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In memory of David Goff

Created by Family Of David Goff

David Goff

David was my wonderful older brother. He loved everyone and made sure to tell you, even if he saw you for a minute. He was a great person to be around and had a lot of thoughts and opinions on life.
I always thought that if David wanted true help he would ask. His death has taught me that this is not true. People that have an addiction need your assistance to get the help they need and want. They may not admit that they need you, but deep down inside they do and they need you every step of the way. I just wish I had realized this before he died and I would still have my loving older brother.
Some days I am angry. I am angry that he didn't think about what he was doing to all of us when he decided to make his mistakes. But, soon after I have that thought; I cry because I know he was sick and needed my help. I can honestly say that David left a lot behind that was good and bad. I will miss him everyday of my life and pray where ever he is today that he knows how much we all love him and wish he was home.

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Guest Book


1. Theresa Basting
Thank you for sharing your feelings it helps us to know we are not alone when feeling those very same things. God's peace be with you.
2. Theresa Basting Jason's Mother
I just wanted you to know I do know what you are going through, my son died March 3rd 2008 of a heroine overdose.
3. Bethany Heinesh
If it helps you at all, please know I have struggled tremendously with this illness. In spite of all the evidence, I was the last to realize I'm an addict. It's taken years to accept I have a disease. I've seen hell on earth because of my addiction, yet my mind still cries out for more.I stil fight myself from going to buy dope. It is like being a prisoner in your own body. Imagine doing the very thing you hate doing. Your brother is at peace. I hope you will find some for yourself.