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October 07, 2014
I was a patient of Dr. Woessner's til he moved out of the area. I was so pleased to have such a thoughtful, thorough physician. He reminded me of my Dr. in Richmond. He also passed at a very young age. God blessed us for such a short time with such a wonderful person. My heart goes out to his family.
July 14, 2013
I just heard of Dr.Woessner passing today as I arrived back to town. I had the privilege of working with this wonderful man that always had a contagious smile and a great sense of humor. He was an exceptional man, doctor, and friend. I will keep his family on my prayers.
March 26, 2013
Dr. Woessner was unlike any physician I've had before especially compared to other OB/Gyns. His ability to truly listen to me as his patient with his sincere willingness to do so was apparent at my first appointment with him 7 years ago. And, as a first-time Mom his honesty was more than appreciated when he told me of my options upon discovering my baby was breech. Therefore, I didn't hesitate to schedule the Cesarean section delivery of my daughter in order to have him as my surgeon. Most importantly, I will always be grateful of his compassion when during a post-delivery hospital visit I was having an extremely difficult time learning to nurse. He was genuinely concerned about my well-being as his eyes were tearful while he again gave me good advice and encouragement.
I was saddened when last summer I heard Dr. Woessner was very ill. It's difficult to find out now he didn't recover.
I pray that his family finds comfort in the knowledge that he was an exceptional man. May God embrace you! I'm sure Dr. Woessner will be dearly missed as it's obvious even those of us who knew him only as his patient will miss him!
March 13, 2013
I am sorry to hear about Dr. Woessner's passing. He delivered my first son and he managed my care for my last pregnancy in 2011. He was an excellent and very caring person. My prayers goes to his family.
March 08, 2013
I am very sorry to learn of Dr. Woessner's death. My sincerest condolences to his family and close friends. He was an incredible doctor who gave personal care and attention during my last 5 pregnancies. He took the time to get to know my husband and children too. He was a good man, a caring man, and we were very fond of him. I found out I was expecting again and could not wait to schedule an appointment, only to learn the sad news. You will be missed, Dr. Woessner!
January 09, 2013
To a wonderful doctor who made me felt comfortable when I had surgery you will be missed
December 05, 2012
Dr woesssner was an amazing Dr. He delivered my second son, and I will never forget how he came in the triage room and made me laugh, even while I was in labor pain! you will be greatly missed.
December 04, 2012
May you get comfort in knowing how well liked and loved Dr. Woessner was. He was a great doctor but also was a friend to many. I know he will be missed alot. Please know that your family is our thoughts and prayers
November 30, 2012
I've been moved to tears reading many of the entries in this space and realize that all of us have had the same impressions. The entries pay tribute to a man admired by all who were acquainted with him, much less if you had the privilege of a friendship with Bill.
I knew Bill during our medical school years, from 1984-88. He was my roomate for most of that time and my closeset friend during those tough years. Don't know if I would have gotten through it without Bill's sense of humor.
Early on in our first year, as all the students prepared for our first exam we were all very wound up not sure what to expect. Even Bill seemed affected by the pressure, and stayed up late and got up early to study. This went on for several days until he suddenly blurted out " this is not like me" and from then on while studying Bill approached his study time differently and would often don some old surgical greens and a shower cap in preparation.
He'ld often pick up his guitar during a study break and play something. He soon set up his drums in the den and occasionally John Payne would drop by and they would play a set together.
He also had other antics he was famous for like the time during a study break when he gave a "lecture", complete with pointer and anatomic chart on " the anatomy and physiology of the human anus". I laughed so hard my belly hurt.
We had many good experiences together, many of which came out of the ordinary stuff of life-- driving into together to class, the occasional fishing trip, enjoying a meal together. After med school we went to California as a last hurrah before residency. Bill enjoyed, I think his first backpacking trip. We had snow in June at Yosemite and got caught in a squall as powerful wind and snow came down as we sat above the treeline on an 11,000 ft. peak. Bill was suffering a bit of altitude sickness but never lost his cool and we got through it.
I could go on and on as I'm sure many of us could, relating experiences that illustrate the personality and character of Bill but I'm preaching to the choir. Everyone hear already knows that Bill was a great man who loved his Lord, his family, his patients and life. Even though I've not been in close touch with Bill for 20 years I miss him greatly and cannot imagine the pain you, his family feel at this time. I can only say, inadequately, that you all will remain in my prayers.May God bless you and keep you as you persevere during your loss.
November 29, 2012
My heart goes out to Dr. Woessner's family. He was a wonderful man. He was my first obgyn and delivered my first son. He was so caring and compassionate and had a wonderful ability of putting you at ease. Thank you for all the good you brought into the world. You will be missed by so many.

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