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Woodrow “Guy” Weddle
Our darling son and father Woodrow “Guy” Weddle left his earthly body on April 19th 2018 after his long battle with Diabetes and End stage renal failure. Born to Terry and Frances Weddle in Clarkston Washington where he remained an only child until at the age of 4 his sister Christina came into our lives. His family eventually relocated to Arizona where he graduated from Blue Ridge Highschool in 1984.
He was a poet at heart and had a love of writing that eventually lead him to form his metal band Altar where his love of writing inspired the music he played. He loved his guitar and could shred like the Rockstar he was.
In his later years and with advances in technology he learned he had an amazing skill for working with computers. He fixed, built and designed programs for companies like IMC, The Art Institute of Philadelphia and Motherhood Maternity.
After fighting his diabetes alone for some time he joined the rest his family and settled in Tooele, Utah in 2012. His presence was one of celebration and was the missing piece that brought our family together. He had the chance to reconnect with and build an amazing relationship with his parents and daughter Rachel Spafford, his two grandchildren Isaac and Sander who called him Pop-Pop and his sister Christina and her children.
He loved deeply, laughed with all his soul and loved his animals who were always near his side. His whole family fought every step of the way with him and After contracting phenomena he was able to leave this world with his mother near his side.
He is survived by his parents Terry and Francis Weddle, cousin Sharon Young His daughter Rachel Spafford and her husband Tyler and His two grandchildren Isaac and Sander. His Sister Christina Vokt, niece Brenna Vokt , nephews Ian, Colin, and Terry. His furry friends to the end Ginger, Sophie, and Gia.