In Memory

Steve Woodward - Class Of 1969

My brother, Steve went to Eternal Rest with our Lord on Nov. 25th at 6:17am one year to the day we got back together after 20 yr. fall-out!! He will go and be placed with our mother in a private funeral service on Jan, 11, 2011
He battled numerous cancers for 7 years + and finally succumbed to Liver Cancer. He was 59 years old, He gave a lot of himself to many people always thinking of others first. God Bless his wife Terasa and his son Jeff, and his little brother Paul.
Steve and Les Woodward
My brother and I in October when he was in physical therapy trying to and get better after his stay in the hospital.
Thanks again for your calls an support...
God Bless To You All.
Les' mailing address is:
Lester Woodward
25489 Elder Lane
Moreno Valley, CA 92557

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11/27/10 02:22 PM #1    

Irv Hill (1970)

It is with great sadness that I heard about the passing of Steve,I will always remember Steve for his great sense of humor and his willingness to doing anything for his friends.I'm very thankful to have known Steve and my thoughts and prayers are with those that Steve left behind.May God comfort all that have been touched by his passing.Rest in peace my friend , Irving Hill

12/04/10 12:13 PM #2    

Terry Sweeney (1968)

As reported from Cathy to Terry...

It is so sad to hear about Steve Woodward passing. He and my brother Pat used to hang around together...

Cathy Brehm Tomasek


12/16/10 11:59 AM #3    

Tony Metcalf (1969)

 Dear Woodward Family,

I am so sorry to hear of Steve's passing.  Steve was my friend from junior high through high school. Steve was special. He had a great sense of humor, with a great, open smile.  I also remember what a wonderful athlete he really was--he had great hands and was so graceful on the court, and on the field. I wish the best for his family.  RIP, Steve.

-Tony and Deb

01/02/11 06:40 PM #4    

Carolyn Albert (Edwards) (1966)

My deepest sympathies to Steve's family.  He will be missed by many, many of us.

10/03/15 12:10 PM #5    

Stephen Paiz (Mac) (1969)

I was saddened to hear (some time ago) of Steve passing. Steve was what it meant to be a good guy-warm, smiling, giving. I always felt close to Steve but maybe that's just how he made you feel. I had hoped to hook up and tell him that I always appreciated his gentle spirit but that did not happen and maybe that's what is actually  sad.

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