A memorial service for Robert “Bob” Harold Woods, 65, of Wellsville, will be at 6:30 p.m. Monday, November 12, 2012, at Family Worship Center, 601 Locust in Wellsville.
Mr. Woods died Tuesday, November 6, 2012 at Ransom Memorial Hospital in Ottawa after fighting over a year with pancreatic cancer.
He was born August 22, 1947, in Kansas City, Kansas, the son of Hubert Eugene and Opal May Busey Woods.
Bob enjoyed fishing, watching western movies, playing cards, and going to the casino.
He and his wife Susan Ann Tarwater Woods have enjoyed 42 years together. She survives of the home.
Other survivors include a son, Matthew Eugene James Woods, of Wellsville; three daughters, Sarah Lynn Woods, of Wellsville, Cora Beth Taylor and husband Greg, and Mary Grace Woods, all of Ottawa; three brothers, Charles Woods and wife Betty, of Liberty, Missouri, Jimmy Woods, of Overland Park, Kansas, Gary Woods and wife Joann, of Lansing, Kansas; and a sister, Opal Hockman, of Tonganoxie, Kansas; four grandchildren, Adam Taylor, Ava Mae Taylor, Johnnie Woods, and Isabella Woods.
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Bob always gave me chances! I remember always helping him up at the store pulling movies, stocking pop. There is not a day that i don’t think about you. It breaks my heart to believe that he is already gone. Thank you everyone for your prayers. RIP Bob, i miss you. I love you.
Charles fawn memories of Bobby: Bobby wanted a baseball glove when he was in the 8th grade. Charles was a senior, Charles decided to save his school lunch money for two weeks and buy Bobby the glove. Bobby was so happy when he got the glove from his big brother. Charles and his friend Jim would wrestle with bobby and call him the “Great Persqually” of course this would make Bobby angry. Charles loved seeing Bobby at the Argosy and talking with him. Also remembering all the great family gatherings in Wellsville. Bobby was also a great basketball player when he was young. Betty’s niece Kathy had a crush on Bobby, but he never asked her out on a date. Overall Bobby was a man of Steele and Velvet, He was strong and yet so loving and giving to his family. Rest in peace my dear brother, I love you, I miss you.
I’m happy to say i had 27 years with the best daddy in the world you will always live on in my heart i think about all the good times we had together know matter what you never gave up on me even if i did something so bad you always stood by myside and told me everything would be ok i love and miss you so much rip daddy
I want to express my dearest condolences to the Woods family and friends. I spent alot of time as a kid, buying and trading sports cards with Bob at his video store in Ks. He was a good guy. My thoughts and prayers to his family and friends. Rest In Peace Bob.
I don’t have the words to express what I am feeling. It’s hard to believe that my big brother is gone. Bob was allways there for me. My thoughts and prayers are with his family.
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