John Thomas 'Tommy' Goodgame Jr. obit

John Thomas “Tommy” Goodgame Jr., age 57, of Franklin, Tennessee passed away from injuries sustained from an automobile accident on Friday, April 10 2020. Tommy was born in Burlington, North Carolina and grew up in Franklin, Tennessee, graduated from Page High School and was the owner and operator of Concrete Unlimited since 1985. Member of Epworth United Methodist Church.  

Tommy was a loving father, son, brother, G-Daddy and friend to so many. To him, there was no such thing as a stranger, just a friend he hadn’t met yet. He lit up any room he was in with his fun loving, larger than life, personality. Tommy was an avid outdoorsman that loved to hunt, fish and ride his horses. He had a heart of gold, gave and loved unconditionally. Tommy Goodgame was truly one of a kind and will be missed by all that knew him. “No Limit.” 

He is preceded in death by his grandparents. Survived by son, Zachary “Booka” (Emily) Goodgame and daughter Kaci “Rooney Bug” Goodgame; parents, John and Marie Goodgame Sr.; sisters, Charlotte (Mike) Lillard and Shannon (Tim) Pogue; grandchildren, Camryn Buchanan, Knox, River and Rowen Goodgame; favorite niece and nephew, Avery Marie and Beckett Pogue; best friend Penny Lynn Byram; and faithful companion dog, Bear.  

Time and location for his celebration of life will be announced at a later date. In lieu of flowers please consider making a donation in his honor to Epworth United Methodist Church.   

WILLIAMSON MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME, 615-794-2289williamsonmemorial.com 

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