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Russell “Russ” Woodward September 13, 1957 - January 15, 2020

Russell "Russ" Woodward

11/27/1942

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Condolences(4)

  1. David Desaire says

    Grandpa you will never be forgotten you are a awesome friend one day we will meet again thank you for the memories,

  2. Bobby Belcher says

    To my wonderful friend Russell, my heart is truly moved to overwhelming sorrow at your passing.
    For his Family I offer my most sincere heartfelt condolences for the loss of your Father, husband, grandfather and friend. 
    I worked with Russell 9 years and had become good friend in that time. I will miss all aspects of him. Especially about the travels of his life.
    My wife and I spent some time with him last week and had the chance to pray for him. We are thrilled that he excepted Christ into his life. I look forward to seeing my dear friend again.
    May the Lord Jesus Christ bring peace and healing to the hearts and minds of all that New him. 

  3. Ryan Brown says

    I will always remember the wonderful stories he would tell me. We worked together at Frito-Lay, pretty close to 8 years. I felt fortunate he felt comfortable telling me stories of his life and sharing job experiences. His love for History and Historical places throughout California was amazing, Latitude and Longitude was all you needed to find these Historical Sites! He was quite an Amazing person and I will miss him dearly! May God Bless his wonderful family and give them strength. “Rest easy my friend, I will see you again some day”.

  4. Pastor Andy Heath says

    My heartfelt condolences to Russell’s Family.
    May Gods Holy spirit bring you comfort.
    I had the honor of knowing Russ for all the years he worked at frito-lay, as a fellow mechanic and Pastor. His humor knowledge of historical places, people and events was always interesting and informative. I also enjoyed spending time ministering to Him the truth and Hope of the Bible, until one day he and I Prayed and He received his eternal promise in Jesus Christ, A day I will never forget.
    the first time I prayed for him was after his first Heart attack In the Hospital. It took great faith to believe God would bring him back to life he was in such bad shape but then God performed the miraculous and brought him back to health. and for this I was Grateful. Russ was a gift and I will miss him. we were trying to get hooked up to get him baptized we just ran out of time.
    But I know that I know he was Good to go. Heavens Gain Our Loss.
    see you soon.

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