Christopher “Chris” M. Woods
”1983 - 2018”
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Christopher “Chris” M. Woods,
age 34, of Cedar Vale, Kansas passed away Sunday, January 7, 2018 at the Sedan City
Hospital in Sedan, Kansas.
Chris was born on January 25, 1983 in Pawhuska, Oklahoma to John Woods Sr. and
Grace (Lamb) Woods. He grew up and attended school in Cedar Vale where he received his GED.
On September 4, 2004 he married Ann French at Kaw City, Oklahoma. They have made their
home in Cedar Vale for the last 13 years. Chris worked at Western Feed Mill in Cedar Vale,
as a mill worker for the last 4 years. Chris enjoyed life with his family and friends;
he enjoyed anything OU, loved coaching all kids, especially his own, he enjoyed all sports
like baseball and enjoyed playing slow pitch softball.
Chris is survived by his wife, Ann (French) Woods of the home in Cedar Vale, Kansas;
two sons, Caden Woods and Talen Woods of the home in Cedar Vale, Kansas; four brothers,
John Woods and wife Amber of Burden, Kansas, Anthony Woods of Bartlesville, Oklahoma,
James Crossland of Norman, Oklahoma, and Ian Woods of Norman, Oklahoma; one sister,
Martha Woods of Pawhuska, Oklahoma; his mother, Grace Lamb of Bartlesville, Oklahoma;
his step-mother, Sharon Minor of Norman, Oklahoma; father and mother-in-law, Robert
and Joann French of Cedar Vale, Kansas and many other family and friends.
He was preceded in death by two sisters, and his father.
A Celebration of Life Service will be held on Friday, January 12, 2018 at 10:00 a.m.
at the Cedar Vale High School Gymnasium. Cremation has taken place and a private
family inurnment will take place at a later date.
The family has suggested memorials to the Caden and Talen Woods Memorial Fund and those
remembrances may be left in care of the Bank of Cedar Vale, Kansas 67024 or the
Bank of Sedan, 125 W. Main Street, Sedan, Kansas 67361 and Dickens Family Funeral Home.
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Dickens Family Funeral Home in Sedan is in charge of arrangements
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