Lois Woodworth

Obituary of Lois Anne Woodworth

Lois Ann Woodworth Canisteo Lois Woodworth, 84, of Colby Creek Road passed away Tuesday (February 15, 2022) at St. James Hospital. Born in Hornell on January 1, 1938 the daughter of Dennis and Pearl (Turck) Clark, she had been a lifelong resident of the area. Lois worked as a dairy farmer at Ro/Est Farms in Canisteo and was previously employed as a nurse at St. James Mercy Hospital in Hornell. She enjoyed crocheting, relaxing on her deck, family gatherings and parties. Many people knew Lois as “Hoards” or Hordy. Lois was predeceased by both parents as well her husband; Dale Woodworth, a son; Allan Woodworth and a sister; Linda Clark. She is survived by her daughter; Shelly Sekoll of Canisteo, Four grandchildren; Kaylene Sekoll, Jacob (Sam) Woodworth (both of Canisteo), Alanna (Scott) Bentley of Andover and Sherene (Todd) Burdick of Greenwood, Rich (Rhonda) Farrand of Canisteo. Other survivors include Thirteen great grandchildren; Peyton Sekoll, Kianna Sekoll, Helen Edwards, Kaylee Edwards, Tyler Woodworth, Madison Woodworth (all of Canisteo), Emma Bentley, Alice Bentley and Matthew Bentley of Andover, Patrick Burdick and Nicholas Burdick of Greenwood, Ashley(Jon) Tuite of Richlands Maryland, Sharalyn (Ryan) Rice of Millersville North Carolina, daughter in-law; Gloria Woodworth and former son in-law; Frank Sekoll. Those wishing to remember Lois are asked to consider a contribution to the Greenwood Fire Department, 1574 Andover St, Greenwood NY 14839. There will be no calling hours. A celebration of life will be held by the family at a future date. The family is being assisted by Anthony Cone, Director.
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