Carol Kay Burge Goodrich met her beloved Saviour May 23, 2018. She was the epitome of a Godly woman and was adored by family, friends and all that knew her. She was born in Warren, Ohio, the daughter of Harry Wilfred Burge and Beth Doris Hanson and grew up in New Orleans, LA. She graduated from Alcee Fortier Sr. High School and Soule Business College. Visiting at Ascension Funeral Home, 426 W. New River St., Gonzales, LA on Monday, May 28, 2018 from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. with services at 7:00 p.m. conducted by Pastor Dave Smith. Preceded in death by her parents; husband, Ray Alton Goodrich Jr.; son, Bert Franklin Goodrich II; and grandson, Ray Alton Goodrich IV. She is survived by 5 children, Ray Alton III (Nina), Dale Burge Sr. (Hope), Beth Lane Hopkins, Brad Perrin Sr., and Heather Kay Karp (Nathan); grandchildren, Patti Jo (Ray Alton IV), Kay Case Schenk (Ryan), Dale Burge II (Kelley), Brooke Yvette, Joshua Dale (Lauren), Claire Elise, Drew Edward (Cynthia), Lane Josiah, Brianna Nicole, Brad Perrin II, Ashton Ray, and Grace Elizabeth Goodrich, Abbey Michelle and Jewel Lane Hopkins, Solomon Joseph and Sarah Kaylin Karp; and great-grandchildren, Allysa Jo, Victoria Anne, Ray Alton V, Dale Burge III, and Ryleigh Blake Goodrich, Kinley Charlotte Hoffman, Evan Joseph, Caleb Davis, and Maggie Joelle Schenk, and Emery Alexandra Williams. Please visit the online guestbook.
I am so thankful and glad that Momma received the memorial service she desired. Momma has always been my momma, but she has been my friend for decades...I miss my friend
Ray A. Goodrich IIIPrairieville, LA
Our hearts are with this family
may God help ease the pain of loss.
Dale all our prayers to you and your family...God Bless Thomas and Patricia Rumore
Patricia RumoreSlidell, LA
My beautiful, sweet, and love Memaw.. I have missed you every second since you went home, and I will forever miss you until I see you again. I love you, my Memaw❤️
your Claire BearGonzales, LA
There really aren't sufficient words to describe my love for my Mother. She was such a spiritual force in my life; always pushing me towards the Lord. I've never known someone so giving and gracious to family, friends, and even strangers. So many people have come to live with us over the years because they had no where to go...Momma wouldn't allow anyone to go without. She would always go out of her way to make others feel special and loved. My sister reminded me that it was by LOVE that Mom was COMPELLED. (I'll let Beth share that beautiful story.) She was clothed in beauty, grace, peace, love, and wisdom. I'm blessed to have called her Momma and Friend; my biggest cheerleader, my rock, my voice of reasoning. My love and grief run deep today...I miss you Momma and can't wait to see you again. ♥ HK
Heather Kay Goodrich KarpTucson, AZ