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Woods was an afi­cionado of fine Scotch whiskies, In­dia Pale Ales and Ohio City pasta tossed with his homemade basil pesto. Frus­trated by golf in re­tire­ment, Woods “un­re­tired” and founded Cleve­land’s Blue­Wa­ter Cham­ber Or­ches­tra in 2010, with a group of pro­fes­sional Cleve­land-area musicians.

Woods is sur­vived by his wife, Ladonna. Chil­dren are Blair Woods ( spouse Monique Watts); Brent Woods ( spouse Stephanie Britt); Brooke Woods; Robin House (spouse Keith); Heidi Belle­mente (spouse Mike). Woods had six grand­chil­dren: Cassidy, Mag­gie, Vaughn, Steele, Sofia & Abby May.

It is with grat­i­tude to Dr. Cory Fisher, Dr. Miriam Ja­cob, Shawn Mer­haut and Tracey Mate­jka that Carl­ton has do­nated his body to the Cleve­land Clinic Body Do­na­tion Pro­gram for the ad­vance­ment of med­i­cal science.

Ser­vice will be Sun­day, March 5, 2017, at 2 p.m. at the Avon Lake United Church of Christ, Avon Lake, Ohio. Re­cep­tion to fol­low.

In lieu of flow­ers, do­na­tions may be made to Blue­Wa­ter Cham­ber Or­ches­tra c/o: Cleve­land Fed­er­a­tion of Musicians Lo­cal 4 at 3631 Perkins Ave,, Suite 4C North, Cleve­land, Ohio 44114.

WATTS, Okla. — Le­an­der Am­bers Rose­beary, age 85, of Watts, Okla., passed away Feb. 25, 2017. He was born May 31, 1931, in Fayet­teville, Ark.

He is sur­vived by his wife Altie Janes Rose­beary; three chil­dren Kathy Har­rel­son, Cheryl Rose­beary and Le­an­der Am­bers Rose­beary II; eight grand­chil­dren and one sis­ter Bon­nie Thomas no ser­vices are sched­ule.

To sign the on­line guest book visit www.nel­son­berna. com.

GAINESVILLE, Va. — Af­ter a long and un­com­plain­ing bat­tle with breast can­cer, Su­san Janette Noe, 60, died on Sun­day, Feb. 5, 2017, sur­rounded by her fam­ily and a huge swell of love.

Su­san was born at the Fort Camp­bell Ken­tucky Army Base to Win­dle E. and Ruby N. Kirk. As an Army brat Su­san was a world trav­eler, with her fa­ther serv­ing in both the Korean and Viet­nam wars.

Su­san mar­ried Christo­pher David Noe in 1984, in Chicago, Ill., and they have two chil­dren, Stu­art and Kirk. Her fam­ily life has been shaped by ev­ery large and small thing that nur­tured her hus­band

and her boys. She was very in­volved in the Church and her com­mu­nity.

Af­ter grad­u­at­ing from Fayet­teville High School in 1974, Su­san at­tended the nearby Univer­sity of Ar­kan­sas. She then trans­ferred to the Univer­sity of Illi­nois, Chicago, where she met her hus­band Chris. She worked most re­cently at the Flory Small Busi­ness Cen­ter, where she ad­vised and ed­u­cated lo­cal busi­ness own­ers on a wide range of top­ics. Be­sides sewing and theatre, she was an avid reader. Su­san loved singing, Christ­mas, Nutcrack­ers, Dis­ney World, Cap­tain Amer­ica and show tunes.

Su­san is pre­de­ceased by her mother Ruby Nell Kirk, and her grand­par­ents Pete and Kate Ge­orge, of Ar­kan­sas.

She is sur­vived by her hus­band Chris; her sons, Stu­art and Kirk; her fa­ther, Win­dle; and her sib­lings Terri, Tim, and Lisa, as well as many nieces and a nephew.

A cel­e­bra­tion of her life was held on Feb 7, 2017, at the Manas­sas Church of Christ, in Manas­sas, Va. In mem­ory of Su­san, and in sol­i­dar­ity with her all too com­mon bat­tle, do­na­tions for can­cer re­search would be ap­pre­ci­ated through Su­san G. Komen, or the Amer­i­can Can­cer So­ci­ety. Trib­ute cards can be ad­dressed to: the fam­ily of Su­san Noe, 13760 Lau­ri­anne Ter­race, Gainesville, Va. 20155.

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