Raymond “Uncle Red” Woodley Jr.

Raymond “Uncle Red” Woodley Jr.

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One handsome, good looking, and debonaire man had to go home today,

Seeds to sow, spring on the way!
Heaven needed a master gardener, carpenter, and B.S.er
When he finally called, he said yes sir!
Raymond James Woodley Jr., June 12,1928- March 18, 2019, Loving husband of the late Terry Woodley (nee Ameis)  Loving Father of Debbie and (Roger) Kuhn, Kim and (John) Heitert, Kerri and (Keith) Overbeck, Jeff and (Shawn) Young; Kathy and (David) Owens, Liz and (Mike) Warden, Greg and (Karlie) Owens, Matt and (Marie) Owens; Barb and (Gerry) Koehler, Angie and (William) Pete Rodrigues, Teresa Thompson, Lori Thompson; Elaine and (Danny) Dunn, Craig and (Lyndsey) Dunn, Brian Dunn; Jeanne Fischer, Chris Trout, Samantha and (Mirza) Mulaosmanovic, Ryan Fischer; Mark Woodley (Beth), Mark Woodley Jr.(Lisa), Heather Woodley.  Most Loved Husband, Father, Son, Brother, Brother In-Law, Uncle, Grandfather, Great-Grandfather and Great-Great Grandfather and Friend to many.
On Thursday March 21st Visitation at 9:15 in the back of church.
Memorial Mass at Immaculate Conception Church
2934 Marshall Ave.
Maplewood, Mo. 63143

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  1. Ruth Ann Herries says:

    Prayers for peace and comfort to the Ray Woodley family who showed their father sincere love & respect. This honor shines a light to the greatness of this man, Raymond Woodley. I did not know Ray personally, but I feel I do know him through his children who were dedicated and devoted. This to me is a testament to the man, Ray Woodley. Love to each of you as you celebrate his life.

  2. Della Fleetwood says:

    Ray Woodley, my second father. Showed me from the time I was 13 years old that hard work and pushing yourself was the way. From encouraging me to screaming at me. I WAS BLESSED FOR EVERY MOMENT I SPENT WITH YOU! ( I was one of the few that would scream back and lived ) lol You are forever in my heart and my memories. Till we meet again.. I love you!

  3. Brad and Tracey Trout says:

    So sorry to the Woodley clan, Ray was good man, had many great fishing adventures with him, (TUNA) RIP Ray

  4. Deborah Johnson says:

    Ray Woodley, my friend. The first one to greet me and welcome me to the neighborhood. Always offering to help me. He made me laugh and I was so comfortable around him. I’ll miss him. Prayers and comfort for his family.

  5. Matt @ Mary Ameis says:

    Rest in peace Uncle Red.

  6. Mary A Kiefer says:

    I am so sorry for your loss.

    Ray was a very interesting person and quite the character from the Parker Lake Community. I only knew him from the Parker Lake home. I was his title person and we had quite a few discussions. Always a talker and it didn’t matter if it was about real estate. He talked about his family with me also, he was quite proud of everyone. You will always have your memories of him. May he rest in peace.
    Best regards. Mary Kiefer