A Homegoing Celebration for Mr. Lional Keith Woodall of Oldsmar, FL who passed away on Friday, June 28, 2019 will be held on Saturday, July 13th, 11:00 a.m. at Cathedral of Faith Church, 6304 N.30th Street, Apostle James H. Howell, pastor; Pastor Jerry Finch of New Hope M.B. Church of Oldsmar, officiating. The interment will be in Garden of Memories Cemetery. Lional Keith Woodall was born October 2, 1954 in Tampa Florida, the second youngest child born to the late James Jerome and Lovie Thomas Woodall, and grandson of the late Rev. Samuel P. and Addie Bell Miller. Keith accepted Christ at a young age as his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. He joined the First Union M.B. Church where his grandfather the Late Rev. Samuel Preston Miller was one of the early church founders. He was baptized under the pastorate of the late Reverend John W. Watkins, where he sung in the junior choir, served on the usher board and participated in numerous church activities. Into his adulthood, he sang in the special chorus choir. Keith was educated in the public schools of Hillsborough County and was a graduate of Chamberlain High School Class of 1972. Upon his graduation from high school he moved to Germany and worked for the United States Military as an electrician. On March 28, 2003 he was united in holy matrimony to Paulette Ann Marie Wedderburn. Keith was affiliated with the Prince Hall Mason Mt. Pleasant Lodge #13 and was self-employed for the past 25 years as Founder and CEO of “Need a Real Technician – Call KEITH”. Keith was a happy and loving person with kind manners. He never asked for anything, yet was always willing to give to those in need. A bright light has gone out for us now, our family chain is broken yet again, but God calls us, one by one, the chain will link again. He will be sadly missed. Keith was preceded in death by his parents, James Jerome and Lovie Thomas Woodall and grandparents the Late Reverend Samuel P. and Addie Bell Miller, two sisters; Maxine Chisholm and Annie E. Bogan and William “Bill” Roberts (Brother and friend). He leaves to lament fond and cherished memories: A devoted wife, Paulette Ann Marie Woodall; two daughters, Neekeida Salughter (Clifton) and Martina “Tina” Moore; two sons, Leo Gilgchrest (Allison), Allen Martin; mother-in-law Phillis Wedderburn, father-in-law, George Wedderburn; grandson’s, Justin Woodall, J’won Pickett, Clifton Slaughter, Jr., Camryn Slaughter ,Micah Johnson and Elijah Gilgchrest; sisters, Barbara Woodall Jones, Lillian “Nita” Hodgso; brothers, Harold M. Evans, Charlie Thomas Sr., James R. Woodall (Twanda), Melvin C. Woodall (Janice), Gregory Woodall, Marti R. Woodall Sr. (Paulette); brother-in-law, Errol Wedderburn (Janice), Ozell Chisholm (Alana) nieces and nephews: Harriett Bogan, Karen Bogan, Kim Lawrence, Wyatt Bogan, Brian Bogan, Xxavier Chisholm (Rewa), Zdany Chisholm (Markeisha), Carla Thomas, Charlie “Oran” Thomas (Nadine), Doborrah Mackeroy (Randy), Tiffany Sams, Brittney Thomas, Destiny Thomas, Sheila Jones Sanders, Ayonna Mone’t Sanders, Schininee Jones, Erica Lucas, Melvin Woodall Jr. Chavalla Lewis, Charlotte Woodall, Dietrich, ”DeeDee” Jenkins, Alexis “Shay” Woodall, Marti Woodall, Jr. Channing Woodall, Diamond Lennard, Lester Weaver (Loren), Endia Gaynor (Robert), Topeka Williams (Alvin), Mary Lennard, cousins, Jeanette Willians, Richard Ramsey, Dosha Ramsey, Elnora Ramsey, Betty Brown, Mary Burgess, Alta Cox, Frances Wilks, Virginia ”Kay” Berrien, Delores Ball, Linda Ball, Carolyn Ball, Sharon Ball, Doretha Maxwell, Wayne Glenn (Juanita), Mary Lee Woodall, Eddie “Will” Douglas (Cubie), Debbie Franks, Moreland family reunion members, Goose Harlem neighborhood family , Sunshine Social Club; best friends, Robert Scott Jr., Elder John Jerelds, William Chow, Robert Allen, Wilbert Greenlee, Mahammad Abdul/Rahian, and a host of great and great nieces and nephews too numerous to list. The visitation will be held on Friday, July 12th from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. The family will receive friends from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Saturday for the service.
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