Charles Lee “CW” Wood
June 25, 1948 - November 17, 2021
Charles Lee “CW” Wood, age 73, of Jacksonville, NC, passed away on Wednesday, November 17, 2021.
Born in Raleigh, NC, on June 25, 1948, he was a son of the late Charles Lewis and Lura (Perry) Wood. CW proudly served in the United States Army during the Vietnam War. After his service, he worked as an iron worker for Local 451 in Wilmington, retiring after 35 years. In his spare time, CW enjoyed riding his Harley Davidson motorcycles, fishing, and camping. He was a member of the American Legion and VFW.
CW is survived by his loving wife, Mary Jane (Banning) Wood; children, Charles Wood (Christi), Corinne Long, Sherry Proctor (Ben), and Natalie Vann (Chance); siblings, Dottie Keeler and Beverly Amalfitano; 9 grandchildren; and 1 great-granddaughter.
A visitation for family and friends will be held from 11:30 am until 12:30 pm on Thursday, December 2, 2021, at Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Home, 1000 North DuPont Parkway, New Castle, DE, where a funeral service will begin at 12:30 pm. Face coverings will be required for all those in attendance not immunized with the COVID-19 vaccine per the Governor of Delaware. Interment will follow in Delaware Veterans Memorial Cemetery, 2465 Chesapeake City Road, Bear, DE.
22 Condolences for Charles Lee “CW” Wood
Ride on Pop…RIP
Love your son,
We love you CW 🙏🏻😢❤️ Always in our hearts & memories…. RIP
Lariann & Family
Wow my dear sweetie friend……hard to believe we’ll never see your handsome smile again……..my condolences to Mary Jane and your children along with your siblings Dottie and Beverly……..you may be gone but never forgotten !!!! Love you always….R.I.P 😪❤💋
So Sorry for your Loss
Maryjane and family,
We were so saddened to hear of Charlie’s passing. Please know that you are all in our thoughts and prayers.
Dickie and Amy LaBerge
charles R laws
YOU BROUGHT ME INTO A LIFE STYLE THAT I WILL LIVE TILL THE DAY I DIE AS YOU I WILL ALWAYS BE A PROULD VIETNAM VET THE HALLS OF VALHALLA AWAIT YOU RIP
Forever my big brother. Forever in my heart. ❤
A “HUGE” branch has fallen from our family tree.
Like Lil Charlie said,
Ride on Uncle Charlie!!!
You will be missed by many. RIP.
Maryjane and family so sorry for your loss. CW was a great man and will be missed.RIP❤️😪🙏🙏🙏 Colleen and Joey
J.R. & Jody Wood
Sending our thoughts and prayers, we have memories that we will cherish forever.
Patty and Pete Wootten
Our sincere condolences to the entire family – CW was a great friend, husband, father, grandfather, you name it – he was the best and will be deeply missed. Love to you all, Patty and Pete xoxo
Little brother you’re gone but not forgotten. You have always been in my heart. Till we meet again ❤🇺🇸
Me and Ronda are very sad about CW passing away, we had no idea that he was sick. We worked together a lot and he was a good man, we have alot of good memories of him and I hope he is resting in peace.
larry (ya know who) lavender
Ride on brother, Whiskey bent and hell bound, I’ll see ya in the other town!, miss ya,,and all the good times we had ! yo’bro
Sharon Ann Woodward
My sweet cousin, we loved you throughout the years even though we could not visit alot. I am thankful for being with you some the last few years. Thank you for sharing your love with Uncle Dee because it meant alot to him. Rest in peace until we shall see you in heaven. Kiss Grandma in heaven for us. We will always love you. Sharon, Bobby and David
Sorry for your loss. He will be missed and never forgotten
Mike Ferrier, Jr.
So sorry to hear about Woody. We were Ironworkers together. RIP Woody.
Duane and Robin Campfield
So very sorry to hear of your loss. We have very fond memories of Woody.
My condolences to the family and friends of CW, my friend you will be missed. May you forever ride the sky’s.
Maryjane and family I am at a loss for words. 60 years a friend and the best kind of friend. One you didn’t see often but if you picked up the phone he would be there. A 2 tour Vietnam vet, who had a very dangerous job first tour. He was a rhone plow operator. they cleared the jungle pretty much by them selves and about 60% of the POW;s in the south were plow operators few survived being captured. He was a hero, but you wouldn’t hear it from him. I even had Charley fly my Huey from Blackhorse to Long Binh. I mentioned his passing to a classmate and he said I remember him, he was always smiling I’d like to remember him that way. God Bless.
Mary Jane and family – We are so sorry for your loss. Charlie was such a good hearted and fun loving person. Many great memories of all of us riding together back in the day, and you know I’m talking 40 to 45 years ago! Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Much love, Lenny and Cathy Novak
Maryjane and all of the family. I am keeping you all in my prayers and will forever remember CW with love and a smile!