Barbara Woodworth Obituary, Death – In Elderwood at Hornell on December 3, 2022, at the age of 72, Barbara J. Woodworth, who had previously called that location home, passed away. When Barbara J. Woodworth passed away on Taylor Street, she had lived there in the past and was 72 years old at the time of her passing there. She was born on March 14, 1950 in the town of Warsaw, which is located in the state of New York. Her parents were named Joseph Curran and Dorothy Crawford Curran, and she was named after the town in which she was born.
She was their only child together at the time. She had been a student at Monroe High School in Rochester, which is located in Rochester, New York, and had graduated from that establishment before she moved to Canisteo in the early 1970s. Monroe High School is located in Rochester, New York. Canisteo is a neighborhood of Rochester, the city in which it is situated, and is considered to be a part of that city. She had previously worked at the hospital cafeteria at Rochester’s Strong Memorial Hospital at one point in the past.
Because she was such an active part of the congregation of the First Baptist Church in Canisteo, she could almost always be seen there on a Sunday morning. After the deaths of her parents and husband, Thomas Woodworth, she followed her husband and her parents into the afterlife, where she was reunited with them. There are a number of people who are left behind.
Including her sons Scott Lehman and Steven (April) Lehman, both of whom live in Hornell; her sister Mary Lou Clayton, who lives in California; her brother James (Anita) Curran, who lives in Honeoye Falls; and her six grandchildren, Wyatt, Emmett, Karli, Laciana, Ryiah, and Joshy. Her sister Mary Lou Clayton and her brother James (Anita) Not only her, but also her brother James and her sister Mary Lou Clayton have been able to stay alive (Anita). Everyone will experience loss in their own special way in response to her demise.