Terrence  "Woodie"-Woods-Obituary

Photo courtesy of McCann-Healey Funeral Home - Gloucester City

Terrence "Woodie" J. Woods

Oct 9, 1929 - Jan 8, 2014 (Age 84)

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Uncle Terry,

You were such a kind, warm, unassuming man. I will miss you very much. Love - Nephew (Godson)Terry

Uncle Terry,
I loved your Christmas time visits - you would arrive in a snazzy hat and overcoat, ready with a smile and a joke. So many memories of sitting around our kitchen table listening to your tales of life in California - you were such a gifted story teller. In later years whenever I would see you you couldn't wait to hear what was going on with my "kiddies". Say hi all the Woodsie family for us - wondering if they play cards and have hot dog stands in heaven?

When Uncle Terry visited from California, we knew exactly how he and our dad would greet each other. Uncle Terry would say, "Hey, Luigi!" and dad would respond in kind. "Good to see you, too, Luige!" Uncle Terry may have traveled light on the winter clothes, but he always arrived heavy on the humor! What a delight he was...we'll miss him!

Peggy and Alan Chapman
and family

My dad really enjoyed New Year's Day on S. Philip Street when he would see his beloved sister and her family. He loved to share golf stories with Terry, as this was an area that both of them lived for. You will be dearly missed, Ter, and may you rest in peace.

My dad always looked forward to New Year's Day on Philip Street when he would see his beloved sister and her family. He really enjoyed sharing golf stories with Terry, as this was an area that both loved and lived for. You will be dearly missed, Ter, and may you rest in peace.

My dear Uncle Terry ... My memories of you are many and always put a smile on my face .. From my early years when you were living in LA .. and I heard that you were coming home for an occasion I got so excited and couldn't wait to see you !!! That feeling never subsided .. You were always a pleasure to be around ... Funny, Caring, Concerned and a terrific listener !!! Dad and you were not only brothers .. But best buddies .. You Woodies Boys are back together again ... Wondering if there are...

Dear Uncle Terry, You were always the life of the party telling funny stories or even using a dialect to tell a joke. Say hello to Grandmom & Grandpop and all the aunts, uncles, and cousins. We will miss you. Love, Pat, Dan, Matt, & Jonathan

Dear Uncle Terry,
You were always the life of the party telling funny stories and jokes, sometimes even using a dialect! Say hello to Grandmom & Grandpop and all the aunts, uncles and cousins. We'll miss you. Love, Pat, Dan, Matt & Jonathan

Sorry to hear my buddy Terry has passed. We were born on the same day at the same hospital. I always called him my twin brother. We went through school at Mt. Carmel and South Catholic and palled around together. Terry was my best man at our wedding. Later years we always kept in close touch, even when he was out in California and we always called each other "Sam".
Rest in peace,Sam

Obituary

Terrence "Woodie"'s Obituary

Terrence J. Woods, age 84, of Haddon Township, NJ died January 8, 2014. Born in Philadelphia, he was the son of the late Helen (Coyle) and James J. Woods, Sr. and was the brother of the late Rose Quinn, James, Thomas, and Helen Cusick. He is survived by his sister, Catherine Siedlecki and many...

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