Reba Nell Woodie
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Reba Nell Woodie
  • December 26, 1931 - April 3, 2017
  • Mcdonough, Georgia

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Reba Nell Hall Woodie, age 85, of McDonough, GA, passed away on Monday, April 3, 2017. She was born in Elmore County, AL, to the late John Howard and Virgie Mae Matthews Hall. Reba was an Air Force wife, who followed her husband for 23 years and raised six children. She and her husband retired from the military life and moved back to Montgomery where she joined the Base Supply team at Maxwell AFB, retiring as Funds Manager. She enjoyed the last five years as a resident of McDonough, GA, near her children. She is preceded in death by her infant son, Richard Dale Woodie, her parents, her husband, Lloyd C. Woodie; and one brother, Forrest W. Hall.





She enjoyed spending time with her family and friends, fussing over her sweet dog, “Sophie”, talking politics, caring for her flowers, playing pinochle, watching a good movie, finding new recipes, weekly trips to the beauty shop, and watching Fox and Friends. She gave her heart to Jesus, trusted in Him for love and strength in this life, and life everlasting.





She is survived by her six children, Michael (Anne) Woodie of McDonough, GA; Linda (William) Cooley of McDonough, GA; Stephen (Carolyn) Woodie of Helena, AL; Barry (Jan) Woodie of McDonough, GA; Mark Woodie of Nashville, TN; Keith Woodie of McDonough, GA; two brothers, Larry (Patricia) Hall of Madison, AL; and John A. (Martha) Hall of Pelham, AL; 11 grandchildren and 22 great-grandchildren along with a host of nieces, nephews and cousins.





A Memorial Service will be held in Georgia at First Baptist Church of McDonough on



Friday, April 7th at 1 pm preceded by a brief visitation at noon. An Alabama visitation will be held at Leak Memory Chapel, Montgomery, AL, on Saturday, April 8th between 1-2 pm. Following the visitation, interment will take place at Montgomery Memorial Cemetery with the Reverend Mike Rogers offering a grave side blessing.





An online memorial gift may be offered to Vitas Hospice at VITASCommunityConnection.org, or by mail to Vitas Community Connection, 1575 Northside Drive, Suite 375, Atlanta, GA 30318