Jack Woodard Death, Obituary  РJack Stanton Woodard, who had reached the age of 78 at the time of his passing, passed away on November 20, 2013, in the city of Sebring, which is located in the state of Florida. At the time of his demise, Jack Stanton Woodard was a resident of Florida. The state of Florida is the location of his passing away. On July 4, 1935, William and Olive M. (Snyder) Woodard became parents for the first time. Their child was named Olive M. Woodard. William Snyder Woodard was their name in those days. These actions were taken out in the city of Parkersburg, which is situated in the state of West Virginia and served as their residence at the time.

His given name is the same as his mother’s, which was bestowed upon him at the moment of his birth. Before moving to Florida, he had a number of different jobs, including those of truck driver and owner and operator of a Gulf Oil service station in Vienna, West Virginia; former president of the Vienna Jaycees; captain of the Parkersburg High School Big Red Football Team in 1953; and veteran who served in the United States Army. In 1953, he was also a member of the Parkersburg High School Big Red Football Team. In addition to that, he participated in football for the Big Red of Parkersburg High School in the year 1953.

In addition to that, in 1953 he was a member of the football team known as the Big Red at Parkersburg High School. In addition to that, he had a history of service in the Army of the United States of America (US Army). In addition to that, he was the kind of person that engaged in the activities of fishing and golfing with a great degree of fervor and excitement. After relocating from Williamstown, which is located in the state of West Virginia, he has made Sebring, Florida, his permanent residence ever since the year 1989. Prior to that, he had previously lived in Williamstown. Previously, he had been residing in Williamstown for some time.

He is survived by his wife, Kay Woodard, who resides in Sebring at the present time; his daughters, Deborah Ann Pennell and Jacqueline Heltzel (John), both of High Point, North Carolina, and Chalsea, Oklahoma; his nephews, Steven Woodard and R. Michael Woodard; 10 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren; and his nephews, Steven Woodard and R. Michael Woodard. He passed away on January 15, 2019. It was on the 15th of April in the year 2019 that he passed away.