Date Created: 07/08/2015
Last Updated: 07/08/2015

In loving memory of Mark Woodward
6/12/1958 - 7/3/2015

Location: Columbus, Georgia

Visits: 14,137

This memorial was created in honor of Mark Callie Woodward of Atlanta, Georgia. Mark was born on June 12, 1958 and passed on July 3, 2015. Mark was loved by many and will be dearly missed by all friends and family.

We encourage you to leave photos and/or videos under the Gallery, write a note to the family under Condolences, leave a message to honor Mark's memory under Tributes, leave a memorable story under Memories, or let us know you visited by signing the Guestbook.

We are grateful for your support and love and will truly miss our Father, Grandfather, Brother, and Uncle.

Among the many that will miss Mark he leaves behind his wife, Terie Woodward from Atlanta, GA; Two daughters, Cecelia Woodward from Washington, GA and Bonnie Woodward from Freeport, PA; a step-son, Jay Mielnik from Covington, GA; a step-daughter, April Smith from Atlanta, GA; 11 grandchildren; his loving mother, Nellie White Anderson from Wagram, NC; 5 siblings, Dave Woodward from Key West, FL, Paula Woodward Savage from Wagram, NC, Gary Woodward from Memphis, TN, Russell Woodward from Cedartown, GA, and Luanne Woodward Upton from Spartanburg, SC; along with numerous nieces and nephews which he loved them all dearly. Mark is proceeded in death and I am sure happily reunited with his father Ard Woodward, step-father Andy Anderson, and two brothers Alan Woodward and Roger Woodward.

Mark was very proud to serve our country in the U.S. Navy and will have a memorial service with military honors held on Sunday, July 19, 2015, 1:30 pm at Historic Carmichael-Hemperley Funeral Home 2968 East Point St. East Point, GA 30344. As he wished his ashes will at that time be handed off to a Navy representative for a burial at sea.


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From: Regina and Beverly Atkinson Thursday, March 15, 2018
How did Jesus feel about losing his friend? The account tells that Jesus joined Lazarus' relatives and friends were grieved over this loss. Seeing them, Jesus was deeply moved. He groaned within himself and become trouble. "Then, the account says, "Jesus gave way to tears." [John 11:33,35] Did Jesus' grief mean that he had no hope? Not at all. In fact, Jesus knew that something wonderful was about to happen.[John 11:3,4] Still, he felt the pain and sorrow that death bring. In a way, Jesus' grief is encouraging to us. It teaches us that Jesus and his Father, Jehovah, hate death. But Jehovah God is able to fight and overcome that enemy!

From: Althea Woodward Davenport Wednesday, July 08, 2015
Death of our loved ones is never easy. Our hearts ache for a very long time until we slowly accept that they have left this earth. Only memories keep them in our hearts and knowing one day we will see them again. I truly am sorry for everyone's loss. Know that my thoughts and prayers are with all of you. Hugs for all.

From: Never Gone Wednesday, July 08, 2015
Dear Bonnie,

We are so sorry about the loss of your loved one. We will be here to do everything we can to help you remember the life of your lost loved one. We hope that our site will allow you deal with the loss in your own way. God Bless.

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