Delmer Ray Wood
- July 19, 1935 - January 27, 2013
- Junction, Texas
of Delmer's Passing
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It's been 15 months today since God called you home.I feel like my world has crumbled around me and I don't know how to put it back.When we talked and you worried about what I would do after you were gone.I would tell you,I'm big,I'm strong I will be ok.Well,I'm not.Loniness is hard to live with.I dread the nights and wish for the days to end.I'm still numb and I didn't think I had anymore tears left but they still
Posted by: Shirley Wood Apr 27, 2014
Posted by: wood Apr 27, 2014
Papa, you are a true soldier of life. I have never seen someone fight so hard to be around for your family. I believe your will alone kept you with us for an extra decade. Impressive. You know being the one kid in the family from CA, who was more about not getting my Jordan's scuffed than I was going out on the bayou to catch what looked like alligators to me, you never looked at me all that differently,
Posted by: Travis Chimera Apr 01, 2013
Woody was a gentle soul that touch my heart in a peaceful way with such kindness and love for others. I will always remember his gentle voice as his spirit lives on in each one his touched.
with love to the family. Clemente Pryor
Posted by: Clemente Pryor - Petaluma, CA - Friend Apr 01, 2013
Woody, you gave so much to everyone who knew you, and you live on in the smiles, the grace, and the ethics of those whose lives you touched. I know that, because you have influenced our family forever in a profound and positive way. The goodness and sweetness of your soul is being passed down through the generations. Diane is a reflection of you, and Ally of her - your moral compass pointed forever true north, and as a Father
Posted by: Alan Woodard - Miramar Beach, FL - Son in law Mar 03, 2013
I have always described my Dad as a kind, gentle man with absolute integrity. I have so many fond memories of all the wonderful times growing up and you were always there to make us feel safe. As a child, I always felt I had everything I wanted and needed. I know now as an adult the greatest gifts were what you taught me…compassion, love, kindness, and honesty.
You set the bar high by example.
I now feel there's a hole in
Posted by: Diane Woodard - Miramar Beach, FL - daughter Mar 03, 2013
We know how much you will miss your father. Praises be that he is at home with his heavenly father and will be able to love each of his earthly family from afar.Free from the cares of this physical world, your Dad is now surrounded by the purest of love that we can only imagine.
You who are left behind are in our thoughts and prayers.
Jackie and David
Posted by: Jackie Sue and David Johnson - Greenbrae, CA - Friend of Vicki Delgado Feb 20, 2013
You made Vicki very happy and were the best Dad ever. You were a true blessing in her life. We will all miss you being there and having that smiling sunshine face. Thanks for all you have done to make this a better world to live in.You are the and always will be the best DAD.
Posted by: Katie Necroto - Houston, TX - friend Feb 11, 2013
Pop, I have struggled with my selfishness all week. Even though I know where you are and my faith has taught me I will see you again, there are times I still want you here. To say I miss you is an understatement. The loss my heart feels is deeper than I ever knew could be possible. You were such a light in my life and I loved the times you counted on me and would brag about me being
Posted by: Vicki Delgado - Houston, TX - Daughter Feb 09, 2013
January 27,2013, God called another Angel home. Woody was the best husband, father and grandfather anyone could ever ask for. We shared so much in 52 years but now that seems like such a short time. Through all of our struggles we survived it all. Now, I have to survive so much and I feel so empty inside. My best friend is no longer with me and life is going to be so hard. You fought so long and struggled
Posted by: ShirleyWood - Junction, TX - wife Feb 09, 2013