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John William Wood

May 13, 1997 October 29, 2018
John William Wood
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Obituary for John William Wood

John William Woods was born in Shawnee, Oklahoma on May 13, 1997, and lived his life in Wewoka, Oklahoma. He was taken from this world on October 30, 2018.

John was a gun enthusiast and doomsday preppier who loved being outside. he was very intelligent and like learning other languages and cultures. His spare time was spent hiking thru the woods, listening to music, weight lifting, fishing, studying sighting, playing video games, and doing art work. He enjoyed spending time with his dogs Tady and Apollo.

John went to school at Strothers and later welding school at Gordon Cooper Vo-Tech. He got his first job at fifteen working for Country Hatchery and later Expanded Solutions which he loved. He loved and had God in his heart and attended Akasvmkv Church, Wewoka.

Preceding John in death is paternal grandmother Belva Jean Woods, maternal great-grandparents Wathena and J.B Norman and grandfather Randy Norman.

John leaves behind to cherish his memories Mother Chrystal Norman Woods, Father Kenneth Woods, brother Matthews Woods, sister Elisia Woods, grandmother Paula Gamble, niece Flora Woods ,great-grand parents George Wayne Allen and Mary Yancey Allen; nephew Aiden Norman, uncle Boney Roach, many more aunts, uncles, cousins and friends that loved him.

A pot luck dinner will be 5:00 PM Saturday, November 10, 2018 at Akasvmkv Church, followed by a Candlelight Vigil Memory Tribute and 7:00 PM .

Arrangements by Stout-Phillips Funeral Home



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