His Capitol Street firm, Bibby and Good, was formed with childhood friend James Bibby. Bibby died in 2003.
In 1997, both partners were honored by the governor as Distinguished West Virginians.
"He had a great mind," Henson said of her former boss. "People were really impressed with his recall powers. He was very intelligent and he could just rattle off sections of the code."
Kanawha Circuit Judge Tod Kaufman said Good will be greatly missed. He said he values the inspiration Good provided him.
Kaufman said, "He was such an astute lawyer. I'm really sad to know he has passed away.
"When I first came in as a judge, he was one of those lawyers of a generation way before mine," Kaufman said. "His friendships and contacts in the bar were invaluable as a support and source of information to me as a judge.
"He was a lawyer's lawyer," he said. "His insight and perceptivity was greater than anyone I've seen in practice."
A memorial service will be held at 7 p.m. Friday at St. Mark's United Methodist Church, where Good and his deceased wife, Martha, were longtime members.
Good donated his body to the West Virginia University School of Medicine.