Obituary of Lucille E Woodward
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Lucille E. Woodward, 98, formerly ofFairview Dr. Cortland, N.Y. passed away Feb. 20, 2013 at Cortland Park Nursing Home.
Lucy, born May 14, 1914 in Corning N.Y., was the daughter of Charles O'Dea and Anna Courtney.
She retired from the Cresent Corset Company in 1976, was a communicant of St. Mary's Church, anda member of the Hospital Auxilary & RSVP Volunteers.
Lucy was a life long resident of Cortland and graduated from Cortland High School.
She was preceded in death byher two husbands, William Dower in 1970, andFred Woodward in 1999.
Survivors includetwo nieces, a great niece, step-sons John (Tricia) Woodward & Peter (Joanne) Woodward,
five step-grand children & eight step-great grand children.
A funeral Mass will be observedat 11am on Friday Feb. 22 at St. Mary's Church. Burial will follow at St. Mary's cemetery.
Contributions can be made to St. Mary's Church or Cortland Regional Medical Center.
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John and Pete, We're sorry to hear of Lucy's passing. She truly had an active life in her 98 years. I still remember her offering the use of their unsold trailer at the time of Dad's (Donald) second bypass surgery in Ft. Myers. May God provide His comfort to you in this difficult time.
David & Anita Sprague
I first met Lucy at Walden Place when I did a weekly Communion Service there. I enjoyed visiting with her and she always was interested in what I was doing. She had a "down-to-earth" personality and seemed to look on the brighter side of things. She and her husband Fred attended my Father's (John DeSanta) party at the Elk's Club some time ago. Whenever I was at Cortland Care, I looked in on her. I will miss our conversations. Sincerely, Marilyn DeLorenzo
John, Pete and their families, You are all in my thoughts and prayers especially tomorrow during the service. Remember the good times and let those fond memories help you through this difficult time. Love, Cousin Karen
Tom, Janine and Charlotte offer our sincere sympathy. Although we never got to know Lucy well, we know she was an important part of the family and loved by many. Our thoughts and prayers are will the family