The Woods family sadly lost a pillar on November 15, 2020, when Ms. Pauline C. Woods passed away from cancer. Her contributions to the lives of so many in the small town of Twentynine Palms, California will never be forgotten. She was president of the local AFGE union and using her skills of discernment, was able to help many of her fellow workers. Lovely known as, Ms. Pauline, to the host of children who gathered at the CDC before and after school, she always had a smile and positive word for everyone. Around the community it wasn’t an odd site to see Ms. Pauline handing out flyers and inviting people to come warship at the house of the Lord. She also loved dressing up as a clown and bringing joy to the life of others.
Tune in on February 18, 2021, her 61st birthday, as she is sent off with a wave of love.
In lieu of flowers, her family is asking for donations to ease the cost of final preparation.
Ms. Pauline is survived by her four children: Ray A. Woods (39), Paulina R. Woods (37), Pandora Phoenix (35), and Daniel D. Woods (29). She is also survived by her siblings; Agatha Johnson (now also with the Lord), Regina Brown, Darlene C. Starks, Irene Cotton, Antonia Wright, Alice Templeton, Isaac Cotton Jr. and Antoinette Cotton. She was preceded in death by her parents Isaac Cotton Sr. And Lizzie Alice Cotton and siblings Doreen C. Lindsey and Mary Linda Kelly. Her legacy will live on in the hearts and minds of everyone she interacted with as well as those she reached but never met.