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Milton Woodcock

Milton Woodcock

 

April 14, 1950          ~          April 15, 2014

 

Milton B. Woodcock, 64, of Austin, died peacefully Tuesday April 15, 2014 at the Bowling Green Medical Center. He was born April 14, 1950 in Barren County to Ernestine Lyons Woodcock and the late James Murrell Woodcock.

Besides his mother, he is survived by his wife of 40 years, Linda Mae (Birge) Woodcock and a son, James Edgar Woodcock of Austin, a sister: Barbara Kidd; his brother-in-law: Eddie Dale Birge (Lisa) of Austin. Several uncles, aunts, nieces, nephews and many good friends and neighbors also survive.

In addition to his father, he was preceded in death by a sister, Emogene (Garrett) Reece.

Milton was employed by the Barren County Board of Education and worked at Austin Tracy School. He took great pride in serving his school family and the children there. These were among his happiest years.

Milton served on the Board of Directors for Kentucky Chapter 24 of the International Harvesters Tractors Collectors Club and the Austin Tracy Volunteer Fire Department. He was a charter member and firefighter for 30 years.

Funeral will be 11:00 A.M. Saturday at the Union #1 Church. Visitation will be after noon on Friday at the Hatcher & Saddler Funeral Home and after 9:00 A.M. Saturday at Union #1 Church. Alternate expressions of sympathy may be made to Union Baptist Church # 1 or the Austin Tracy Volunteer Fire Department.


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7 Entries for Milton Woodcock

  1. Tony & Paulette Wasylycia says:

    Mae, James Edgar, Ernestine & Barbara…Our hearts break for you right now and in the loss of a great friend. Know that you are in our prayers. I so very much enjoyed the many posts on facebook that Milton made. His family, friends, neighbors and community have lost a friend indeed.

  2. Donnie & Lori Miller says:

    Linda & family, so sorry for your loss. Will keep you all in our prayers.

  3. Beverly Lohden McCoy says:

    Mae I Am So Sorry To Hear Bout Your Husband, I Will Be Praying For You And Your Family Thank You For Being A Great Teacher Here Is My # 270-783-1039 Call Me Sometime.
    God Bless You,
    Beverly Lohden McCoy

  4. Dorthy Bray Perkins Dorothy Bray Perkins Paul & Linda Bray says:

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  5. Jeff & Jeanelle McGuire says:

    Our hearts are heavy for your loss yet we know that God has gained a wonderful soul. It has been a pleasure to work with and to know Milton and we know that this is hard for the family but your faith will carry you through the tough times.

  6. Richard & Carolyn Chambers says:

    Rhonda, Tonya, Jenna and Woodcock Family, We are so sorry to hear of Milton’s passing. Emogene spoke of him often, but I never met him until we opened the antique shop. He bought several Internationl Harvester pieces. He reminded me so much of Emogene. She was such a good friend, loved her much and still miss her. Please know our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. May your faith and good memories help to carry you through. Sincerely Richard & Carolyn

  7. David & Donnie Denton says:

    We will never forget the love,support and freindship that milton and you have shown our family and the community, he will be well thought of and miss by all. love David & Donnie