James T. Wood, Jr.

James T. Wood, Jr.

RAVENNA

James T. Wood, Jr., 74 years of age, passed away Friday September 6, 2013 at Longmeadow Care Center in Ravenna. Born in Akron on July 30, 1939 to James T. Wood, Sr. of Babson Park, Florida and the late Marie (Gray) Wood.

He was a long time Ravenna area resident. He worked on outboard engines around Portage Lakes for many years. He was an avid fan of Scuba Diving and enjoyed the time he spent on the Hawaiian Islands.

In addition to his father, Jim is also survived by his three sons; Steven (Jennifer) Wood of North Royalton, Michael (Kelly) Wood of Rutledge, Georgia and David Parks, his two brothers; Lawrence Wood of Babson Park, Florida and Donald Wood of Federal Way, Washington and he also leaves his former wife, Patricia Wood of Clearwater Florida.

Graveside Services will be at 2:00pm on Thursday September 12, 2013 at Holy Cross Cemetery in Akron. Funeral arrangements are by the Green Family Funeral Home & Crematory Service in Mantua. His obituary may be viewed at www.greenfamilyfuneralhome.com

(Green Family Funeral Home & Crematory Service (330) 274-3145 R-C 9-8-13)

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  • Woody,

    you will be sadly missed by your longmeadow family.  You were a friend to so many and loved by so many.  

  • To you "Kimo" and your family we send our Aloha nui loa from all your Hilo and Kona Kama aina friends. Kimo No ka Oi!. You stay with the Big Kahuna and all your by-gone relatives now. Your buddies, Rufus Kaaupiko, Damien Aruda, Akweewo, Eddie Kunishi, Mike Erickson, Roger Johnson, Dennis Yoshioka, Ron Kruz, Ron and Anna Mcnichols. Alooooo ha bruddah Kimo.

  • Jim was a good friend in both Hilo and when I visited him in Ravenna.  I remember especially Guido's Pizza where he used to work and slipping on the lake ice after he warned me to be careful.  Lot's of good memories of him and I am real sorry that he is gone from my life.

     

     

  • We will all miss you "scubaprowoody" especially your kind heart, infectious smile and laughter, and your volunteer years with the All American Soap Box Derby. Aloha.