Condolence & Memory Journal

On behalf of the Texas A&M Class of 1960, I extend our sincere condolences to Woodie's family and closest friends!!!!!

Posted by Jerry L. Bradshaw - College Station, TX - Classmate   December 22, 2021

I have great respect for Woodie, he always had a positive and encouraging word and helped me and my family feel welcome in Clemson.

Posted by Paul Dawson - Coworker   April 22, 2021

Much Love and God's comfort to Wanda, Woodie, and Mrs. Williams....will always remember his gentle smile and eyes full of love for his family.

Posted by Holly Grove - Friend   April 14, 2021

Sad to hear about Woodie. We both worked in the P&A Building at CU (me in Agronomy and he in Food Science) for several years, and I often would meet him in passing, and he always had a smile and good word. I got to know Winnie after I retired and we talked at length about the publishing business and challenges regarding marketing our books. Winnie, Kate and I are thinking of you and your family and will keep you all in our prayers.

Posted by Jim Palmer - Friend   April 13, 2021

What a dear sweet man Woodie was. I am thankful to have made his acquaintance here at Clemson Downs.
He and Winnie enjoyed breakfast by the beautiful creek in Woodland Walk.

Posted by Fran Moseley - Clemson, SC   April 13, 2021

We always admired Woodie. He was such a good Sunday School teacher and Bible scholar. He influenced many lives. We were honored to call him friend. Prayers for Winnie and family.

Posted by Sharon and DeWayne - Friend   April 13, 2021

May our thoughts and prayers be added to those of others who share in the grief of saying goodbye to Woodie.

Posted by Jim and Vernie Roberts - Clemson, SC - Friend   April 12, 2021

Sending our sympathy to you all and remembering a good friend

Posted by Ron and Beverly Rogers - Seneca - Family Friend   April 12, 2021