Raymond Ray Goodale

March 16, 2020

Raymond Ray Goodale 73, of  McDavid, Fl., passed away on March  9, 2020 at the home of his son in Pace, FL.

Raymond “Bud” Goodale was born in Pensacola, FL, to George and Margie Goodale on September 30, 1946.  He attended and graduated Ernest Ward High School where he was part of  Future Farmers of America and played high school football.  He worked as a custom cabinet and furniture carpenter for many years. Raymond also enjoyed hunting and fishing with family.

Raymond is preceded in death by his father, George Goodale; brother, Howard Goodale; sister-in-law, Nellie Goodale; niece, Beth Goodale; and great-grandson, Myles Hart.

Raymond is survived by his son, Mikele Goodale (Janet Carol); daughter, Kimberly Ballinger; the mother of his children, Peggy Griffin; grandchildren, Kayleigh Hart (Jonathan), Joshua Goodale (Kaitlyn), Dallas Goodale (Kayla), Taten Swanson (Avigail), and Alyson Goodale; great-grandchildren, Ayden, Emma, Chloe, Ella Kate, Brantley, Taylor, Zac, and Raelynn; mother, Margie Goodale-Boutwell; brother and sisters, Carlis Goodale, Janice Allen (Robert), Edward Goodale, Carol Askren (Willard); and many nieces and nephews.

The family of Mr. Goodale wishes to extend their sincere thanks to Dr. Qader, Dr. Bray, and staff at Select Specialty Hospital; the nursing staff with Covenant Hospice; and Dr. Ballow and Dr. Ibrahim at Baptist Hospital.


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