Paul C. Woodson

Paul C. Woodson, 77, of Raytown, Missouri passed away January 6, 2023, at North Care Hospice House.

Celebration of Life to be held on January 28th, 2023, from 11am to 2pm at: NKC Parks & Recreation Ryan Hall (1201 Clark Ferguson Drive, North Kansas City, MO 64116)

Mr. Woodson was born July 2, 1945, in Clinton, Missouri to parents Roy and Joan Woodson. Paul enjoyed life, his family and faith. He was a graduate from Raytown High School in 1963. His career included being a Raytown Police Officer, worked at the Leed’s GM Plant and was a driver for Brinks. He loved to sing and was in a barber shop quartet. He was very active in Boy Scouts and devoted most of his vacations to summer camp. He bowled for many years and passed that love onto others. He was a certified scuba diver, on the board of Central Auto Racing Booster for many years and was a North Kansas City Snake Saturday Parade Judge Chair for a few years.

Paul was preceded in death by his parents, Roy & Joan Woodson; foster parents Herb and Marjorie Yates; brothers Ward Attebery, David Attebery, Robert Yates, Michael Yates, and his wife Sandra G. Woodson.

Survivors of Paul include daughters Carolyn Richardson (Darwin) and Bonnie Hubbard (Sean); son Timothy E. Woodson; adopted son Michael J. Woodson; mother of his children Rebecca L. Hagan; grandchildren Shane A. Warford, Jerimy A. Warford, Ashley M. Hubbard, Christopher J. Hubbard, Anthony Woodson; great grandchildren Emily, Anthony, Ayden, Maysen and Emma; along with many nieces, nephews and 4 sisters in laws.

Memorial contributions are suggested to go to Wounded Warriors Donate Here for Wounded Warrior Project and ASPCA Donate Here for ASPCA in memory of Paul.


  1. Tammy Goudie on January 10, 2023 at 4:29 pm

    I’m gonna miss our talks and our stories ?. Until we get to see each other again, I’ll be thinking of you and dad quite often and wonder what trouble you guys will be getting into up there in heaven. Love you and miss you

  2. Angelia Yates on January 24, 2023 at 8:29 pm

    I really miss our talks and your jokes. I miss you and love you. I wonder what all 5 of you boys are up to now. Until I see you again. Love and miss all of you.

  3. James E. Goudie on January 28, 2023 at 11:12 am

    I thought you were an odd person when I first met you. But you were a very caring person and I grew to love your stories about about family.

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