Christopher Raymond Goss, 41

Christopher Raymond Goss, 41


Christopher Raymond Goss of Benton, Arkansas , a loving husband, father, son, brother, hero and friend.

Born in North Little Rock, Arkansas, he was the son of Julie McMoran and the late Philip Goss and was the stepson of the late Ralph McMoran. He attended North Little Rock High School and graduated in 1994. He continued his studies and graduated from Central Texas College with an Associates Degree in Criminal Justice.

Chris was employed at the Arkansas Childrens Hospital and worked as a Security Officer. He had an extensive history in law enforcement as a patrolman for Benton Police Department, UAMS Police Department and Fordyce Police Department. He also volunteered as a Police Reserve Officer of Haskell Police Department. In 2016, he served as the Chief of Police of Bradley, Arkansas.

Chris was a Staff Sergeant assigned to the Texas National Guard, 31B130, Military Police. Prior to his National Guard duties, he was on active duty in the U.S. Army and was deployed to Cuba and Iraq. Chris served in the military for 22 years.

Chris was awarded the Bronze Star for valor.

Chris enjoyed spending time with his family and friends, loved golf and football, and riding his motorcycle. He will be remembered for his sense of humor, his love for his family and friends and for protecting and serving our community and our country.

Chris is survived by his wife, Christina, his daughter, Hayden, that he shared with Regina Rogers, stepdaughters, Dasia Page and Trinity Scott, mother, Julie, and siblings, Karamie McMoran, Philip Goss and Raymond Goss.

SSG Chris Goss lost his battle on September 26, 2017. He was 41 years old.

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  1. Linda Hazelden

    Dear loved ones of extraordinary patriot, SSG Christopher Raymond Goss, defender of community and country, but most of all husband, father, son, and brother. WE SHALL NEVER FORGET the SSG’s faithful service. We only ask that perfect tribute be offered in Christopher’s name by grateful citizens offering respect, support and honor to his beloved family…on behalf of the SSG’s name. This surely would have been his wish evidenced by his exemplary devotion to service. Let us pray: Remember, O Lord, Christopher, who has departed this life…give him release from sorrows and sighs and let Perpetual Light shine upon him; thus, we pray that Christopher Rest In Peace until reunited with loved ones again. Amen +

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