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Laurie A. Woody
November 3, 2023
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After 59 years of sharing her love and bringing us joy and laughter, our beloved Laurie has accepted the Angels invitation to join Our Lord in Paradise on Friday, November 3, 2023 at Home. Laurie Anne Woody was born on October 11, 1964 in Binghamton, NY to the late Mary E. Woody and Richard M. Glover.
Laurie was educated in the Trenton Public School District. She was employed by Capitol Health Systems where she worked as a dietary aide, happily fulfilling her duties. She also worked on her own as a housekeeper doing what she loved, keeping everything clean.
Laurie was predeceased in death by her mother, Mary E. Woody, her father, Richard M. Glover, and her brother, Darian T. Spivey.
Laurie’s memory will be cherished and forever remembered by her loving family; her children; Takiyah and Tameka Woody, her grandchildren; Nylia and Nyell Woody, and Rashaun Walker Jr, her siblings; Richard (Laura), Mark, and Tammy Glover, Brian (Sahar) Spivey, Tarsha (Emanuel) Whitfield, and Bashon Murchison all of NJ, her maternal aunt; Cleavy Thomas of Baltimore, MD, her maternal uncle; Junior Woody of Memphis, TN, her special nieces; Chaneika (William) Harris and Marteika Tillery, her special nephews; Tyquise Glover and Darian Spivey Jr, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, friends, and extended family.
Laurie was a spiritual woman who read her bible first thing when she woke up and nightly before going to bed. She loved to clean and in her words she was very “immaculate” with keeping herself and everything around her clean, just a touch “OCD”. Laurie was a homebody and enjoyed her time with herself by playing games on her phone, watching her favorite TV game show, Family Feud, and talking on the phone with her loved ones. When she did go out to family functions, she loved to dance and her favorite dance was ‘the snake’. Laurie loved her family, didn’t play about her nieces and nephews, and bragged about her family every chance she got. While bragging she would talk 100 miles a minute, you couldn’t get a word in, and you would have to ask her to slow down and repeat.
Funeral service will be 11am Friday, November 17, 2023 at Hughes Funeral Home, 324 Bellevue Ave., Trenton, NJ 08618. Calling hours will be 9am until the time of service. Interment will be at Greenwood Cemetery, Hamilton, NJ.