Kenneth Alan Good


On Friday, January 29, 2021, Kenneth Alan Good, loving husband and father, passed away at the age of 74.

Service Information:

Visitation: Thurs, February 4, 2021,  1- 2pm Lake Shore Funeral Home 5201 Steinbeck Bend Drive
The memorial service will be held immediately after at 2PM.

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Ken was born on February 14, 1946 in Waco at Hillcrest Hospital to Clifford and Doris Merle (Reese) Good. He graduated from Waco High School in 1965 and joined the United States Air Force in April 1966. On March 2, 1968, after meeting on a blind date, he married Patricia Terese Good. They raised two children and would have celebrated their 53rd anniversary in March, 2021.

Kenneth was a loving husband, a devoted father, a loyal friend, and a hard worker in the concrete industry for over 35 years. He will “sho nuf” be missed for his laugh, his smile, his sense of humor, his love of Family, Golf, a cold beer on a Friday night, Cowboys football, and NASCAR racing.

Ken is preceded in death by his father, Clifford; mother, Doris Merle; step mother, Johnnie Myrum, and younger brother Neil. He is survived by his wife, Pat, two children, Brian Good & his wife, Shaina; Tammy Duke & her husband Trip; nine grandchildren, nine great grandchildren, and his best friend to the end, Billy Duke.

Place of Service: Lake Shore Funeral Home , 5201 Steinbeck Bend; Waco, TX 76708

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  1. Pat, I am so sorry to hear about your loss. I worked in the office at the concrete plant and always enjoyed knowing that Kenneth was up in the plant looking out to see if I was alright when people would come into the office. He was a good friend, as was his dad, Clifford. I’ll say some special prayers for Kenneth and you and the family.
    Andrea Walston

  2. In life Ken, you were a cherished Son, a great fun Brother, a true and reliable Friend, a wonderful Husband to my Sister Pat for very close to 53 years, and a terrific Dad to your wonderful Children,…Tammy, and Brian. You were also a special Son In Law to our Mom and Dad, and Brother In Law to five Siblings in our Family! We will all miss you, but promise to remember You by sharing our memories of You! Until we meet again……. Love You Ken.

    In Death,…. God Will Welcome You Into His Kingdom!

  3. Pat,
    I am so sorry for you and your family’s loss of Kenny. Your family is in our prayers and you all have always been in our prayers for the trying times you have endured over the past years. Even thou we seldom had the chance to visit, I know Kenny was a good man. He liked to laugh and enjoy life and his children and grandchildren. I know he will be missed. May God grant peace and comfort to all.
    Janice (Tucker) Mosig

  4. I am sad to Ken leave us but it good knowing he is no longer suffering and is at home. He will have great company and I see lots of dominoes being played with old friends. We will miss you dearly my friend.

    James Shaw

  5. Pops was such a great father-in-law to me. He was a second dad to me and I was so grateful that you asked me to sit with him on Fridays. I was so blessed to remain a part of your family and I know that he is not hurting and is in a better place now. He will continue to look down on you, Brian, Shaina, Tammy, Trip and all the grandkids and great grandkids. I know he was found of them all because he would speak about you. I love you mom and will be praying for you.

  6. Today we mourn the death of one of God’s greatest creations, Kenneth Good. Ken was my brother-in-law but he was so much more than that. Ken was my friend. Happy memories of watching the “Boys” play football, watching Dale and then Dale Jr. in the NASCAR races, going dancing with him and Patty at the country-western club Melody Ranch, competing with each other at playing pool. I had the privilege of joining Patty and Ken and their family for their 50th wedding celebration as we all shared goofy family videos created especially for the occasion. Ken, you will be forever loved and forever missed. My thoughts and prayers go out to the Good family. I love you all.

  7. I m sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family

    • Pat, Tammy and Family,

      I am so grateful to have met your entire family when I lived in Texas. I will forever have fond memories of the times we did spend with you all! Your husband and father was a special special person. I am sending lots of love and healing thoughts your way ♥️

  8. Stacie Streibel

    Pat, Brian and family,

    My deepest condolences to you all. The service was very nice and I enjoyed seeing all the great pictures and hearing the great memories.

    Stacie Streibel

  9. I am so very sorry for the loss of your sweet, beloved husband and father. I can’t even begin to understand the pain you are going through at this time. It was a beautiful service with the sharing of such wonderful and special memories of his eventful life. It’s your love and those memories that will get you through the days ahead. Hold all the special moments close to your heart and he will always be with you..
    Love, hugs, and peace to you all,
    Greg & Deanna Putnam

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