In Loving memory of Charlotte Joy (Cox) Woody Charlotte was Promoted to Glory on April 14, 2019 at age 75. She was born to Luther E. Cox and Geneva (Sowers) Cox on May 14, 1943 in Vinita, Ok. Her father and step mother Marie B. Cox were stationed at Walker Airforce base during her high school years, where she graduated from Dexter high school in 1961. That is where she met the love of her life James F. Woody. They were married on April 8, 1961. They just celebrated their 58th wedding anniversary on April 8. 2019.
Charlotte spent 50 years serving her church and community while working for The Salvation Army both in Roswell and Wichita, KS where she lived for 30 years.
She is survived by her loving husband James F. Woody, son James E. "Bo" Woody and wife Lucille "Luci" (Hunt) Woody, grandson Michael W. Woody and son-in-law James Glenny all of Roswell; granddaughter Alicia "Lish" (Woody) Evens and husband Cody Evens of Reading, PA; grandson Matthew J. Woody (currently serving in the U.S. Navy) and wife Alicia (Muse) Woody, great-granddaughter Autumn and soon to be great-grand baby of San Diego, CA; brother Luther Cox Jr. and wife Ginney Cox of Lubbock, TX; sister-in-law Billie (Foster) Cox of TX as well as numerous nieces, nephews and cousins from all around the country.
She was preceded in death by her father Luther Cox, stepmother Marie Cox of Roswell, brothers Ronald and Rayburn Cox of TX and daughter Jeneva (Woody) Glenny of Roswell.
A service to celebrate the life of Charlotte will be held on April 19, 2019 at The Salvation Army Roswell Corps, located at 612 West College, beginning at 9:00am with a brief graveside service to follow at South Park Cemetery, led by Lt. W. Joe West of The Salvation Army. Viewing will be held at La Grone funeral chapel on Thursday April 18, 2019 from 9:00am to 7:00pm. Active pallbearers are Michael Woody, James Glenny, Cody Evens, John Woody, Clay Woody, Robert Dennis, Mark Granado and Alan Waldrop. Honorary pallbearers are Elliot West, Henry West, Faye West and Theodore "Teddy" West.
In lieu of flowers, please make donations to The Salvation Army Roswell Corps so that the work Charlotte so cherished may be continued in the community she loved.