Curt Woodward Obituary, Death – Curtis Daniel Woodward, age 29 and a resident of Hughesville, passed away unexpectedly at his home. He was the son of Daniel (Cindy) Woodward of Cogan Station, Pennsylvania, and Patricia Konoski of Delaware, and he was born on July 14, 1984 in Williamsport.
Curtis, who graduated from Williamsport Area High School in 2003, found employment at Grit Printing in Montoursville after graduating. In 2003, the Eagle Award was bestowed upon Curtis, and he was also presented with the Arrow of Light by Balls Mills Troop 36. Boy Scouting and making other people laugh were two of his favorite things to do.
He had an intense love for his nieces, and he found great satisfaction in spending time with them and going shopping with them. He was skilled in the art of making other people happy. In addition to his parents, he is survived by his loving girlfriend, Tara Gottschall; his four siblings, Sara Woodward-Eldridge (Patrick), Corbin Konoski.
Both of Williamsport, and Kyle and Keon Konoski of Delaware; his maternal grandparents, Bonnie and Fred Bair and Phylis Josinsky-Chapman; special aunts and uncles, Cheryl Bair, Mary Woodward, Mary Blackburn, Bonnie Austin, Charlene Huff, Mary Konoski He was predeceased by his maternal grandfather William Konoski, paternal grandfather Velma and Harry Woodward, uncle Johnny Kuhns, and cousins Toni and Derek Bonnell.
His paternal grandparents were Velma and Harry Woodward. A gathering to honor Curtis’s life will take place at the Hepburnville Fire Hall on Sunday, September 1, 2013, from one to four o’clock in the afternoon. Donations in his memory can be sent to the American Heart Association, which is located at 613 Baltimore Drive, Suite 3, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania 18702.
I am writing to you in my capacity as your sister. I would want to express my gratitude for the wonderful 27 years that I spent with you. You inspired me to have a lot of bravery and fortitude to use in life, and you taught me a lot. This is the reason why I am able to show such strength for you today. You have my love.