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Randall Jason Woods

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Randall Jason Woods was born on May 29, 1978 to Michael and Nancy Woods in Roswell, NM. He met our Lord and Savior on May 3rd, 2018 after battling a lengthy illness. Born and raised in Roswell, Randy attended school at Berrendo Elementary, Berrendo Middle, and Goddard High School. During his childhood, Randy enjoyed spending time with his parents, brother, his many friends, and cousins.
He attended college at South Plains College in Lubbock, TX and Eastern New Mexico University in Portales, NM. He attended management school at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota, and he was in the Leadership Roswell class of 2006. He had a strong work ethic and he poured his heart and soul into his family’s business at American Moving and Storage, where he was the best boss, a strong salesman (earning the sales award in June 2012 from United Van Lines), and he was very particular about treating his customers with the same respect that he treated his grandparents.
Randy met the love of his life in March of 2003 on a blind date. Randy and Sonya married September 20, 2003 in Las Vegas, NV. Together they had two beautiful daughters, Kyra and Macy. He deeply loved his wife and children with all that he had. He treasured his relationship with his children and he was a very proud father, the best dad ever. He taught his children how to golf and ride their bikes among many other things. He was blessed to meet the love of his life, best friend, and soulmate at a young age and they both knew during their first date that they had found the one.
Randy is survived by his wife, Sonya; daughters Kyra and Macy Woods; His parents Michael and Nancy Woods; brother Christopher Woods and partner Scott Caldwell; Father in law Rick Kuehnemund, whom he considered one of his best friends; Brother in law Jared Kuehnemund; Sister in law Sarah Kuehnemund; Niece Emma Kuehnemund; Nephew Ryker Kuehnemund; a special cousin Marc Woods, and dear friends who were more like brothers, Paul Thompson and Landon Mayberry. As well as aunts and uncles; Cindy and Greg Anderson; Todd East; Steve and Dianna Woods; Paul and Etta Woods; and numerous cousins.
He is preceded in death by his grandparents Jack and Vida Woods and Al and Alice East; an uncle Alan Woods, with whom he shared a special connection; and Mother in law Sally Kuehnemund.
Randy never met a stranger. He was kind-hearted and helped anyone, anytime they needed it. He would have given you the shirt off his back, even if it was the only one he had. Everyone knew Randy was eager to help and worked hard all the days of his life. He was a great story teller and loved to tell jokes. He was a happy and blessed man and he shared that joy with his family and friends. He shared a special joke with his children the day he passed away.
Randy’s wishes were for his life to be celebrated with a large gathering of family and friends and his children have decided to celebrate their dad on what would have been his 40th birthday. His celebration of life will take place on Tuesday, May 29, 2018 at 6p.m. at the First Church of the Nazarene in Roswell, NM; Pastor Melvin Rigsby officiating.
A Remembrance Celebration for Randy will be held at the Roswell Elk’s Lodge on Saturday, May 26, 2018 at 3 p.m. Please join us for appetizers and sharing of stories and memories.
The Roswell Assurance Home had a special place in Randy’s heart and one of his final wishes was to have donations made in his name to them.
A go fund me account has been set up by friends of the Woods Family to help with medical expenses.

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