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Justin Robert Woods

February 20, 1984 - August 23, 2012
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A proud native born son of Texas, Justin Robert Woods was born on February 20, 1984 in Houston, Texas. He was a graduate of Dobie High School, where he served as Drum Captain for the Longhorn Marching Band. Never turning down an opportunity for a new adventure, he enlisted and served four years in the United States Navy, thus becoming a world traveler. Upon his discharge from active duty, Justin went on to complete a Bachelors Degree in Professional Aeronautics from Embry Riddle University. Continuing on in his Naval career, Justin became a Commissioned Officer and completed the flight training program at NAS Pensacola...
A proud native born son of Texas, Justin Robert Woods was born on February 20, 1984 in Houston, Texas. He was a graduate of Dobie High School, where he served as Drum Captain for the Longhorn Marching Band. Never turning down an opportunity for a new adventure, he enlisted and served four years in the United States Navy, thus becoming a world traveler. Upon his discharge from active duty, Justin went on to complete a Bachelors Degree in Professional Aeronautics from Embry Riddle University. Continuing on in his Naval career, Justin became a Commissioned Officer and completed the flight training program at NAS Pensacola Training Airwing 5. As an outgoing and zealous young man, Justin never missed the opportunity to make a new friend or participate in an adventure, no matter how outlandish it may have seemed. He had a generous heart and loved everyone he met. In return he was loved by all as well.

Justin is survived by his wife Allison Woods and his furry child Jaxson. His parents, Michael & Teresa Woods and Bill & Cheryl Markland. His siblings Lindsey, Nicholas and Courtney Markland ,and Christine and Sydney Hudson, along with many other family members and friends.

"Allison- you were such a lucky girl to marry such an awesome guy. I'm sorry that his time with us was so short. Praying for you and the rest of the family..." Julie Aldrich (Minneapolis, MN)

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