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Lola "Faye" Woodfin

IOWA PARK - Born in Beattie, Texas, September 13, 1914, to Mary Delilah Nelson and Walter Nelson, Lola “Faye” Woodfin departed from this life to be with her LORD on Wednesday, August 8, 2007 in Amarillo, Texas. A graveside service was held at the Highland Cemetery, Iowa Park, under the direction of Dutton Funeral Home on Saturday, August 11 at 10:00 A.M.

She married Virgil I. Woodfin, June 6, 1943. She was a devoted wife, companion and friend to her husband.

While in Iowa Park, Mrs. Woodfin was a very active member of First Baptist Church. She taught the four and five year old department in church until her health declined in her later years. Many young women were influenced by her leadership in the Girls Auxiliary at church. Several of her ministries were being in the Women’s Missionary Union, Bible studies, member of the Builders for Christ and a devoted choir member. She was preceded in death by her husband, parents, two brothers, Robert Nelson and Donald Nelson; and two sisters, Virgie Bush and Bertie Williams.

She was blessed with two children, Glynda Gibson of Amarillo, and Charles Woodfin and wife Helen of Lubbock; grandchildren, Dawn and husband Jack Willburn of Amarillo, Texas, Melinda and husband Nick Futrell of Lubbock, Texas, and Elizabeth and husband Dusty Davis of Arlington, Texas: and also 4 great-grandchildren, Kimber, Kylie, Kourtni, and Kaci Willburn all of Amarillo, Texas.

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