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Gloria Woodard

Gloria Lewis Woodard (Lewis)

Friday, June 14th, 1935 - Thursday, April 9th, 2020
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Obituary

Gloria Lewis Woodard was born June 14, 1935, at Odessa, Texas, to F.F. Lewis and Edna Harraman Lewis. Gloria passed away on April 9, 2020.

In her lifetime, she enjoyed various hobbies: animals, gardening, traveling, and camping with her husband and children. Her husband and children were her life. Gloria was a past Girl Scout Leader, Cub Scout Leader, on the board of the YMCA, where she was chairman of the Girls Soccer League. She was a Sunday School teacher, a choir member of Central Presbyterian Church, and a sustaining member of the Waxahachie Junior Service League. She worked at Nicholas P. Sims Library and concluded her 33-year career retiring as Assistant Director.

Gloria was preceded in death by her parents, her sister Dorothy and husband Bruce Page of Odessa, her brother and his family, Leon Lewis, wife Thelma, and son Leroy of Odessa.

She is survived by her husband, Le Woodard of Waxahachie, and three children, daughter Lori Woodard of Waxahachie, Sons Zane Woodard of Reagor Springs, and Lane Woodard of Memphis, TN, granddaughter Ashley and great-granddaughter Gracie of Houston, and adopted daughter Kelly Larson of Waxahachie.

There will be no visitation. A private family service will be held at a later date. Gloria donated her body to Science at U.T. Southwestern in Dallas. In lieu of flowers, anyone wishing to donate in honor or memory of Gloria may send it to St. Jude’s Childrens Research Hospital at stjude.org/donate/donate-to-st-jude.html or mail to 501 St. Jude Place Memphis, TN 38105.
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Eddie Pylant

Posted at 10:44pm
I would like to say to the Woodard family that your mom was an angel on earth. She was always so sweet and caring and always with love. She pick my sprites up many a time. I was a class mate and friend of Lori’s. Zane and I cross paths many times and I a lot of fun. Lane and I became friends my senior year. Then I work with Le at OCF and I was lucky again to have your mom in my life. I finish as I started she was an angel on earth as she will be in heaven. Eddie Pylant
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CL

Posted at 05:18pm
Mark and Carmena Larson

We will always cherish the memories of our happy times and holidays spent with Gloria and always remember the kind lady she was.
We send our love and sincere condolences to the Woodard family.
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Kelly Larson

Posted at 11:06pm
Heaven gained another angel to help stand guard and protect us. Mrs. W so graciously accepted me into her family nearly 30 years ago and was like a second mom to me. Especially after I lost my own mother. She would always introduce me as her "adopted" daughter. She was a wonderful woman, always so bright and vibrant. I loved her dearly and will miss her. My heart is heavy with her passing. RIP Gloria!

Natalie Smith

Posted at 05:11pm
If I could possess half the style, class, grace and kindness as Gloria! I admired her greatly and aspired to be more like her. I'm truly blessed to have known her and to love her! She always treated me like family!
My deepest sympathies to Le, Lori, Kelly, Zane, Lane and Curtis. Gloria will be greatly missed.
Natalie Smith
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Barbara

Posted at 11:51am
Gloria was a fine lady and will be missed by all of us at Sims Library. Rest in peace.
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