|William Noon Woodward (#47871773)|
| || member for 1 year, 5 months, 9 days|
| [Add to MyFriends]|
|Bio and Links|
William Noon 'Bill' Woodward (olddrifter)|
B: 16 Jun 1933, So.Pasadena, California, USA. At the William Woodward home (grandparents), Friday 10:35 pm, upstairs front bedroom, hot summer night, windows open, sweet aroma of magnolia blossoms in the air from large front yard tree.
Graduated So. Pasadena High School 1950.
Military Service: US Navy Aviation Radio-Radarman (ATAL), 1950-52 during Korea War. Discharge: Honorable.
US Air Force Civil Air Patrol (CAP), Calif. Wing, 1st Lt., Pilot with Search & Rescue, High Altitude, and Narcotics Interdiction Ratings.
Marriage: Jane Alice Weldon, 10 Jul 1954, South Pasadena, California, USA.
Post High School & US Navy Schools: Airman and Aviation Electronics "B" Schools, USN, 1951; Occidental College 1953; San Diego State 1954; American InterContinental Univ., BSIT Magna Cum Laude, 2004. Licenses: Commercial Pilot - Instruments and Glider Tow Ratings; FAA Pilot Proficiency Wings thru Phase VIII. Appointed FAA Aviation Safety Counselor 1997.
Elected Office: Past Commissioner, Public Service District (PSD) 2004-2008.
Work Associated Cos: Convair Aircraft Co., Pan American World Airways, Convair Astronautics, Douglas Aircraft Co., United Airlines, Western Electric Co., Michelin Tire Corp., Daniel Construction Company Int'l., Fluor-Daniel Corp., PanAm World Services.
Businesses Owned: Piedmont House of Photography; Woodward Aviation Services & FBO; Woodward Oil & Gas Extraction Company.
Civic Service: American Legion Life Member, AMVETS, Jaycees, Junior Chamber International (JCI) Senator, United States Power Squadrons (USPS) 2000-2013: Past Sqdn. Cmdr. 2007, & USPS Dist. 26 Lt/Cmdr. 2008-2011. Find-A-Grave Photographer-2012 to date.
|Messages left for William Noon Wo... (64)||[Leave Message]|
|Eric Lowman||William Wilson|
Mr. Woodward, thank you for posting William Wilson's gravestone photo for me. I would also like to thank you for your service in the Korean War!
|Sheryl S||Claudius Baker|
Thank you so much for getting the photo of Claudius' grave marker. This clears up the name issue. I am quite surprised you were able to get the picture while the government is "shut down". I could not even access the Beaufort National Cemetery website. All I could get was a message that the site was down do to the government shut down. I am hoping that the person managing his Find a Grave site will correct the name now. Claudius is my 3rd gr uncle. The family has a memorial stone for him in NY. His brother my 3rd gr grandfather was captured outside of New Orleans by the Texans from Houston.
Blessings to you,
Added by Sheryl S on Oct 10, 2013 9:01 PM
Thanks for the photo of Harry's grave. I really appreciate it!
Added by hwertz on Aug 24, 2013 8:02 AM
Thanks so much for taking the time to do the photo's of this great uncle. It's kind of funny because I was in Hilton Head last week vacationing with my girlfriends and we ended up spending Tuesday in Beaufort and I went to the cemetery and took pictures. But yours are much better! I will share them with his grandchildren and great grandchildren!
Added by mst2u on Jun 25, 2013 7:26 AM
|Sunni Winkler||Evergreen Cem., Beaufort SC|
Thank you for filling the request re picture of the Sauls headstone.
My DAR chapter recently surveyed this beautifully kept cemetery and found it very interesting.
|bettye bolding||Photog of John rodman|
Thanks Sao much for your help
|Janet Crain||Photo of Uncle's Grave|
Thank you for the excellent photos of my Uncle James Claude Vernon's grave at Beaufort National Cemetery. So grateful for your service to our veterans' families and to our country.
|Frank Everett||Beaufort National Cemetery|
Thank you for all the headstone photos you have taken in Beaufort National Cemetery for me and the work you do on Find A Grave. Thank you sir for the time you have gave to your country.
Thanks for taking this picture for me! I really appreciate your kindness. It's people like you that make Findagrave such a great site.
Added by Peka on Apr 21, 2013 8:19 AM
|Alan Wismer||Wesley Beers Photo Request|
Hi Mr. Woodward,
Thank you so much for fulfilling my photo request for Wesley Beers. Two of his brothers married into my grandma's side of the family. He is not a direct relative to me.
I cannot imagine what kinds of experiences Wesley Beers saw in the Civil War; and then to wind up getting a disease and dieing from it!
Thank you again for taking the time to go and take the great pictures. I don't know if I'll ever get down there to see his grave in person. It's a long way from Lake Odessa, Michigan.
|[View all messages...]|