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Zarod Michael Woody

Oklahoman Published: July 5, 2000
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WOODY Zarod Michael Woody was born April 17, 1988 in Oklahoma City to parents Donald and Zina Woody. He was the second born of two children being the younger brother of Donald Woody Jr. Zarod attended Rogers Middle School and received a Presidential Academic Award. He was on the Principal's Honor Roll and earned numerous other academic achievements. Zarod was a member of Judah Christian Assembly, where his father serves as Pastor. There, he served as a Youth Praise Leader and a member of Children's Church. Like his father, Zarod was a soloist with an anointed and powerful voice. He was a bright and spirited child who loved to sing and praise the Lord. He worked diligently and faithfully with his family, supporting the vision of his father in the church. Zarod was a young man with a very pleasant personality who loved life, his family and friends. In return, he was loved by many, touching the hearts of those who knew him. His mother says that he was her angel. Zarod Michael Woody departed this life July 1, 2000, leaving to cherish his memories, his parents Donald and Zina Woody; one brother, Donald Woody Jr.; paternal grandfather, James Woody and grandmother, Imogene Woody; maternal grandmother, Sharon Luper; a host of uncles, aunts, cousins and friends. Services will be held on Thursday, July 5, 2000, at 11:00 a.m., at Greater First Deliverance Temple, 2101 N. Bryant. The Interment will be held at Trice Hill Cemetery. Under the direction of Temple & Sons Funeral Directors, Inc.

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