John Lee Woods

Born in Nashville, TN on October 24, 1948

Departed on August 26, 2009 and resided in Pegram, TN

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WOODS, John L., Sr. Age 60, Nashville, August 26, 2009. Preceded in death by son, John L. Woods, Jr. Survived by wife, Dorothy Woods; son, Terry Shannon Woods; grandchildren, Terry L. Hicklen and Chassady L. Woods; brother, Frankie Martha Woods; sisters, Wanda Daniel Luna, Shelia Randy Lewis, Connie Gary Sorrell, Barbara Kirk Frame, Becky Woods, Susan Larry Tidwell. The funeral service will be at 2 pm, Saturday, August 29, 2009 at West Harpeth Funeral Home with Ray Osborne officiating. Family and friends will serve as pallbearers. Interment at Harpeth Hills Memory Gardens. Visitation, Friday, 3-8 pm at WEST HARPETH FUNERAL HOME 6962 Charlotte Pk 615 352-9400

3 Comments to John Lee Woods

  1. Tanya Woods
    December 22, 2009 12:00 am

    You were like my other pops! You are so missed! Your always in my thoughts!

  2. Kelly Woods Lawson
    April 24, 2010 12:00 am

    We thought a whole lot of him and I don’t have enough time to tell what a good man John was. It breaks my heart he is not hear with us any more, but I know he is in a better place. He is my Mom’s favorite brother and my Dad thought the world of him. We all respect him and love him very much.

  3. Chassady
    February 1, 2011 12:00 am

    You were the greatest papaw any granddaughter could ask for. I remember walking out to the garage and watch you mess around on cars. Me all barefooted and come out asking you what you were doing. You tell me and then say “Now Chassady Lynn get back in the house this is no place for a young lady.” “You’re gonna get dirty, and Nanny is gonna be mad.” Brings a smile to my face every time. Waking up bright in early for school and there you were right at the kitchen table drinking coffee. Me and Nanny walking out the door to catch the bus and to tell me to have a great day and learn something. Just wanted to let you know papaw that I did it. I made it to the top. Walked across that stage with my diploma in my hand. You and Nanny helped me through. Though the two of you weren’t there physically, I felt you in my heart. I knew you were watching over me and I knew how proud you were of me. I held my head high and I kept on going. I think of you and Nanny daily and wished that I had came around more. : I want you and Nanny to know papaw that I love you and I miss you dearly.