Woodrow Townsend Obituary, Death – On December 4, 2022, Woodrow Wilson Townsend, who had resided in Farmville, Virginia all of his life, passed away in the comfort of his own home. At the time of his passing, he had attained the ripe old age of 92 years. At the time when this sentence was written, he had been married to his wife Dora Lowe Townsend for seven decades, and he was a devoted husband to her throughout their entire marriage.

Prior to Woodrow’s passing, both of his children, Danny Lee Townsend and Pamela Jean Townsend, as well as his grandson Ryan Keith Huddleston and great-grandson Kenny E. Townsend, all passed away. Some of the people who will carry on after he has passed away include his wife, Dora L. Townsend, as well as their daughter, Sharon Kay Huddleston (Keith). Grandfather of six grandsons, including John E. Townsend, who was married to Allison; Daniel L. Townsend, who was married to Eryn; Matthew A. Townsend, who was married to Jessica; and Joshua A. Townsend, who was married to Jessica. Survived by six grandsons.

Survived by nine great-grandchildren: Hunter Townsend, Samantha Southall (Jesse), Leilana Townsend, Dylan Townsend, Phillip Townsend, Greyson Townsend, Mason Townsend, Raelynn Townsend, and Carly Long. Hunter Townsend; Samantha Southall (Jesse); Leilana Townsend; Dylan Townsend; Phillip Townsend; Greyson Townsend; Mason Townsend; Raelynn Mason Townsend; Raelynn Townsend; Greyson Townsend; Hunter Townsend; Samantha Southall (Jesse); Leilana Townsend;

Dylan Townsend; Phillip Townsend; Greyson Townsend; Hunter Townsend; Leilana Townsend; Phillip Townsend; In addition to that, Raelynn Townsend was able to keep her life. Hello, my name is Carly Long. His great-great-grandchildren are Brentley Southall, Kinsley Southall, Everett Southall, Oliver Fishburne, and Ivy Fishburne, and he is also survived by Ivy Fishburne. HisĀ  Ivy Fishburne is the only member of his family still alive. At the age of 17, Woodrow served his country in the United States Army during the Korean War.

He was honored with the Purple Heart for his service. In addition to this, he became a member of the Prince Edward Volunteer Rescue Squad back when the organization was just getting started, and he has remained a member of this group for the entirety of his life. As a result of his position as a Boy Scout Leader, he was given the opportunity to travel to Philmont on two different occasions. This accomplishment gave him a great deal of satisfaction, and he took a lot of pride in it.

In addition to that, he worked for the United States Postal Service in the downtown area as a mail carrier and employee of the post office until the middle of the 1990s, at which point he made the decision to finally retire from his job at the post office. At one o’clock in the afternoon on December 9th, the Puckett Funeral Home will be in charge of directing the graveside services that will take place at Westview Cemetery. These services are scheduled to take place on the ninth of December.

Would you please consider making a donation to the Prince Edward Rescue Squad in place of sending flowers? Thank you for your consideration. [Further citation is required]