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Place of Birth:
Nashville, Arkansas
Place of Death:
Jenks, Oklahoma
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Woodley Edsell Works

Reflections of Woody's Life

Woodley E. Works was born March 16, 1933 in Nashville, Arkansas to Floyd and Jodie Works.

Woody attended and graduated from Childress High School in Nashville. After graduation, Woody entered the United States Air Force where he honorably served his country for over 30 years.

Woody married Marcella Burr in 1957 and from this union were born four children. Marsha, Michael, Karen, and Richie. Later Woody would marry Eunice West and was blessed with Leron, Yvonne, and Aundre'.

Woody was an accomplished postal employee for over 33 years. Known for his dedication to his family and lifelong friends. He brought joy and laughter along with a caring spirit. Woody was also well known for his love of bowling, dominos, card games, and fishing and later in life, traveling.

Woody leaves to cherish his memory, his children Marsha Works of Long Beach, California, Michael Works of Tulsa, Oklahoma, Karen Works of Lancaster, Texas, and Ritchie Works of Lancaster, Texas. His brother Reo Works of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Sisters Geraldine of Rowlett, Texas, Mary Bourne of Monrovia, California, and Claudine Works-Wright of San Pueblo, California. Brother-In-Law Glen Franklin, sister-in-law Edna Works, grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces and nephews and other loving relatives and friends.

Woody is preceded in death by his loving wife Eunice, his parents, brothers William Floyd Xenophone, and Lavell Works.

A Memorial service will be held Thursday, March 20, 2014 at Gilcrease Hills Baptist Church at 5:00 p.m., with interment Friday, March 21, 2014 at Ft. Gibson National Cemetery at 11:00 a.m.

Service Information

Time: 20-Mar-2014 5:00 p.m.
Location: Gilcrease Hills Baptist Church
Address: 2001 West Newton Street Tulsa, Oklahoma 74127


Kay Works
you're always be love and always in our hearts...Love you Woody...
Bonnie Haislip
You will truly be missed at the Childress Reunion. Being the faithful one to attend and worry about Utah's whereabouts. Prayers to the Works family from the Childress Reunion Committee in Nashville, Arkansas
Utah McElroy
We are praying for you in time of sorrow, may God bless you is our prayers
Pauline Hill Gentry
To the entire Bereaved Family and Claudine. The Lord will Sustain you and your family in this hour. From Pauline and the Willie & Alice Hill Family of Nashville, Arkansas (Hickory Grove).
Charlelne (Scoggins) McKeever
Sorry for your lost. A special person and good friend of Fred Scoggins, (deceased) here in Colorado. Love to the family and God Bless.
Mrs. Tena McElroy
My prays are with the family.
Eleanor Franklin and Family
May God be with you in your time of sorrow. HE never fails.
Charlene McGee Lewis
Mary and family, may prayers and faith carry you through this difficult time. Praying for your strength.