Ronald Woodcock “Woody”, age 61 of Roberts, WI, and formerly of Meadowlands, MN, died on Tuesday, July 12, 2016 at his home. Woody was born the son of John and Dorothy (Suitor) Woodcock on February 2, 1955 in Duluth, MN. He grew up in Meadowlands and graduated from Toivola-Meadowlands High School with the class of 1973. Woody spent 23 years in the building, grounds and maintenance department with Amsoil in Superior, WI and the past 14 years in the lumber yard at Menards in Hudson, WI. He was married to Judith Geske on July 18, 1978 in Superior. Woody enjoyed hunting, fishing, carpentry, and fixing things. He was a quiet, loyal man with a big heart. He was always willing to help. He is survived by wife, Judith Woodcock; daughter, Jacqueline Jones; son, John Woodcock; and granddaughter, Zoie Jones. A Celebration of Woody’s Life was held on Friday, July 22, 2016 from 3-7 pm at the pavilion in the park in Roberts, WI. Cremation services provided by Bakken-Young Funeral & Cremation Services of Baldwin.
You were a pleasure to work with and a good friend. Thank you for everything you have done for me, you will truly be missed by everyone whose lives you touched.
I’ll Miss you Ron!
He really did like you bill always said you were a void kid.
It’s been a pleasure working with you over the last few years. You were a heck of a good guy, and it was always the highlight of my weekend when I’d wander out to the yard to talk with you. You’ll be missed by the many people who’ve had the honor of working with you over the years.
Sorry to hear this. Prayers and Hugs for you and your mom!!!
The Jones/Miedema families, Our hearts go out to Jude, Jay, Jacky, and Zoie. May G-d grant you his peace and may you feel his love.
Well ron ill never forget the joys and smiles you brought me and amber. Cant wait to shoot down some pigeons in heaven with you man. Until then ill watch out for jude. Say hi to my brother
I enjoyed working with Ron and will miss him.
Woody always made you laugh.Enjoyed his company for many years..He will be missed.A great person I had the pleasure of knowing.
I love you Ron. I’ll never forget all of the things you taught me. One of the best role models I ever had.You were an amazing man and will be missed.
Working the last 3 yrs with you was a lot of fun… I enjoyed our talks about life… You will be missed… Aloha Oe my friend, until we meet again… RIL…
You will be greatly missed by many and touched many peoples lives not even knowing it… Its been an honor to work with you and joke daily with you… Until we meet again my friend. My Prayers and thoughts go out to the family.
Sending prayers for healing and many big hugs!
You will be missed beyond words you were the best part of the day and always helpful
Cindy and I still can’t grasp this but we know that you are in a better place with all our thoughts
Tim and Cindy Hess
Sorry to hear about this. Use to Hunt with Woodie and Judy years ago up here in Northern WI. Had many a fun time with them over the years.
R.I.P. my dear cousin. I’m sorry we never got to see you again after we both had graduated. It sounds like you were one beck of a man and loved by all who knew you. I’m happy you brought so muchn hmm onto others. Give my mms on and dad a.hug from me when you see them. You will be missed.
Ronald, sounds like you were an inspiration to many and a well like co-worker.. So sorry to hear of your loss Judy. This is Ronald 1st cousin Ellen, our moms were sisters. I live in Siren WI & I have a daughter & family that live in Hammond . My deepest sympathies to you and your family.
Ellen Valla Ellis