December 12, 2018

Mrs. Sue Woodard

Mrs. Sue Wright Woodard, age 74, of Franklin passed away Tuesday November 27, 2018.

Funeral services for Mrs. Woodard will be conducted Friday November 30, 2018 at 2:00 PM from New Springs Church with the Rev. Rodney Roquemore officiating.

Her body will lie in state at the church from 1:30 – 2:00 PM prior to the service. Interment will follow the service in the church cemetery.

The family will accept guests at Stutts Funeral Home Thursday evening from 5:00 – 7:00 PM.

Mrs. Woodard was born July 24, 1944 in Heard County to the late Homer Green Wright and I. D. Hill Wright. She was a member of New Springs Church.

She was retired from Baby Cloze in Franklin, where she worked as a seamstress.

She dearly adored her family, especially her grandchildren. It gave her great joy to have everyone over for a home cooked meal.

She enjoyed many different hobbies and pastimes. She liked to work outside in her garden. She was particularly proud of her flowers. She liked to read and solve puzzles. When she watched TV, game shows were her favorite programs. She also liked to read and listen to gospel and country music.

When she wasn’t at home, she loved to travel and see other places. Trips to the mountains and the beach with friends and family were the most special to her.

Survivors include her husband, Jerry Woodard of Franklin; daughter and son-in-law, Danica and Michael Red of Franklin; two grandchildren, Makayla Red and Evan Red; three sisters, Mary Nell Hendrix (James) of Franklin, Janice Meacham (J. L.) of Newnan, and Sally Moore of Douglasville; one sister-in-law, Gail Wright of Hiram; one brother, Richard Wright (Sara) of Roopville; and a number of other relatives and friends.

In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by her husband, G. T. Davis; two sisters, Norma Simpkins and Sara Pitts; and a brother, James Wright.

Those who wish may write memorial tributes at www.stuttsfuneralhome.com.

Stutts Funeral Home of Franklin, GA is in charge of arrangements.

Comments

  1. Mrs. Sue was a precious lady, I went to church with her at Olive Branch. She will be missed by so many, wonderful lady to talk with she always for me to smile when I was down. Love you Mrs. Sue R.I.P.

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