Orson J. Goins

In Loving Memory

Orson J. Goins, 86 of Butler, Missouri passed away January 5, 2017 at Medicalodge of Butler.  Funeral Services will be held 2:00 pm Monday, January 9, 2017 at the Butler Restoration Church, Butler, Missouri.  Visitation will be held Monday prior to the service from 1:00 to 2:00pm also at the church.  Cremation will follow services and  a private inurnment will take place in Fort Scott National Cemetery, Fort Scott, Kansas.  Services are under the direction of Mullinax Funeral Home (660-679-0009).  Memorial contributions are suggested to The Butler Restoration Church or family memorial.  Messages of condolence may be left for the family at www.mullinaxfuneralhome.com.

Orson Junior Goins was born May 27, 1930 in Hammond, Indiana to Orson Daniel and Stella Marie Dale Goins.  He moved with his family to Oklahoma early in life and grew up in Fairland, OK where he attended school.  In 1952 Orson joined the US Marines and served during the Korean War.  He was united in marriage to Shirley Farrow on May 28, 1953.  Three children were born to this union.  Orson worked for over 20 years for Jackson County Missouri Juvenile Court as a Youth Worker.

Orson was preceded in death by his parents and a brother Robert Goins.  He is survived by his wife Shirley Goins of Butler, MO, son O. Dan Goins and wife Patty of Irving, TX, daughter Cindy Green and husband Bill of Blue Springs, MO, and son Preston Goins and wife Lara of Concordia, MO, grandchildren, Lara K. Bowling, Sarah Schreimann, Shane Goins, Kyle Goins, Michael Green, and Daniel Green, sisters Dorthy Norris of Independence, MO, and Betty Tillery of Rich Hill, MO.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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5 thoughts on “Orson J. Goins

  1. To Goins family: We are sorry for your loss. We are remembering your family in prayer during this difficult time.

  2. Aunt Shirley, Dan, Cindy and Preston, I have such wonderful childhood memories with your family and Uncle Orson. He always made us feel loved and special and he made me laugh. I’m sorry for your lose I know you will miss him. Love Donna

  3. I am feeling sadness with the news of the loss of a dear uncle. I have fond memories of our family get-togethers during the time you lived in Canada. The most common image that comes to mind of Uncle Orson is his sense of humour. I will always picture him proudly riding his beautiful horse in the Wiarton parades. I wish I could be there to give you a hug in person. May you be comforted with warm memories, Aunt Shirley, Dan, Cindy, Preston and your families.

  4. It is with sincere Love and Deep emotions I send a Final Salute to My Friend, Orson.
    I worked, Fished, Laughed and even Cried with Orson…..what a Friend !!
    We talked about our kids, Grandkids and Our wives…..what a Friend !!

    I and my family have been blessed to know Orson for almost 20 plus years….please know that Orson always spoke with Love about his family. He showed me the Way to be a Better Man….May God Continue to Bless Each and Everyone of you….Kids Hug your Mom she has been the Greatest !!

    Malik R Rachmann and Family

  5. To the family of Orson Goins We are thinking of you today Aunt Shirley. Also Dan, Cindy, Preston and your families. I have wonderful fond memories of my Uncle Orson from my childhood. I know it was his time to go and he had been in pain so there is comfort in that knowing he is in a better place. Take care Aunt Shirley.
    Love to you all
    Brenda and Robert

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