Kiser-Rose Hill Funeral Home

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Woodrow N Fike

September 23, 1947October 28, 2019

Woodrow Norris Fike, age 72, of Hartman Road, passed away Monday, October 28, 2019 at James H Quillen VA Medical Center.

He was a member of Central Baptist Church. He was also a member of TN Bee Keepers Association, Davy Crockett Bee Keepers Association, Appalachian Bee Club of TN, Mt. Pleasant Ruritan, and the VFW. He loved to work with wood and his bees.

He is survived by his wife: Caroline Fike; a brother: Thomas Fike of Melbourne, FL; and a number of nieces, nephews, and cousins.

A memorial service will be held on Veterans Day, November 11 at 2:00 pm at Central Baptist Church with the Rev. Brad Higgins officiating.

In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to The Academy of Arts, 80 School Street, Taylors, SC 29687.

Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.kiserrosehillfuneralhome.com


  • Memorial Service Monday, November 11, 2019


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Phil & Jean Cobb

November 1, 2019

Phil remembers seeing Woody down in Florida at the classic car cruise in Old Town, Kissimmee. That was before we moved up to TN and actually met you both. I guess Woody had worn a pretty distinctive hat.

As we got to know you we realized you were a very special couple.

Caroline, we are sorry for your great loss and we will miss Woody.

Charlie and Carolyn Norman

October 31, 2019

So sorry to hear of Woody's passing. We always liked having Woody around at the Pic'n at the Doaks… as a "Non-Muscian", he made us feel we weren't alone. :) He'll surely be missed and our thoughts and prayers go out to Caroline and family. God Bless you all. Charlie and Carolyn in Texas

Sara Kalarovich

October 30, 2019

We are so sorry to hear about the loss of our dear friend, Woody. We offer our condolences to the family. He will be greatly missed.

The SF Travis Hardware Co. Family
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Robert Carnes

October 30, 2019

Sunday mornings, before the main services started, Woody would walk around the congregation and hand out peppermint candies. What a treat and a memory that will last. He will be missed.