Thu. Mar 23rd, 2023

WEST FARMINGTON — Charles E. “Chuck” Woods, 74, passed away peacefully, Friday, March three, 2023, surrounded by his loving household.

Chuck was born Sept. 16, 1948, in Warren, the son of Forrest and Shirley Bailey Woods.

Chuck was a 1967 graduate of West Farmington Higher College. Upon graduation, he proudly served his nation in the U.S. Army from 1968 to 1970. An particularly difficult and devoted worker, Chuck retired from Delphi Packard Electric immediately after 30 years of service. Whilst operating at Delphi, he also owned and operated Chuck Woods Trucking, which he continued to operate immediately after retirement. He also drove for the Amish, exactly where he created quite a few friendships.

He was a member of Western Reserve Mason Lodge No. 507 of West Farmington.

Chuck was an avid outdoorsman. He enjoyed hunting and fishing, and was an avid golfer. He also loved dancing the twist, but his greatest joy was spending time with his household, specially his grandchildren and wonderful-grandchildren, whom he adored.

Chuck will normally be remembered lovingly by the adore of his life, his wife, the former Sharon Armstrong, whom he married March 19, 1988 3 sons, Brian (Jill) Woods, William (Valerie) Woods and Timothy (Candice) Woods daughter, Traci Rinzella (Thomas Brenkert) 12 grandchildren, Jacob, Elena, Jenna, Bella, Jaxon, Brilea and Bobbi Woods, Baylee (Tyler) Hughes, Lea (David) Aycock, Teri Fendenheim, Mark (Ashlee) Pemberton and Sharon (Garrett) Posey eight wonderful-grandchildren daughter-in-law, Angie Rinzella sister-in-law, Annie Woods and quite a few loving nieces and nephews.

Apart from his parents, Chuck was preceded in death by his initial wife, Virginia “Ginny” Woods brother, Bernard Woods and son, Ronald Rinzella.

The household will acquire relatives and good friends ten a.m. to noon Saturday, March 25, 2023, at Bazetta Christian Church, 4131 Hoagland-Blackstub Road in Cortland, followed by a memorial service at noon, with Pastor Timothy McCollum as celebrant.

Following the service, Chuck’s devoted service to our nation will be additional honored by the wonderful males of V.F.W. Post 9571 of Ellsworth.

The household would like to extend heartfelt gratitude to Hospice of the Valley, specially his nurse Ronda, for the sort and compassionate care shown to Chuck and his household.

In lieu of flowers, the household respectfully requests monetary donations be created in Chuck’s name to Hospice of the Valley, 979 Tibbetts-Wick Road Girard, OH 44420.

Arrangements have been entrusted to the experienced care of the Rossi Brothers and Lellio Brothers Funeral Residence, 4442 South Ave., Boardman. Loved ones and good friends are encouraged to give prayers for the household and assistance by way of telephone get in touch with, text, e mail or may well go to the Book of Memories at

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By Editor