Carrie Woodard
MRS. CARRIE WOODARD 48, passed away on may 10, 2007. Visitation Saturday May 19, 2007 from 9-11:00am . Funeral service will begin at 11:00am, Both services will be held at Greater Law Memorial C.O.G.I.C. 4807 Wayne St. Houston , Texas 77026 Superintendant W.A. Jenkins - Officating Interment - Private
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Published by Houston Chronicle on May 18, 2007.
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I met Carrie when we were part of the Parent Awareness Network at Fleming School some years ago. She was a wonderful person, so full of life and laughs. I'm sorry that I did not get to attend her services because my sister also passed away and her funeral was on the same day. My deepest condolences goes to the family. I will miss her dearly.
Wanda A. Richardson, Parent Awareness Network (P.AN.)
May 20, 2007
My prayers and thoughts are with you at this time, Ms Carrie was my dialysis friend, and she will be missed very much. Ms Sadie, keep your head up. To, Ms Carrie's children keep your heads up. May God bless and be with you all.
Joely Sampson
May 20, 2007
TO THE FAMILY OF MS CARRIE WOODARD. WE SENT OUR CONDOLENCES AND PRAYER. FROM: THE MATHIS AND MRS. ELLA PEACOCK CAMPBELL AND THE ENTIRE CAMPBELL FAMILY.
ANITA MATHIS
May 19, 2007
To the family, keep your hand in God's hand. We had the opportunity to meet Sis. Woodard when she went to Memphis with Emmanuel COGIC a few years back. I would often see her at church functions singing in the choir. God has picked another flower.
Min. & Sis. Allen
May 18, 2007
Carrie was my friend, I loved her spirit. She will be missed by many. Family keep the faith and know that God is still God no matter what you might be feeling.
Ellen Shephard
May 18, 2007
Sis Carrie was a very wonderful person she never complained about anything she always had a smile. She was always attending a choir singing, church service, no matter how near or far..she loved GOD and her church and church family..I will miss her being so excited about giving her Covenant Sister gifts she seemed to always enjoy both giving and receiving.. we will surely miss her..We loved her but GOd loved her most..
Shelia Andrews
May 18, 2007
To the family and friends of Mrs. Carrie Woodard, I'd like to express my deepest sympathy with the passing of Carrie. Your mother was an awesome soul who lived her life to the fullest. I miss her deeply. I am so saddened that I didn't get to spend the day with her that we talked about a month or so ago. Please believe in the hope beyond the grave. We'll all meet again. It is my prayer that the comforting ministry of the holy spirit will indeed comfort you and give you peace.
Vera Coleman-Foreman and the American Association of Kidney Patients Space City Chapter
May 18, 2007
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