In Memory Of Joe Nathan Woods

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Joe Nathan Woods

SGT U.S. Air Force

Joe Nathan Woods and Dedera Lynn Woods and their children were bound for Willingboro, New Jersey, on Christmas leave to visit Dedera's family. Her father lay ill and in her close-knit, military family, that meant a home visit.

Joe came from a family of nine, and he and his five brothers were we...

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December 21, 1988

Together We Served - Joe Nathan Woods USAF Memorial Page

Posted by Foundation Staff

December 25, 1988

Enterprise Journal McComb Mississippi - Obituary for Joe Nathan Woods

Posted by Foundation Staff

January 4, 1989

Record Hackensack - NJ Family Sues in Loss of Kin Aboard Flight 103

Posted by Foundation Staff


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