Charlie Leon Woodbury

Sunrise: January 23, 1948

Sunset: March 1, 2019

Charlie L. Woodbury passed away on Friday, March 1, 2019 at home with family in Chesapeake, VA.  He was born to the late Florence and Charlie S. Woodbury. Charlie was employed for many years with the City of Norfolk, in the Water and Sewage Dept. #3. He laid pipe and road on garbage truck #2. Charlie was a construction worker and on the team that built Norfolk Scope. He worked for ER Hudson Masonry. He helped build hotels in Virginia Beach. He worked for America Sheet Meta as a roofer. He was also employed with Norfolk Coke Plant. Southern Block & Pipe in the highway Dept. and lastly for the Old Leigh Memorial Hospital in Ghent, kitchen dept. Along with his parents Charlie is predeceased by his sisters, Lucy A. Fenner and Nellie B. Richardson. He is survived by four sisters, Mattie Johnson, Claudia Robinson, Phyllis Woodbury and Bernice Al-Amin and his brother, Robert Woodbury.

Viewing Thursday, March 7, 2019 Metropolitan Funeral Service 120 W. Berkley Avenue Norfolk, VA 23523 Service Friday, March 8, 2019 1:00pm Mt. Lebanon Baptist Church 1141 Campostella Road 23523 Interment Riverside Cemetery 1000 E. Indian River Road Norfolk, VA 23523

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    Penny says

    To the family, uncle Charlie was The Unc. Thank you everyone for stepping up and out. Uncle Charlie wanted me to express to each and every one of you, that he loved you and knew he was loved by you. Peace, love and joy.

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    Donna Dodson says

    Charlie Scoop. You were a very good neighbor when I lived on 31st st. You used to come upstairs and have me and. Leroy in tears laughing at your shenanigans. You were a good buddy and can’t nobody say differently.ill never forget you rest peacefully.

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    Larry says

    Your be loved and missed, your spirit will live forever, we loved you dearly cuz. Kim,Charlene,Lisa,Micheal.Larry and your cousin Mary Ann

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    Rest in Peace Charlie “Scoop”. May God Bless your family and friends.

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    Sherida Parker says

    My uncle Scoop was one of the smoothest 🕺🏾brothas u ever wanna meet. He had some of the funniest phrases that always made us laugh (always bet on black)& he could fry some mean chicken wings & potatoe wedges. I will take this time to reflect on all of our good times & know that u are in a better place, feeling no more pain. U got your wings unc 🕊🕊R. I.H. Uncle Charlie

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    Sierra Whitfield says

    I love you Uncle Charlie. I will always remember you. I will miss you and you will always live in my heart and in my memory.

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