- Date of birth: Jan 10, 2012
- Date of passing: Jan 19, 2012
|Let the memory of Benjamin be with us forever|
Benjamin Scott Woodin, 9 day old infant son of Justin R. and Emily D. Woodin, passed away at Duke Medical Center Thursday, January 19, 2012.
Private Funeral Service will be conducted Sunday, January 22, 2012 at John and Kim Woodin's residence.
Surviving in addition to his parents are a sister, Lorrie M. Roberts, two brothers, Dallas L. Elkins, Damian D. Jones, Grandparents, John and Kim Woodin, Mildred Roberts, Kelvin Roberts and five Great Grandparents.
Eakes Funeral Home in Creedmoor assisting the Woodin Family.
"Thinking of our Sweet little Benjamin."
"Happy Birthday to sweet little Benjamin! Loved and not forgotten."
"I'm sorry uncle Doug and I never got the chance to meet you. you will always be in our hearts. I'm sure God had a good reason for taking you up to heaven to be with him. Someday we will all be together. Until then know that your earthly family loves you and you will never be forgotten. All my love, Aunt Bert"
"Missin' you little buddy!"
"benjamin you live on in are hearts for always you will be miss so much be your mommyand daddy and your brothers ,grandmom denise,we love you and miss you little one.your brothers said there will miss you and miss playing with you little one rest for now till we see you again ........."
"Benjamin you fought so hard to stay in this wold with us but it was to hard to stay now you are at rest and playing with the angles and looking down on us each day and one day we will see your perrty face again and hold you again but for now you will live on in are heart you be miss your grandmom mildred roberts love you always...and yours brothers dallas ,damian will love you always .."
"my son mommy and daddy love you so much. we can't even describe words to say how we feel. i know its hard but hang in there mommy and daddy will be with you one day. we love you so much buddy."
"Benjamin had such a beautiful start for football, basketball, and baseball. God molds us and makes us what we are. Benjamin's hands were so big, he could have gripped any ball. Now he is in Heaven playing lot's and lot's of football!"
"This little man tried so hard. He fought everyday. He left such an impression on all of us and will be missed very much. God always takes the best, but not before he gives the best to us. I'll Be Missing You." You are with the best and in the best care now.- Love you my little buddy, Grandma Kim and Papa John."
"Even though our time to know you little Benjamin was so short it was amazing and incredible. The love we all have for you will stay forever. Rest in peace my dear sweet nephew. - Love Aunt Cat"
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