Douglas David Woodard
August 15, 1963 – January 4, 2023
Douglas David Woodard, 59, of Chester, Virginia, departed this life on Wednesday, January 4, 2023.
Doug is survived by his wife, Michelle Woodard; his children, Dwayne Bevers and his wife, Jennifer Bevers, Justin Ashworth, Heather Ashworth and Simba; his grandchildren, Jaden Cundiff, Chance Bevers, and Aaliyah Bevers. He also leaves behind a brother, Bobby Woodard and his wife, Kathy Woodard; and a sister, Angie.
Doug never missed an opportunity to make someone laugh or to lend a helping hand. He made lasting impressions on everyone he met.
The family will receive friends and anyone that wants to celebrate Doug’s life at 1 p.m. on Sunday, January 22, 2023 at 3110 Mountclair Rd, Chester, Va, 23831.
Great man right here. This breaks my heart ♥️ ❤️ 💜 rip my friend watch over all of us…..
I will be there and let me know how I can help
We all grew up together I’m sorry we drifted apart My heart goes out to His Family and Friends You will be missed
He was a great guy would try to help anyone he love his Chevy trucks and Harleys too and was very talented carpenter/ builder nothing he could not do or at least try to miss u my friend
Love and Prayers to my sister, her children; thank you Doug for all your help and friendship these many years.. especially resently. God Bless, Love Ronnie and Linda
Doug we will miss you so much I will never let go of the knife u gave me the last few weeks u were alive and I only forget how no matter what the situation was if me and Dwayne had trouble you and Mitchelle (mom) were there and most of all how much you loved your granddaughter she cried and cried when we told her she listens to songs she knew you like n won’t stop playing them you definitely put a big impact and impression on each and every life you have been in we love and miss you so much u will never be forgotten thank you Doug for everything see you some day in heaven I jus can’t believe you really arent here still but rest in peace u were like a dad to me love you
I have some good memories of Doug an Robert. Runnin around JD’s Esso repair shop ! Hehehe and aunt Helen and her goats. Doug would jump the fence ! “Aye watch this he ain’t all that tough “!
Doug would get down on his hands and knees, That goat would get all up on his hind legs an get all bent an twisted out the frame. Then just charge into Doug and they would butt heads !! LOL Got a feeling the stories that will be told and heard, are gonna be once in a lifetime ! ROCK IN PEACE CUZ !!
Doug I will never forget when you lived with john and I . You came home one afternoon and asked me for a needle and thread because you had a date and needed to sew something. You were sitting on a water bed and stuck the needle in it and freaked out cuz the water started shooting up …I told you if you got up and let the pressure off it would stop and you could patch it….you went in the bath room and got a band aid and put on the hole. I laughed so hard I was crying….john not so much! lol Anyway God Speed and I loved you!