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R. Daley Goff, Jr.
Date of Death: May 25, 2016
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Sunday 6/26, 2:00 pm

Winchester Country Club
1300 Senseny Road
Winchester, Virginia 22602

Dr. Rowland Daley Goff, Jr., 80, of Winchester, VA died Wednesday, May 25, 2016 at home surrounded by his loving family. Dr. Goff was born in 1935 in Falcon, North Carolina, son of the late Rowland D. and Ruth Daniels Goff. He graduated from the University of North Carolina, where he was a Morehead Scholar …
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Mattie White-Davis left a message on December 23, 2017:
Rowland was a very close and devoted friend and thought it normal to put the needs of his friends ahead of himself. We met during our tenure at Duval Medical Center/University Hospital of Jacksonville. I think of him often as I did today and am so sadden to read of his passing. Although it has been sometime, I know that you still miss him, therefore I pray that the continual Peace of God be upon you as the years pass by.
jonathon f beckinger left a message on March 1, 2017:
i was one of dr goffs captives a 21 year old marine scared to death back from a place we did not want to be,dr goff kept me from a life with a colostomy ,he operated on me 5 times over a 1 year stay .we got to be such good friends he was the best man at my wedding this was april 1966.i am now 71 i will never forget him
Chuck Hairell left a message on December 28, 2016:
Daley and I worked together at Swedish Hospital in Seattle Wa, we spent many a day playing Golf, I will miss him Dearly, He was an GREAT Surgeon and even better friend
Gabe graham left a message on August 8, 2016:
I remember going up for a weekend and the only thing he would do was go play Golf or hang with us.
Steve Denney left a message on June 3, 2016:
My condolences and prayers to the Goff family. Carolina Blue has lost a True Son! When I moved to SE NC in 04 Daly asked me where, and I said a little ole town in SE NC that he probably never heard of (Shallotte). Well, with his little chuckle, told me to ask about town about Jim Vardom, who was Daly's backfield mate at NC! And I did, and most that knew Jim Vardom, knew about Daly Goff!! I've lost a great friend. I am most proud to have my name "First" on The Daly Goff Trophy at WCC! Steve Denney
Peace of mind is a call away. We're here when you need us most.
Liz Rydin left a message on June 3, 2016:
I will never forget the time that Bruce and I stayed with you and Daley showed us the secret to making perfectly cooked scrambled eggs. I almost always think of him whenever I make scrambled eggs. I can still hear him say... "You need to turn the temperature down." I've always admired the love and respect the two of you had for each other. Love you, Kath!
Donna Snyder (CNA) left a message on June 3, 2016:
Daley; it was a pleasure to have taken care of you at WMC , I enjoyed our conversations and our walks we took with Kathy... RIP my dear friend...
Richard Jamison left a message on June 2, 2016:
I don't golf, but Dr. Goff's careful and precise talents have enabled me to continue on this path through life for 22 more years, and counting. A lovable, honorable and truly indispensable man. RIP, Dr. Goff.
Robert A Melvin III left a message on June 2, 2016:
I do remember a lot of other things. I spent a week with Daley in Dunn, when they lived across the street from the Wellons and I was still in middle school. Watched him play baseball and was in awe of his talents. He was the first player I had ever seen catch pop up flies at Short Stop behind his back! Also had the opportunity to see him play at Carolina. In addition to his athletic abilities, he also had the intelligence to win a Moorehead Scholarship. His athletic abilities (hand/eye coordination), combined with the intelligence and you just knew" that he would be a brilliant surgeon. Proud to be part of the "Goff Clan". Capt. Bob Melvin USCG(ret) son of Eunice Goff
Curt Winter left a message on June 1, 2016:
Wonderful physician, excellent surgeon, and a great guy who will be missed by all. I will always remember Daily telling me where to eat the best NC BBQ.
Sheri Miller, RN left a message on June 1, 2016:
Dr. Goff was a wonderful surgeon and teacher. He allowed me to watch him do a bypass surgery when I first started to work as an RN in the WMC CCU in 1992. To his family--I am sorry for your loss. He will be missed by many.
Lynn Russell left a message on June 1, 2016:
I worked at WMC while you were a heart surgeron. You will be missed.
Margaret McMullen left a message on June 1, 2016:
Daley was a generous gentleman--a beloved father and grandfather to Elaine and Deanna, a wonderful light in their lives. The McMullen family sends their condolences.
Almeta and Don Rose left a message on June 1, 2016:
Love and prayers
Kathy Beckley left a message on June 1, 2016:
My condolences and prayers to the Goff family. I am a critical care nurse at WMC and worked with Dr Goff during his time there. I always appreciated his caring nature and expert care of his patients. I am sorry for you loss.
Margaret carpenter left a message on June 1, 2016:
I remember when my son was having dinner with friends before the homecoming dance in about 1997, Dr. Goff was eating in the same restaurant. He didn't know any of them, but he picked up the tab for the group of teenagers! They were so surprised and grateful. Such a nice thing to do! Thinking of you, Kathy.
Sallie Cupp left a message on June 1, 2016:
Dr. Goff affected every life he touched. He taught me many things when I worked with him. He had some great stories and really cared about his patients, coworkers and family. His legacy will be carried on by all those he touched. I believe he would not want tears at this time but laughter and a good cigar.
Joy Benner Nesselrodt left a message on May 31, 2016:
With the skill given to him by God, Dr. Goff lengthened my husband's life by 20 healthy and happy years. My family and I are forever grateful.
David Gann left a message on May 30, 2016:
"Johnny Cash" and I go back a long way; I sure will miss him. I remember the good times we had at One Beach Drive after a hard day of work at Bayfront Medical Center. He tried to show me how to clog, but it was useless. We tried to outdo each other in useless trivia; but he alway's won. He was alway's fun to be around. One in a million. He will be missed.
Carroll Warner left a message on May 30, 2016:
Carolina blue is shedding tears for a native son. I have fond memories of our golf days at Winchester CC. An extremely generous man. Great competitor. And he gave new life to many with the skill of his hands as a cardiac surgeon. We will miss him on this Earth.
Peace of mind is a call away. We're here when you need us most.
Took Kern left a message on May 28, 2016:
Posted a golf picture of a great foursome Daley, Took, Mackie, Bryant, to my old golf buddy a memory for all the golf we played, and the admiration I had for a great guy. You are missed and loved!!!! From Mackie, Bryant, and personally from me, Took Kern!!!
Took Kern left a message on May 28, 2016:
Posted a golf picture of a great foursome Daley, Took, Mackie, Bryant. To my old buddy a memory for all the golf we played, and the admiration I had for a great guy. You are missed and loved. From Mackie, Bryant, and personally from me. Took Kern
Rick Kern left a message on May 28, 2016:
I survived a belly bump as only Daley could do. Great guy, great man!!!
Took Kern left a message on May 28, 2016:
Posted a golf picture of a great foursome Daley, Took, Mackie, and Bryant. To my old golf buddy a memory for all the golf we played, and the admiration I had for a great guy. You are missed and loved. From Mackie, Bryant and personally from me Took Kern
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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