Condolence & Memory Journal

I am very saddened by Randy's passing. We grew up together in Westwood and went to school together for twelve years ( St. Andrews and Porter Gaud ). Played basketball together and got into our share of trouble together too. I' ll never forget how excited he was by the white GTO convertible his parents gave him for him and Dixie to go cruising around in. We lost touch when we both went out of state to go to college but I will always count him as a friend. May God bless and keep you Randy Goer .

Posted by Oliver Rogers - Mount Pleasant, SC - Friend   February 11, 2018

I was so shocked and saddened by the loss of Randy. My deepest condolences and sympathy to the family and sincere regret that I couldn't be there. I know how terribly hard it is to lose a sibling, but from experience, the ache does ease and the memories are always there. One day, the joy of having had him in your life will outweigh the grief of not having him right here. Love and sympathy to you all, Bootsie

Posted by bootsie terry - Charleston, SC - Friend   February 10, 2018

To the Goer family - I'm so very sorry for your loss! Sending much love and praying for your comfort.

Posted by Celie Metz Addy - North Charleston, SC - Family Friend   February 08, 2018

Mr. Goer was a true Charlestonian who created an incredible family. His son, Ryan, is a true friend and wonderful man just like his father. Mr. Goer showed me kindness and he will be remembered with fondness and admiration. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Goers. We know Randy will live on through you all. Love, Rich and Michaela

Posted by Richard Burke and Michaela Landay - Boston, MA   February 08, 2018

Candle

Billy Meisburger

Posted by - Charleston, SC   February 08, 2018

What a loss for so many. I shall always remember Randy's beautiful friendly smile to us. His family always were there for him. love to all of them, especially his mother.

Posted by Ann Rogers - Charleston, SC   February 08, 2018

My condolences to the Goer family we were all childhood friends .

Posted by Wanda Zinn Mirkis - Atlantic Beach, FL - Friend   February 08, 2018

I haven't seen Randy since high school, but he left the impression of being a kind soul. I leave my sincere condolences to his family and friends for their sorrow and loss. May Randy rest in peace.

Posted by Nena Chalmers - Charleston, SC - Friend   February 08, 2018

To The Goer Family, Timmy and I are so sadden by the passing of one of the most caring and loving persons that we will have ever had the honor of knowing. Randy was a very dear friend that we all will miss.

Timmy and Terry Cuzzell

Posted by Terry Cuzzell - Charleston, SC - Friend   February 08, 2018

Posted by Jimmy Gray - Ravenal, SC   February 07, 2018

The sincerest of condolences. May his memory be a blessing to all of you. Randy was one good egg. I have nothing but the fondest of memories of our times together. Albeit. 40:years ago. May he Rest In Peace.

Posted by Shelley Davimos - RED BANK, NJ   February 07, 2018

I was saddened to learn of the loss of Randy. We were classmates at St Andrews Elementary School. We had assigned seats and somehow almost every year I was seated behind Randy . He was clearly one of the smartest students in the class. He was also one of the most sincerely well liked people in his grade. Both teachers and students thought highly of Randy. He was very entertaining and fun and a kind person. We ended up going to different schools after 6th grade, though my daughter and Ryan were later classmates at Porter Gaud. I am saddened by your great loss and will keep you in my thoughts and prayers.

Posted by Janet Hopkins - Charleston, SC - Classmate   February 07, 2018

Candle

My old friend you will be missed. Sail on to the castles in the sky.

Posted by Sid Codespoti - Charleston, SC - Friend   February 07, 2018

My condolences goes out to Randy family I know he will be missed by all that he touched during his lifetime,

Posted by Jennifer Gethers - Charleston, SC   February 07, 2018

My condolences to the family. May the wonderful memories of your loved one comfort you until God's promises are fulfilled. Matthew 5:5

Posted by A friend   February 07, 2018