Massachusetts Veterans Memorial 

This Page is Dedicated to Private First Class  Robert W. Woodman My Father

 

" OLD SOLDIERS NEVER DIE THEY JUST FADE AWAY "


Private First Class Robert W. Woodman 
on the right with his brother John A. Woodman

Robert W. Woodman was a kind hearted loving father, thoughs of you That never toke time to get to know him couldnít have known the man he Was he enjoyed the simple things in life, he often spoke of his 6 children.

He was very proud of his three sonís and 3 daughters as well as his grand children. He would have gave the world to anyone of them to make them happy.  
He had a difficult life at times but he somehow made the best of what he had he was known as a good friend, husband
, grandpa and father.

He cared more for people then they knew.

                WE LOVE YOU DAD 

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Robert W. Woodman, 82, of Wareham died Dec. 23, 2004. He was the husband of Nancy G. (Clinton) Woodman; they were married 58 years. Born in Everett, the son of the late Willard D. and Mary (Bradbury) Woodman, he lived in Canton and Stoughton for many years before moving to Wareham in 1984. He graduated from Canton High School. Bob Woodman owned and operated Woodman Auto Electric for 20 years before retiring.  Bob Woodman enjoyed talking about his 6 children as well as watching the Boston Red Sox and listening to country & bluegrass music and playing his guitar.



         

Robert W. Woodman 
was a World War II Army veteran, who served in the Battle of the Bulge. 
He received a Bronze Star.Click here as well as many other metals. 

Nancy G. (Clinton) Woodman, 88, died September 1 at Falmouth Care and Rehabilitation Center after a long illness. She was the wife of the late Robert W. Woodman.

Born in Milton, she was the daughter of the late James L. & Grace (Heffernan) Clinton. Mrs. Woodman was a previous resident of Stoughton and Wareham before she moved to Falmouth eight years ago. She was a homemaker.

She is survived by her children, Brenda Malinosky of So. Easton, Suzanne G. Malinosky of Randolph, Nancy E. Amadei of Holbrook, Barry Woodman of Bristol, NH, James Woodman of Hopkinton, and Willard Woodman of Wareham; her brother, Stephen Clinton of Rockland; 16 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren.

 

 

 


Nancy Woodman was my mom she was a wonderful Woman Loving mother and caring wife. she was loved by many who knew her She was the kind of person you could talk to about just about anything and she was a great listener. As time goes by I have realized that holding grudges is not something that will ever
solve anything .

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