Ryan

June 10, 1983 ~ October 2, 2021

Born in: Jacksonville, FL
Resided in: Elizabethtown, KY

Ryan Goguen, 38, of Hartford, passed away, Saturday, October 2, 2021 at Baptist Health Hardin in Elizabethtown. Ryan was born June 10, 1983 in Jacksonville, FL to Robert and Robin (Burton) Goguen. He worked for Missouri Basin as a sales representative in North Dakota. He loved drag racing, golf, and guns. He was a kind compassionate man with a very big heart

He was preceded in death by Maternal Grandfather, Glen Burton.

Besides his parents, survivors include his fiancé, Jory Metcalf of Irvington, KY, his twin brother, Shawn (Whitney) Goguen of Hartford, maternal grandmother, Delores Burton of Hartford, paternal grandparents, Henry & Carol Goguen of N. Fort Myers, FL. Ryan was blessed with three nieces, Mackenzie, Mackelty, and Mackylie.

Private graveside services will be held at Wednesday, October 6, 2021 at Oakwood Cemetery in Hartford. Miller-Schapmire Funeral in Hartford has been entrusted with Ryan arrangements.

Miller Schapmire Funeral Home is both honored and privileged to be entrusted with the care of Mr. Goguen. Share your messages of condolence with the family of Ryan Goguen at www.millerschapmire.com

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  1. Ryan was a great man, and helped alot of people in anyway he could. He was known and loved by so many people. He will be greatly missed, but we will see him again some day.

  2. Ryan had a laugh I will always remember, great man to work with and awesome Truck Driver!!
    Took way too soon, Prayers and comfort too this great family!!!

  3. Ryan was such a sweetheart. Him and Chris stayed in contact even after he moved back to KY. It was always fun to see pictures of his house and what he was making for breakfast. He helped us so many times, he helped us move into our new house, he helped Chris move a piano into our basement. He was one of a kind and will be sorely missed. Rest in peace Ryan. Prayer and love to the Goguen family.

  4. Ryan was a great guy I worked with him at orelliys and he was such a kind hearted person I’m in shock to hear of his passing I am so very sorry for yalls loss and u are all In my thoughts and prayer god bless

  5. My deepest condolences to all of Ryan’s family during this difficult time. Ryan was a kind, strong willed and caring person. He will be missed and I will cherish the memories I had working with him at MBI. Gone to soon, rest easy Ryan until we meet again!

  6. We knew Ryan and Papa G while they worked for MBI in North Dakota. Ryans laugh was infectious. He was a kind man with a big heart, willing to help anyone he could.
    Robert and I send our deepest condolences to the entire Goguen family.
    May Ryan rest in peace. Gone far too soon!

  7. Ryan was everything a person strives to be. I learned so much from him and loved to be around him. It’s hard to imagine that Ryan isn’t out helping someone or laughing with someone or naturally making life better for everyone around him. Those who say that you can’t be both loved and respected never met Ryan. Our deepest condolences to his fiancé and family and friends on your profound loss.

    • Ryan will be missed greatly by everyone he has met throughout his time with us. He was a kind honest gentleman. I had only known him a short time before his passing, and in that time Ryan was one of the best people I have ever known. My heart goes out to those he has left behind.

  8. Please accept our sincere condolences as you mourn the loss of our friend and your beloved son, brother and uncle, Ryan. While he was a twin, he was truly one of a kind. We enjoyed our years getting to know him through his work at MBI and shared a lot of laughs. Please know of our prayers for you and for Ryan’s eternal rest. Godspeed and rest easy, Ryan…

  9. The few times I had talked to Ryan I was laughing and having a good time, we usually met most in the front office eating pizza and or donuts with Tonya at MBI, he was truly a one of a kind stand up man, I really do not think he had a mean side always willing to help anyone possible. Rest easy young man.

  10. My deepest condolences to the Goguen family. Ryan had a heart of gold and was a man that was always willing to help anyone who he crossed paths with. We had many laughs together on the golf course and at MBI. Rest In Peace Ryan…

  11. I was shocked and sad to hear the news of this loss.
    Ryan was a one of a kind. a man that stood by his morals and had a code which is a rare quality now days. i learned a lot from him and still take his advice and kindness and use it everyday
    he will be missed by so many. i am sorry to his whole family for the loss they all share and a emptiness that they all feel with the passing of such a loved one. my thoughts and prayers are with them.

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