Stephen R. Woolard
July 19, 1952 - May 26, 2017
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Stephen R. Woolard, died on May 26, 2017 in Hampton VA after succumbing to the complications of a stroke. Steve was born July 19, 1952, in Newport News, VA., to Clyde R Woolard, and Doris E. Woolard Walczak. A longtime resident of Hampton, he attended Bethel High School. He worked as a technician in the…

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K. Burd left a message on June 2, 2017:
To The Family: Please accept my sincere condolences for your loss. May you find comfort knowing that very soon God promises to end suffering and also "death will be no more". (Revelation 21:3,4)
Wallter Stepanski left a message on May 31, 2017:
My sincere sympothy to the family. I was privileged to call him my friend . I worked with Steve for several years and we stayed incontact by email and phone over the years. He loved his family and often spoke of their latest adventures. He loved music and we often played guitar when we had the chance while stationed in the Philippines with the Navy. I will miss my old friend. Peace, Wally
Tommy Blackburn left a message on May 30, 2017:
This is sad news to hear. Steve was one of my best friends growing up in Hampton. He was my inspiration to learn how to play guitar. He was an incredible talent. He had a great singing voice, effortless. I spent countless hours with him playing guitar and listening to his brother Wayne's albums. His parents always welcomed me at their house and treated me like family. In 1969, Steve and I hitchhiked to the Woodstock Music Festival, much to the chagrin of our mothers. I remember how excited Steve was to join the band Danny and the Delnotes and him singing with them at a concert at Jeff Davis junior high. Although our paths rarely crossed after High School, he will always have a special place in my heart. May you rest in peace my friend!
John Cagle Sr left a message on May 30, 2017:
Although, in our later years of life Steve and I never saw easy other much, due to the rigours of every day life; Steve and I were very close in our younger years. I considered him my best friend. We both loved playing music and being a part of the local music scene. Most of my fondest memories of my teenage years and early 20's, were of times spent with Steve. I will always think of him and smile at the joy he brought into my life. His entire family always treated me good and I'll never forget it. God bless you brother.
Terry Pope left a message on May 28, 2017:
So sorry for your loss. Steve was a good friend. I was fortunate in past years to share some awesome adventures with him. I will always remember his friendly smile.
Cremation Society of Virginia left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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