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   Carl B Woody 76 113 Brickey St Kingsport died Sunday Feb 19 1995 at North Side Hospital following a lengthy illness.
   Mr. Woody was a native of Mountain City and had lived in Kingsport for the last 13 years He was a son of the late Arnold and Sudie Shook Woody.
   Mr. Woody was a retired construction worker and a former coal miner. He was a US Army veteran of World War II. He received the Purple Heart.
   Mr. Woody was a member of Disabled American Veterans. He was a Protestant.
   Mr. Woody was preceded in death by two brothers and one sister.
  Survivors include his wife Naomi Martin Woody, one son; Roger Lee Woody, Utica, Mich.; three daughters, Carol Yvonne Thompson, Silver Springs. Fla., Latitia Ann Wakefield, Camarillo, Calif. and Linda Elaine Griffin, Anderson, SC formerly of Johnson City, one brotherl Lonnie Junior Woody, Pageton W. Va., eight grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren

[courtesy of "Darcie"]

Grave marker for Carl B.. Woody in Plot LL, Site 1405, Mountain Home National Cemetery, Johnson City (Washington county), Tennessee.


Carl registered for the draft in McDowell County, WV on 16 October 1940 and was inducted into the  Army at Fort Thomas, Newport, KY on 17 October 1942.

Due to the lack of Morning Reports for Service Company, little is known of Pvt Woody other than that he appeared in the Service Company montage photo taken at Camp Mackall, NC in early 1943

He was discharged on 6 October 1945.

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