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Saturday July 3rd, 2021
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Mildred Clapp Woodall

Mildred Clapp Woodall, 93, of Reidsville, passed away on Wednesday, June 30, 2021 at Annie Penn Hospital. Graveside funeral services will be held at 2:00 PM Saturday, July 3, 2021 at Reidlawn Cemetery with Rev. Tom Miller officiating. Mildred was born in Rockingham County to the late Charlie Clapp and Bessie Clapp. She graduated from Reidsville Highschool and worked as a secretary for numerous businesses in town for years. She was a faithful charter member of Faith Christian Church. She was an extremely generous woman, who treated her family to lunch monthly for many years at Pizza Station and later Fursty’s Pizza. “Mid” was well known for her flowers and garden. Most of all she loved her family she will be greatly missed by all who knew her. Along with her parents, she is preceded in death by her three sisters, Beulah Hardin, Ruth Walker and Franchis Clapp. She is survived by her husband of 55 years, Otis Woodall; canine companion, Whitey along with numerous nieces, nephews and a loving extended family.

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Aunt Mid was the last living aunt we had on our mothers side of the family - That alone made her a unique person for us. My sister Amy and others have noted her great sense of generosity: treating family, friends, and visitors to Pizza Day, and much more. She and Uncle Otis remain two of the most generous people I know: While I was in the Navy, stationed in San Diego, they always lent me a car free of charge when I came home to NC on leave - It meant a lot to have wheels here, when my own were nearly 3,000 miles away! And now another of The Greatest Generation has passed on - That makes me sad. But I think one of my fondest memories will always be how she referred to Otis affectionately as Ottie.. Guess that was her pet name for him. Posted by her niece, Melanie Walker Hammons

Melanie Hammons Jul 7 2021 10:23 PM

Aunt Mid was AMAZING! Other examples of her generosity: She would take my mom, her sister, Ruth, to Hamrick's on a shopping trip and buy everything my mom had picked out purchase; Mid would pay the veterinarian bills for several of my mom's dogs; On my Mom's birthdays, she would give her a quarter up to a dollar for every year of her age. Mid was very organized and kept track of every family members' birthday. Birthday cards and Christmas cards were mailed in time to reach us on our special day. She held annual Christmas "open house" "drop in" events at her home which she had festively decorated for the holiday. We have cherished memories of the days we spent with Aunt Mid. She was one of a kind and had a unique personality and sense of humor. Here's to the glamorous, generous, sometimes wacky lady we love and will miss. Rest in Peace, Aunt Mid.

"Amy" Amanda Walker Jul 4 2021 12:14 PM

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