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Danny ''Buddy'' L. Woodward Niehaus
October 1, 1951 - October 31, 2004



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Jeff W. WaldropKimberly A Wiggins
Scott & Rebecca GauthierTrisha I. Willett
Wallace & Terri McDonaldAmy Toungate
Billy ToungateBUDDY & DEBBIE HEUERMANN
Don and Mary BarnesSue Toungate

 

Tributes Add Your Tribute
By: Larry & Laura Chandler Nov 19, 2004
We feel so honored & blessed to have known Buddy. Our thoughts & prayers are with Debbie & all of Buddy's family.
By: Trisha Willett Nov 3, 2004
A true friend and an awesome Christian example. Buddy was a man of respect and one to whom you could count on to be there for you no matter what. Buddy is now in a home of pure joy and happiness. He has now seen what we are all awaiting to see.....our true Father. I hope that everyone that knew Buddy is able to see the he was and still today through memories, that he is a Man of God. Buddy is an example. The Willett Family has always treasured the friendship of Buddy and Debbie. These two are special people to our family. Through Youth Week at Grangerland Baptist Church with the memories of the song "Honey Comb" and also just through the times that we all just sat around and talked. Buddy, You will never be forgotten in our hearts and in our memories. And Debbie, we are praying for you. We are here for you in any way possible. Just remember that God has a plan for you. We Love You, The Willett Family
By: Don and Mary Barnes Nov 2, 2004
Buddy was one of the most gentle, kind men we have every been blessed to have known. He is truly a testament to the Lord. He lived his life the way every Christian should live and was a true example to us all. He will live forever in our hearts. Our love goes out to Debby. We love you very much.
By: Curtis Plumlee Nov 2, 2004
Buddy was the model Christian, Gentleman, Father, Husband, Partner and Friend. I learned so much from Buddy over the years he was a member of my team. His courage and class during his fight is a testament to his character, he told me he was going to fight, he did and I had no doubt he would. Buddy always took the high road, he fought the good fight and I am proud that I called him a friend. I know God's peace and grace pour over him now and he is in a much better place. Debby, no words, cards or flowers can make you whole at this time, but be assured that Buddy will be always remembered in my family's minds and in the minds of the former Plumlee employees. He was one of my "shining stars" then and now he is one of God's. Take some Peace in knowing that I think Buddy was the finest human being I have ever known....



Curtis Plumlee

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