Raymond Irvin Good passed away October 12, 2018

Raymond Irvin Good, 91, Heber Springs, Arkansas achieved his angel wings at his home on October 12, 2018. Born March 1, 1927 in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, son of Elmer and Nellie (Peden) Good.  Preceded in death by his parents, two brothers, Donnie and Ralph, a sister Gloria J. Prothero.  Survived by his loving and devoted wife of 39 years, Lois (Wilkins)  Good: daughters, Susan Reinhardt, Fountain Hills, Arizona, Joyce Kingsbury, Fountain Hills, Arizona, Linda Spencer (Dennis), Pagosa Springs, Cindi DeWine (JJCoche), Gilbert, Arizona, and Jennifer Greene (Tim Turner) Heber Springs, Arkansas. Sons: Brian Ray Good (Lynnette), Fountain Hills, Arizona and Raymond F. Greene (Shirlene), Mesa, Arizona,  He leaves behind 12 grandchildren, Monica Teixeira (Matt), Prescott Valley, Arizona, Michael Kingsbury (Christin) Chino Valley, Arizona, Christine Jones (B J), Pagosa Springs, Colorado, Danelle Engle, Sun Tan Valley, Arizona, Aaron Good (Kailey) Fountain Hills, Arizona and Timothy Good, (Kaitlin), Fountain Hills, Arizona, Morgan Nilson (Erik) Cody Blaylock, Maddi Barbeo, Haley Greene, Garrett McCollum and Dalton McCollum.  Great Grandchilddren: Anna, Jeremiah and Jaiden Jones, Justin, David and Elena Engle, Hayden Rae and Braxton Teixeria, Henry and James Good, Dane and Cambria Kingsbury, Scarlett Nilson and soon to be born Teagan Nilson.  Brother, Ronald (Kathy) Good and Sister in law Barbara Good.  Many nephews and nieces whom he adored and loved visiting with them.  Ray worked with his Dad as a (oven) bricklayer as a teenager which led him into being the artistic stone mason.  He graduated from Johnstown High School, Johnston, Pennsylvania and served in the United States Navy during World War II.  Ray worked on Aircraft.  After the Navy Ray attended Otterbein University in Westerville, Ohio.  He became a General Contractor building custom homes and businesses in Ohio and Arizona.  He retired as a general contractor after a horse accident and supervised a HUD development in Prescott Arizona.  He then went to William Arizona and worked as their City Building Inspector. Ray loved the outdoors, hunting, boating walking thru the woods and taking his grandchildren and greats on tractor rides.  Ray was a social, gentle man that loved his family with laughter and teasing.  He was a charter member of the WWII Memorial Foundation News Orleans, Louisiana.  He was an active member of numerous organizations including the American Legion, Kiwanis, Equestrian groups, and church councils and church organizations.  He was a Sheriff with Mohave County, Arizona.  Ray loved football and each game was to be watched.  He loved his dogs, horses and parades.  He was the western cowboy. Ray was a seven year victim of lung cancer.  He was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Heber Springs and loved the chancel choir and music.  He felt at home from the very first visit. The family would like to thank Kindred Hospice (Gerrika, Joyce ad Gary), our church family especially his relationship with Rev Tommy Toombs and Rev. Jonathan Griesse.  Arrangements by Family Funeral Service of Heber Springs.  A memorial Service will be held at the First United Methodist Church of Heber Springs on Saturday, October 20, 2018 at 10:00 A.M. In Lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to the FUMC Building Fund. www.dwightfamilyfuneral.com