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September 20, 2018

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May 19, 2018
I will miss you Uncle Woody. I love you.
May 16, 2018
Condolences to Weldon's family. I have much respect for the way he lived his life. I knew him the last 20 or so years of his life solely through May Avenue United Methodist Church, now Cornerstone United Methodist. Weldon was faithful in his attendance, and I enjoyed visiting with him at church. A friend and I started a men's breakfast for the three summer months one year and Weldon was a regular attendee. There is a lesson for me in Weldon's passing, and that is not to wait to go see your friends and brothers as they age. I thought of going to Norman to see him, and even talked about it to one or two of the guys in the church. We intended to, but never got around to it, and I very much regret that now.
Freddy Leggett, OKC, OK
May 13, 2018
My condolences to the family. I remember Woody because I spent those four years between 1955 and 1959 riding in the front seat of that black Cadillac while he drove my uncle, Raymond Gary, around the state. Woody's influence must have been pretty strong on my grade-school mind as I later became a police officer. My parents, Charles & Nora Griffin, thought the world of Woody. With great regret I learned this day of his passing, but I also know he touched many lives in a positive manner as he touched mine. Al "Cookie" Griffin. [email protected]