Memoriam of Woolman
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Bobby Dean Woolman

Bobby Dean Woolman, 71, passed away Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2006, at Craig
General Hospital.
Bob was born June 28, 1934, to Melvin and Lucy (Echols) Woolman in Vinita.  
He moved to Colorado with his parents at an early age, but returned to this area
while still a child to grow up. He was united in marriage to Mary Elizabeth
‘Beth’ (Steeber) Shults on Aug. 5 1966 in Vinita.  He served his country in the U.
S. Army.  He worked for Lyon’s Ranch and Vinita Water Department, and
retired from the Craig County District 3 in 1996.
Bob was an active member of the First Church of God and regularly attended at
Cowboy Junction.  He was a member of Vinita Masonic Lodge #5.  He loved to
sing and always wanted to give everyone a hug.  He enjoyed fishing and
spending time with family and friends.
Bob was preceded in death by his parents; children, Floyd Melvin Woolman,
James Bruce Woolman, and Ramona Ann Woolman; a brother, Orville
Woolman; a sister, Maxine Woolman Shelton; a grandson, Johnny Lee Dunfee;
a great-granddaughter, Dawnie Frost; a great-grandson, Talen Kristopher
Willis; and a grandson, Tanner Almand.
The family includes: his wife, Beth, of the home; daughters, Wateena Ahrens
and husband Arnold of Gravette, Ark., Coweeta Couch of Vinita, and Lovonna
Jones and husband Delbert of Pulaski, Iowa; sons, Bobby Woolman, Jr. and
wife Doris of Vinita; Randy Shults and wife, Sandy of Vinita.
EVANS, MARY W.S.

Evans, Mary W. S.(nee Scattergood)
'Scatty'
On April 27, 2006 of Medford Leas, formerly of Marlton. Age 93.
Beloved wife of the late William H. Evans, Jr. Loving mother of Connie R.
Evans (Dean E. Richhart) of Medford and Sue E. Ashton (Jeff V. Ashton)
of Federal Way, WA.
Devoted grandmother of Ryan and Jennifer Ashton.
Mrs. Evans was formerly a librarian at Moore College of Art and assisted
with the establishment of the Evesham Township School Library and the
Evesham Township Public Library. She served as librarian in the
Evesham Township Schools for nearly 20 years.
She was a member of Cropwell Friends Meeting, the Evesham Historical
Society, the Marlton Questers, the Evesham Twinning Association, and the
John Woolman Memorial Association.

There will be a Memorial Service at 3pm on Monday, May 1, 2006 at
Medford Leas. Interment will be private. In lieu of flowers, the family
requests donations to
Cropwell Friends Meeting,
802 S. Cropwell Rd,
Marlton, NJ 08053
or to the
Evesham Historical Society,
10 Madison Ct.,
Marlton, NJ 08053
www.bradleyfuneralhome-marlton.com



Publication date: 4/29/06 The Courier Post