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Harold Alan Wood

A husband, father, grandfather, best friend, and hero passed away March 29, 2019.  Harold Alan Wood was the son of Harold Ashby Wood and Leda Francis Stevens Wood from Holden, UT.

Dad loved his savior and lived his life accordingly by serving others, loving all he came to know unconditionally. 

Our father accomplished many things in his life.  But if you asked him what was his favorite accomplishment, it was marrying his sweet heart Lynnette Willoughby Wood and being the father to Steven Alan (Laura) Wood, Lee Ann Wood, Robin Wood Jex, as well as a grandfather, great grandfather, and great-great grandfather.

We will all miss his encouraging words of "how great" and "I love you", for these were not just words, he showed them in action and deed to everyone each day.

What a great reunion it must have been when he was able to see his mother, father, and two brothers again.

We want to thank the paramedics who cared for our father.

We will be holding a graveside service to celebrate his life on Saturday, April 6, 2019 at 1:00 PM at the Holden Town Cemetery, in Holden, UT. Online condolences can be offered at www.olpinstevensfuneralhome.com.

In lieu of flowers please donate to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints missionary fund.

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This is amazing! Thank you. I am glad he encouraged you, and Im sure Gramps is so proud of your accomplishments.

Lysh Troy Oct 2 2019 12:00 AM

Mr. Wood will be remembered by many I am sure but most importantly to me I will remember the way he changed my life. His family should know that he was an influence for good. I had him as a math teacher at Northwest Jr. High when I was in Eighth grade. He was an excellent teacher and encouraged students to reach beyond what they thought was possible. I can't say he was a warm or fuzzy guy but he taught what was supposed to be taught. We spent time learning and growing. Perhaps it is because of his diligence that I learned that I could accomplish tough things. I went on to Major in Math at the University of Utah.

I am happy to know he is a man of faith and has a desire to follow the Savior. I think that all those he left behind should know that the seeds he planted go far beyond what you will ever see or know in this life. May our Father in Heaven be with and comfort you all at this time with a knowledge of life everlasting.

Steve Sturzenegger Apr 4 2019 12:00 AM

Steve thanks for sharing.

Robin Wood Jex Apr 4 2019 12:00 AM

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