Luann Goslin

December 11, 1940 ‒ August 11, 2016

Delaware, Ohio


Luann Goslin, 75, of Delaware, passed away on Thursday, August 11, 2016 at Grady Memorial Hospital, Delaware.

She was born on December 11, 1940 in Delaware, daughter to the late Claude and Mildred (Stockdale) McCord.  She married the love of her life, George “Goose” Goslin.  Together they lived happily in Grove City for many years.  Luann had worked for the Southwestern City Schools as a bus driver and had taught Driver’s Education. She was a volunteer at Grady Memorial Hospital. She loved her family, especially her grandchildren.  She also enjoyed traveling, gardening, tending to her flowers and feeding the birds.  Luann enjoyed working at her daughter Sherry’s Farm Market in Westerville.  Once every month, Luann would have lunch with her lifelong high school friends.  She will be deeply missed by so many.

She is survived by two sons, Rusty (Melanie) Goslin of Danville, CT and Gavin (Riki) Goslin of Los Angeles, CA; three daughters, Sherry (Bob) Drayer of Westerville, Terri Fox (Greg Woods) and Cindy Maher; nine grandchildren, Nicole Endicott, Gavin Goslin, Jr., Jessica Goslin, Brianna Fox, Derek Goslin (Jordan), Buddy Carrel, Cody Carrel, Trevor Drayer and Dylan Harlow; two great grandchildren, Hayden and Bentley; numerous nieces and nephews.

A private family Celebration of Luann’s life will be held at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be given to the American Heart Association, 5455 North High Street, Columbus, OH 43214 or to Kobacher House, 800 McConnell Drive, Columbus, OH 43214.

The Snyder Rodman Funeral Center, Delaware is honored to be serving the family of Luann Goslin.

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  • My sincerest condolences on the loss of Grandma LuAnn. Nicole, there are so many school memories that involve seeing your grandmothers smiling face, beaming with pride at all your accomplishments. She was so proud and the love she held for you always radiated from her.

    Thinking of you all during this time.

  • Nicole, I did not know your grandmother. But looking at her beautiful picture, I can see you in her face. There is no other love like that of a grandmother’s. I am so sorry for your loss. Thinking of you.

  • So many wonderful memories of Grandma. She loved me like I was her own when I was that 9 year old little girl who never went away. We spent so much time together & I will never forget any of the memories. She was the one who always stood by our decisions, she may not have agreed with them but she still had our backs. I love you Gramdma & Nicole to the Moon & Back. Fly High Grandma. Until we meet again beautiful angel. Tell Grandpa I said Hi. ❤️

  • Sherry and family KIrk and I are sorry to hear of the lost of your beloved mother. May she rest in peace and rejoice with your dad. Hugs thoughts and prayers are with you.

  • Aunt Luann one of the most wonderful people in my life. I spent a few weeks with the Ohio Goslins the summer of 1970. My first plane ride. A few weeks of other firsts. Sausage on pizza, pop, roller coaster (Uncle George got on with me), first time riding a mini bike and much more. Aunt Luann was so patient about everything and everyone. Lots of summers when I visited Grandmom Goslin the Ohio cousins came to town and took me with. So much fun. If memory serves me right there was a board on the back seat and we all piled on it. I’m heart broken she is gone. After a lot of years we had a “cousin” reunion and connected our family. I loved every minute and thank goodness we did. I had the chance to tell everyone how much I love them. Now I know her and Uncle George are together and that gives me peace. I wish for more time but it’s not to be. Her love will still be shared with all of her children, grands and greats. God Bless you all dear cousins. Much love Susan

  • Sherry i know you were not in my life for very long…. a short 3 months at I HOP….. But always had a great time with you.. You always had a positive attitude and always put a smile on my face… There are no words for a loss of a Mother……. My deepest condolences are with you and your Family in this time of Loss… God Bless to you all….

  • There is so much I could say about what a wonderful person Luann was but everyone knows that. It’s hard to wrap my mind around the fact that she is gone. I thank God that so many attended the first cousins reunion . I know that it meant so much to Luann to see her children and their cousins together again after so many years. Family is everything. Uncle Stoney and I love you all.

  • Nicole, as you may recall I failed my driving test the first time after running down a cone; your grandma went out of her way to help me on her own time, with her patience and guidance I passed the test. I hope she would be proud of me as I have almost become a decent driver(and parker!) She was such a special person, and so tolerant, I can’t recall her ever complaining when she shuttled us around and allowed all of your friends to take over her home throughout our high school years. I know she meant so much to you and your family and I’m glad that I got to make memories with her as well.

  • I’m sorry for your loss Sherry but to have gained so much love and wisdom from such a fabulous Mom is more.Strive to be as much like her and that is all she could be proud of!

  • So sorry for your family’s loss and may all your memories be enough to hold you til you meet again. I met your mother along time ago in the Grove City Football Program, such a sweet lady and she seem to never know a stranger.

  • Luann was a dear friend. I have known her since age 13. We became close these last 10 years meeting monthly for lunch and talking on the phone.
    Luann was truly a loving mother and grandmother. That is what she talked about most.
    My sincere condolences to all the family and friends for you loss. She is with Goose now and very happy I am sure. Love and prayers, Ruby

  • I remember the first time I met Luann. Nicole brought me home with her and she made me feel right at home. She always complimented me on my singing and manners, which was odd for me as a kid. I will always remember her for the kind person she was, and how she raised such an amazing woman in Nicole. Thanks for the memories! You will be missed.

  • So sorry to hear that Luann has passed away. She was always smiling and I am glad I got to reunite with her at Grady when she volunteered. I am her cousin. My dad, James Stockdale was her mother Mildred’s brother. I remember when we went to Mildred’s and Claude’s on Sundays to visit. I got to see all of the McCords then. My thoughts and prayers are with the family. I will miss seeing her and talking to her at Grady.

  • Sherry and family, Sherry I am so sorry for your loss I did not know your mother but from all the kind words I feel she was a great lady. I wonder if you remember me? I always enjoyed being around you when we were in high school. Prayers for all and remember you will always have those special memories of your mother……Tami Robinson

  • I am so sorry to hear of Luann’s passing. She worked for me at 1st Class Driving Academy for several years. She was a favorite instructor for many students over the years. She will be missed by many!