to Charles R Goff Sr and Cynthia Ann Goff in 1984. He was nothing if not exact and strategic, and made sure to leave this earth in the same day as he was born.

He is survived by his adored wife of 15 years, Brittany, who can now make any d├ęcor changes she wants, as well as his 4 favorite reasons for purchasing a minivan: Adrienne, Brody, Callen and Corinne.

Additionally, he is survived by his siblings Sasha, Lillie and Skyler, all of 'the Burgh' (Edinburgh), and a ridiculous number of in-laws. A variety of nieces with questionable upbringing complete the group of those who may or may not miss Chuckie's love of poking fun at everyone's personality quirks.

Chuckie's career followed the usual path of music store clerk, to college pizza delivery driver, then car salesman, and finally into the finance industry as a regional manager. His favorite sayings regarding work included "It's math, not magic "and, "If something is worth doing, it's worth doing well." He often referenced the greatest work of advertising to be found on YouTube, namely the "badger car commercials."

His fear of missing out, along with his need for socializing exposed Chuckie's personality and sense of humor to hundreds of neighbors, co-workers, team members, friends and church goers. He also proudly takes credit for finding husbands for two of his wife's sisters. A few of these people might speak of him fondly if pressured.

Chuckie died feeling confident that the movie "Coming to America" was Eddie Murphy's finest work. His karaoke rendition of Reba McEntire's hit song "Fancy" is cemented in his families' mind for better or worse, the finest meal on the planet includes a perfectly cooked piece of meat, and you can call yourself a successful man when you purchase a lifted golf cart to cruise your neighborhood in.

His regrets were few but include experiencing the smell of NYC, not training his brain to reject cancer, and that no video evidence exists of that time he impaled his foot trying to aerate his lawn with spiked shoes he purchased online.

While many of us were upset at his early departure after only 37 years on earth, he replied "Well you know me. I always take the easy way out."
Although a less than average life span, Chuckie did not live an average life. He traveled where his wife wanted to travel, laughed inappropriately at every opportunity, dabbled in pro baseball for 2 weeks, worked at his dream job, strongly understood his purpose in life, and loved (almost) every moment he spent with his family. He looks forward to seeing you all again.

Services were private for family.

Memorial contributions may be made in honor of Chuckie to the National Brain Tumor Society, 55 Chapel St., Suite 200, Newton, MA 02458.

Arrangements by Wilson St. Pierre Funeral Service & Crematory, Greenwood Chapel.

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