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Obituary for Gay Wood

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Gay Wood

February 5, 1946 - May 1, 2014

Gay Wood, 68, passed away May 1, 2014. She was born February 5, 1946 in San Diego, California.
Originally from Chula Vista, CA., Gay made her life in Logan where she spent 44 years raising her family. During those years, she enjoyed crafting, painting, sewing and teaching. Gay had a contagious laugh and loved helping everyone.
Gay is survived by her husband, Craig Wood and her children; Clayton (Kim) Weed, David (Carolyn) Weed and Lynda Weed Gossett; seven grandchildren, 4 great grandchildren and seven grand puppies.
Interment will be at Logan City Cemetery in a private family gathering.


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Born: February 5, 1946
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Emily posted on 5/5/14

I am very sorry for your loss. We can look forward to the time when “no resident will say: ‘I am sick.’” (Isaiah 33:24) And God will actually put an end to death when he will “swallow up death forever.” (Isaiah 25:8)


Emily posted on 5/5/14

I am very sorry for your loss. One encouraging thought you might find comforting in this difficult time is found at John 5:28, 29. “The hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out.” God gives us this beautiful hope that he will soon resurrect our dead loved ones and we can see them again.


Sue Taylor posted on 5/4/14

Dear Lynda, David,and Clayton, I'm so sorry to hear of your Moms passing, She was a Great Lady. When ever I look at my cute holiday things I remember her. May God Bless your Families. Please Take Care. Love Sue and Family


Marj posted on 5/3/14

Clay, and your families, thoughts and prayers are with you all. Love you.


David weed posted on 5/3/14

I love mom God speed say hi to Lori for us missing you already


David weed posted on 5/3/14

I love you mom god speed say hi to Lori missing you


Barbara Loehman posted on 5/3/14

Lynda, Clayton, and David: Our heartfelt sympathies to you and your families. We were deeply saddened when we heard the news of Aunt Gay’s passing. Her laugh truly was infectious and a joy to hear and her bear hugs were incredibly comforting. Many of my friends and family members have been the happy recipients of her beautifully crafted cards or adorable little squeezy cheeks. I was thrilled to have had the opportunity to find her through Clayton and Facebook a few years ago and was so happy that she was able to make the journey out to Texas to visit us. It was miserably hot and she was so tired, but she was such a good-natured trooper. While she enjoyed getting out and seeing as many Texas attractions that I could pack into such a short time, I believe the most memorable day was the day we stayed home and she taught Lynda and I how to use the knifty knitter. She next taught me how to crochet, which is something I had wanted to learn for a long time. Many family members and friends have received a beautiful hat, scarf or blanket because of her talents and it always made her laugh when I would tell her that I just finished another blanket and was going to buy more yarn so I could start another. I am so glad that I was able to make a surprise visit out to Ogden last November and spend a couple of days with her. My whole goal of that trip was to surprise her and spoil her rotten. I could tell that my mission was accomplished when she hugged the life out of me at her door and then became teary eyed at Joann’s after finding out her scrapbooking items were on sale for half-price and I told her to go for it and get whatever her heart desired. I have called her almost every Sunday for the last 3 years and will greatly miss our conversations. I hope all of you know how much Joel & I loved her. We can take comfort in knowing that she is now flying with the angels totally pain-free and without that heavy oxygen tank. Barbara & Joel Loehman