Celebrating the life of Samuel Lee Woodson
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He received his education at Lake Clifton High School in Baltimore, MD. Upon completion of his education, he became a full-time employee of the Rite Aid Distribution Center until it closed. “Sammy”, as he was affectionately known, moved on to the State Highway Administration. He worked there until his death.
Sammy touched the lives of all who knew him. He made numerous friends wherever he went and will be sincerely missed. Sammy was a true friend and a devoted family man. Sammy had many hobbies including washing cars, cutting grass for the neighbors, working on cars and fixing ‘stuff’.
He was preceded in death by his father, Richard N. Woodson and two brothers, Carl Woodson and Richard Woodson.
He leaves to mourn: his loving and devoted mother, Martha R. Woodson; one loving brother, Kenneth Woodson; one son, Jermaine Woodson; two grandsons, Jermaine Woodson, Jr. and J-cobi Woodson; two sisters-in-law, Rosetta Woodson and Geneva Payne (Richard); four nieces, Concetta Woodson, Tanisha Woodson-Gibbs, Carletta Woodson and Jeanette Woodson; one nephew, Richard Woodson, Jr.; six great nieces; three great nephews; six aunts, Celestine, Barbara, Florence, Charity, Martha and Christine; three uncles, Junie, Marshall and Roosevelt; one god-sister, Alicia Perry; one god-brother, Allen; god-father, Isaac; devoted friend, Robert Jackson; three devoted cousins, Charles, Marilyn and Roosevelt, Jr.; a host of other relatives and friends.
Funeral Services Saturday, February 14, 2009 at 1:00 p.m. at Hawkes Funeral Home Chapel, Blackstone with interment in the Mt. Nebo Baptist Church Cemetery, Blackstone.
W.E. Hawkes & Son Funeral Home of Blackstone in charge of the arrangements.
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