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.