Richard Woolaver

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Richard “Dick” S. Woolaver

Brockport: 01/26/33 – 03/17/21 age 88. Born in Cape Vincent, NY. Son of Gladys and Arthur Woolaver. Survived by Sisters June Leyda and Margaret Woolaver and many Nieces and Nephews. Predeceased by Brothers William Woolaver and Donald Woolaver. Married 63 years and survived by his loving Wife Colleen Woolaver. Son Todd (Rochelle) Woolaver, Grandchildren Justin (Terin) Lockard, Great-Grandchildren Brooke Lockard, Bailey Lockard and Avery Lockard. Granddaughter Amber (Chris) Burbridge, Great Grandchildren Jamie Lockard, Cole Lockard and Realynn Burbridge. Daughter Denise Gruber, Grandson Dakota Gruber, Granddaughter Shelby Gruber and Granddog Midge. Granddaughter Sarah Chiarella, Great Grandchildren Christopher Chiarella and Dominic Chiarella.    

Dick served in the United States Navy during the Korean War. He retired from Eastman Kodak Company after 30 years.  Dick was loving, selfless, and always put family and friends first.  Our hearts are broken.  A one of a kind, never to be replaced.  Services will be held privately.  Those wishing to contribute may donate to Lollypop Farm or an Animal Shelter of your choice.

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