Barbara Ann (Moss) Woods

Born: Wed., Oct. 14, 1931
Died: Mon., May 11, 2020


Private Services


Graveside Service

2:00 PM Fri., May 15, 2020
Location: Prairie View Cemetery


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Barbara Ann (Moss) Woods

    Barbara Ann (Moss) Woods, 88, of Circleville, passed away peacefully on May 11, 2020 at Berger Hospital surrounded by her loving family. She was born on October 14, 1931, in Whisler, Ohio, the daughter of the late William and Alice (Chester) Moss.

    In addition to her parents, Barbara was preceded in death by her loving husband, Clarence Woods; sons, Clarence Jr., Max, Robert Keith, and Douglas William Woods; and brothers, William and Dwight Moss.

    Barbara is survived by her sons, Monte Woods, of Chillicothe, and Robert Douglas (Brenda) Woods, of Circleville; longtime friend and companion, Donald Maxson, of Circleville; 12 grandchildren, Scott Woods, of Chillicothe, Jeramiah Woods, of Columbus, Heidi Watson, of Springfield, Patrick (Leslie) Woods, of New Carlisle, Jennie (Nick) Woods, of Kingston, Heather (Jarrod) Alford, of Logan, Jason (Toni) Woods, of Laurelville, Renee (Matt) Wolfe, of Lancaster, Megan (Zach) Tehan, of Cable, Holly (Jeremy) Siberell, of Chillicothe, Kevin (Kristan) Woods, of Chillicothe, and Heath Woods, of Las Vegas; 22 great-grandchildren; 2 great-great-grandchildren; and numerous other special family members and friends.

    Barbara was a member of the Whisler Presbyterian Church where she donated her time cooking for special events. She also performed with the Cantata at Mount Pleasant Presbyterian Church, Kingston. Barbara served as a cook for the Logan Elm School District for many years. She enjoyed her lunch dates with her friends, Lavera, Shirley, and Debbie, as well as, spending time with her grandchildren making memories. She was also well known as one of the “Whisler Chicks.”

    The family would like to express their sincere appreciation for the kindness and care given to Barbara “Bobbie” during her stay at Logan Elm Health Care and to all of the ICU nurses and doctors at Ohio Health Berger Hospital.  

    A private funeral service will be held on Friday, May 15 at the HILL FUNERAL HOME, Kingston with Rev. Barry Bennett officiating. There will be no public calling hours. A graveside service will take place on Friday, May 15 at 2:00 p.m. at Prairie View Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in Barbara’s honor to the American Heart Association. Condolences and floral gifts can be made on Barbara’s online guest registry at www.hillfhkingston.com.

Charitable donations may be made in Barbara's memory to the following organization:

American Heart Association
http://www.americanheart.org
20 Speen St., Framingham, MA. 01701-4688
Tel: Tel: 800 662 1701

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Tammy Sutherland
   Posted Tue May 12, 2020
Monte, Doug and family,

I am so sorry to hear of Bobbi's passing. She was a wonderful woman and I thought a lot of her. Had some good times with her in Whisler. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this time.

Tammy

Heidi S Riddle
   Posted Tue May 12, 2020
So sorry to hear that Barb passed. Wishing you all peace. Sending thoughts and prayers.

Donald "DJ" Humphrey
   Posted Thu May 14, 2020
I offer you my thoughts, prayers, and well-wishes during this dark time in your life. Your mother was so nice to us mischievous boys growing up in Kingston. She had a heart of gold.

Debbie Joslyn
   Posted Thu May 14, 2020
I will miss my friend..I loved every lunchtime and our many visits at
Logan Elm 𝙷𝚎𝚊𝚕𝚝𝚑 Care..enjoyed every minute...RIP my dear friend..I will think of you often...will a smile..❤️

Sherri Moss
   Posted Fri May 15, 2020
Monte and Doug,
I'm so sorry for your loss. Bobbie was such a wonderful woman. I can remember Daisy and I dropping off food at church for some up coming event. Funerals, showers, fundraiser could have been anything really.. Bobbie, Francis and others would be busy cooking and fussing. She would always stop, talk and give me a sample of something before scooting me out the door to find other kids to play with. What I most miss is her coming over to visit with Daisy, spending the afternoon just talking. She was a very generous woman with her time and made everyone feel important. What a wonderful gift she was!
Sorry we can't be their with you, please know you are in my prayers.

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