OBITUARY

Jennifer L. Wood

November 30, 1968March 6, 2019
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Jennifer Leigh Wood, age 50 of Arlington, passed away on March 6, 2019 after a courageous battle with cancer. She was born on November 30, 1968 in Ft. Worth, Texas, the daughter of Larry and Jan Ligon. Jen married David Wood and they celebrated 21 years together.

Jen is also survived by her sister, Alice Brooks and husband Jeremy; mother Jan West and husband Richard; nieces and nephews Emma Ryan, Trey Lain, Jackson Waymire, Mady Brooks, Lainey Brooks, Reagan Brooks, and Rodney Bosher; and a great nephew Ryker Dishman. Jen was preceded in death by her father Larry Ligon, daughter Hannah Wood, and sisters Leslie Bosher and Tracy Waymire.

Jen was the matriarch of her family and integral in bringing the family together and taking care of her family. Jen helped organize many family functions and always took charge to make sure everyone had a special part. Jen loved to travel with her husband, especially to the beach where she could relax in the sun. Jen was a Dallas Cowboy’s fan and an animal lover, especially her pug “Buddy.”

A celebration of Jen’s life will be at 2:00pm on Friday, March 15th at Moore Bowen Road Funeral Home.

Services

  • Celebration of Life Friday, March 15, 2019
REMEMBERING

Jennifer L. Wood

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Louise Goodwin

March 15, 2019

I worked with Jennifer for several years here at Trinity Forge. She was such a kind and fun person to be with. We both had pugs and we would love to get together and talk about all the crazy things our pugs would do.
I will miss her. She was a classy lady and no matter how hard things became for her she always had a smile to share with everyone.

Jane Cook

March 13, 2019

I taught Jennifer at Cleburne High School & she ranks high among my all time favorite students because she was fun to have in class. Her personality made teaching a pleasure. One time I was having an appraisal by EJ Barnes. Jennifer was not in this particular class, but passed by in in the hall & opened the door. Not seeing Mr. Barnes, yelled “hello, Mrs. Cook”. I was required to discipline her, which she graciously received. We laughed together after the episode. I loved her, she was very special!

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