OBITUARY

Robert L Woodard

June 9, 1937August 4, 2018
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Celebration of Life

Aaren and Hazel Woodard gave birth to a beautiful baby boy and name him Robert (Bob) Woodard. Bob was born on June 9th, 1937, in York, Nebraska. Bob move to Arizona as a young child, and found his passion in the trucking business.

In 1957 he began living his dream as a trucker. He was employed by C W Keith and Merchants Fleet Lines. While working his dream job, he felt he needed to do more and begin to search. That is when he found his passion with helping other and making an impact in other life. After accepting Christ in his life he was actively assisting the church as a Deacon beginning at Central Heights Baptist Church and later moved to serve at the Champion for Christ Ministries under the pastoral ship of Apostle Charlie and Renay Edmond, whom he loved dearly and they love him to, until God called him home.

He was a dedicated worker who taught his children, grandchild and everyone around him to work hard, to be kind and to love unconditionally. His humor, selflessness, love and kindness will forever live on throughout his entire family.

Some of the best memories is his compassion with other, his amazing Holiday meals especially that good ol’ham and glaze sauce with extra pineapples, taking his children and grandchildren to Fair lanes bowling alley on Saturday nights, and working at Gold Rust and Hanger with his janitorial business called B&H. He had the biggest heart when it came to his wife and family, he was always there for them, a person who has always been open to listen when ever is needed and his shoulder to cry on.

He is survived by his wife for 30 years Helen Woodard, two daughters, Joyce Woodard and Barbara Thomas (Jimmy Scroggins), 2 sons Glenn Woodard (Cheryl) and James Thomas Jr (Nikki), 24 grandchildren, including his 2 grandson Aaron and Nathan Woodard from Iowa, over 60 great grandchildren and 2 great, great grandchildren Xya (Brianna) and Nevaeh ( Jasmyn). He is also survived by one sister in law Mary Fuller and one brother in law Billy Stewart. A host of nieces, nephews, cousins and many friends including his long time best friends Leon Loupee (Doris) and Patricia Gray.

Bob was preceded in death by his parents Aaren and Hazel Woodard, his brother William, and sister Beverly Woodard.

Services

  • Visitation Saturday, August 18, 2018
  • Service Saturday, August 18, 2018
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Barbara Thomas

August 16, 2018

Thank You POPS. You were the best grandfather my kids had .THANK you for teaching them how to work. POPS im going to miss you so much. POPS i loved when used to talk and we bump heads at the end we always said we where SORRY. Pops i love you and miss you like crazy. I wish you were here but i know God has a better place for you . you are no more pain and suffering no more . POPS i see you later and i Will always keep you in my heart. Love you .

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Biography

Celebration of Life

Aaren and Hazel Woodard gave birth to a beautiful baby boy and name him Robert (Bob) Woodard. Bob was born on June 9th, 1937, in York, Nebraska. Bob move to Arizona as a young child, and found his passion in the trucking business.

In 1957 he began living his dream as a trucker. He was employed by C W Keith and Merchants Fleet Lines. While working his dream job, he felt he needed to do more and begin to search. That is when he found his passion with helping other and making an impact in other life. After accepting Christ in his life he was actively assisting the church as a Deacon beginning at Central Heights Baptist Church and later moved to serve at the Champion for Christ Ministries under the pastoral ship of Apostle Charlie and Renay Edmond, whom he loved dearly and they love him to, until God called him home.

He was a dedicated worker who taught his children, grandchild and everyone around him to work hard, to be kind and to love unconditionally. His humor, selflessness, love and kindness will forever live on throughout his entire family.

Some of the best memories is his compassion with other, his amazing Holiday meals especially that good ol’ham and glaze sauce with extra pineapples, taking his children and grandchildren to Fair lanes bowling alley on Saturday nights, and working at Gold Rust and Hanger with his janitorial business called B&H. He had the biggest heart when it came to his wife and family, he was always there for them, a person who has always been open to listen when ever is needed and his shoulder to cry on.

He is survived by his wife for 30 years Helen Woodard, two daughters, Joyce Woodard and Barbara Thomas (Jimmy Scroggins), 2 sons Glenn Woodard (Cheryl) and James Thomas Jr (Nikki), 24 grandchildren, including his 2 grandson Aaron and Nathan Woodard from Iowa, over 60 great grandchildren and 2 great, great grandchildren Xya (Brianna) and Nevaeh ( Jasmyn). He is also survived by one sister in law Mary Fuller and one brother in law Billy Stewart. A host of nieces, nephews, cousins and many friends including his long time best friends Leon Loupee (Doris) and Patricia Gray.

Bob was preceded in death by his parents Aaren and Hazel Woodard, his brother William, and sister Beverly Woodard.