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Thursday, May 25, 2017

'Woody' Woodworth, 85, Thompson Ave. Resident, Died at Home Monday; Celebration of Life June 3, 2:00, VFW

Eugene C. Woodworth
Eugene C. “Woody” Woodworth, age 85, of Silver Lake, New York, passed away at home surrounded by his family and care givers on Monday May 22, 2017. Eugene was born in Gainesville, New York on July 24, 1931, a son to the late Croy and Mary (Bauer) Woodworth.

Eugene was a graduate of Warsaw Central School. He worked for the former Kaustine Furnace and Tank Company in Perry as a welder. He ran the film strips for the former Perry Theater in Perry and the Silver Lake Drive-in for many years, and ran his own electrical business. If “Woody” wasn’t working you would find him in his garage puttering around or working on a vehicle.   (continued)

He is survived by his children: Julie Johnson of Silver Lake, Rebecca Dailey of Perry, Timothy and Russell Woodworth both of Silver Lake, 1 sister: Mary Lou Matyas of Warsaw, 3 brothers: Fredrick (Norma) Woodworth of Mt. Morris, Charles (Florence) Woodworth of Perry and Merle Woodworth of Pike, 2 sister-in-laws: Patricia Woodworth of Orangeville and Barbara Woodworth of Warsaw, 6 grandchildren: Todd Woodworth, Casey and Lucas Johnson, Kelsey, Jessica and Eric Woodworth, 2 great grandchildren: Willow Woodworth and Pasley Taylor, along with several nieces and nephews. 

A Celebration of Woody’s Life will be held on Saturday June 3rd, 2017 at the Perry VFW, Washington Blvd. in Perry at 2:00 P.M. (In Lieu of flowers) Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer SocietyTo send flowers or a remembrance gift to the family of Eugene C. Woodworth, please visit our Tribute Store.

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