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Woodrow S. "Woody" Marsh
Jan 15, 1918 - Dec 31, 2005
Submitted by: Jo Aguirre

Enid News and Eagle 1-2-2006
A graveside service for W. S. “Woody” Marsh, 87, of Hennessey will be 10 a.m. Tuesday in Hennessey Cemetery. Lanny Jobe will officiate. Arrangements are by Cordry-Gritz Funeral Home.

He was born Jan. 15, 1918, near Prague to James W. and Josephine Smith Marsh and died Saturday, Dec. 31, 2005, at Hennessey.

He married Wilma Appl Aug. 23, 1939, at Prague. She preceded him in death.

He served in Japan during World War II. He owned and operated Woody Marsh Dozer Service in Hennessey. He was a member of Kingfisher Elks Lodge.

Surviving are two sons, John Marsh and Kenneth Marsh, both of Hennessey; one daughter, Mary Ellyson of Hennessey; one sister, Hope Emerson of Grants Pass, Ore.; five grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren.

Besides his wife, Wilma, he was preceded in death by seven brothers and sisters.


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