Billie Ann Woodard

Resided in Rapid River, MI
Died September 15, 2020

Billie Ann Woodard, age 65, of Rapid River passed away on Tuesday, September 15, 2020.

Billie was born October 23, 1954 in Chicago, Illinois, the daughter of William and Joan (O’Connor) Woodard. She graduated from the Escanaba Senior High School in 1972. She continued her education at Ferris State University and received a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering. She worked in the engineering field for many years. In recent years she was a Foster Grandparent at the Rapid River School. Billie was very artistic and enjoyed painting, woodworking and jewelry making. She especially enjoyed playing cards with her friends and family. She also enjoyed camping and bonfires.

Billie is survived by her daughter, Jamie Romero; mother, Joan Woodard; siblings, Brenda (Jon) Servant, Kristine (Bruce) Brandt and Jeffery Woodard and numerous nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her father and her brother, Rory Woodard.

Private services for Billie will be held at the convenience of the family.

The family is being assisted by the Skradski Funeral Home.

12 Tributes for “Billie Ann Woodard

    Brenda and family,

    I was so sad to hear of your sister’s passing. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

    Our hearts are hurting. We will miss Billie Ann. She was always positive in thought when I talked with her.
    She gave me one of her great homemade yard flowers that is on my potting shed wall.
    Our hearts hurt for my sister Joan and the kids, Chris, Bren and Jeff. Our Love, Aunt Al & Uncle Jay XO

    Billie was always such a warm loving soul and will be missed by many. Love and prayers to Joan, Bren, Jeff, Chris and families. So very sorry for your loss.

    Billie always had a smile on her face! Such a kind hearted gal. She will be missed! Deepest sympathy and prayers to Jamie, Joan, Brenda, Jeff, Kris and families! Love, Tom&Terri

    Rest easy Billie in Gods presence free from pain, suffering & human frailty. You will be missed.
    My heartfelt condolences to your family. Losing a daughter, a mother, a sister or aunt is never easy but know she will live in your heart forever. I’m sure she will be teaching the angels how to play euchre.

    I am so sorry to hear of Billie Ann’s passing. My heart, thoughts and prayers go out to all they family. We will miss her.

    Was saddened to hear of the news of Billies passing.ln Junior and Senior High School we made so many good memories. I loved staying in Cornell and riding the bus. Went snowmobiling, mini bike riding to Jan’s house,talking,laughing, practiced putting on make up,dances ,went to football games,learned what was really important in life, and had our whole lives ahead of us. Loved to chat at craft shows or whenever our paths crossed. Rest in peace. Will think of you often and will smile. And will forever remember the twinkle in Billie’s eyes. So sorry for your loss. Billie touched my life forever. Faye( Pakarinen) Norby

    I was saddened to hear of Billie’s passing. She was a classmate of mine starting in Cornell Elementary where we became not only classmates but friends. We would not see each other often since our school days but when we did it was so great to remember those days in Cornell school and trying to catch up on classmates. Know that my thoughts and that of my mother are with you all as you go through this emotion time. May God Bless and make His peace and comfort be felt.

    Jamie,

    I am so very sorry for the loss of your mom. She sure was a sweetheart. Love and hugs to you sweetie (as your mom would say).

    My deepest sympathy to her daughter, sister Brenda, mother Joan and the rest of the family. She was my best friend. She is with daughter in heaven.❤️

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