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Burial Date January 5, 2021
Monday, January 4, 2021
12pm – 2pm (Family Hour)
3pm – 6pm (Public)d
Hardeman County Funeral Services Chapel
Tuesday, January 5, 2021
Mt Olive Church Cemetery
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TONY KISHAWN WOODS was born September 4, 1974 at Jackson-General Hospital to Catherine Woods Joy of Bolivar, TN and Arthur Lee Prewitt of Grand Junction, TN. Those who preceded him in death: Maternal grandparents Roosevelt and Catherose Woods; Paternal grandparents Ed Lee and Flora Prewitt; one sibling Chris Prewitt.
Tony grew up in Bolivar, TN. He was always a playful and joyful person who loved his family and friends. He enjoyed watching karate movies as well as all the classics. He had a passion for singing and a love for gospel music; he would
often make his siblings sing for hours in order to get the musical note to his liking. He was a selfproclaimed chef who could make anything taste good. Tony enjoyed building things with his hands. He thought he could build anything he wanted if he just had the time and the right tools. He also had a thirst for knowledge that ignited the love of reading.
On December 26, 2020 after a short illness, Tony departed at Bolivar General Hospital. His heavenly father suddenly called Tony home; to be absent from the body, and to be present with the Lord (2 Cor. 5:8b). Now, at the Sunset those who are left to remember and cherish his love and kindness are his loving mother Catherine Woods Joy, his father Arthur Lee Prewitt, a
God-given grandmother Pastor Earline Braddock. Three sisters: Latice (Carey) Jackson of Whiteville, TN, Stephanie Joy of Bolivar, TN, Nikita Prewitt of Grand Junction, TN. Six brothers: Alex (Christy) Joy of Oakland, TN, Brandon (Sophilia) Joy of
Thorndike, MA, Jonathan Joy of Bolivar, TN, Arthur L. Prewitt, Jr., Kevin Prewitt of Somerville, TN, Aaron Prewitt of Memphis, TN. Tony loved children, but never had any biological children of his own. He leaves to cherish his memory Shane Palmer whom he loved as a son. He also leaves a host of nieces, nephews, aunts and uncles and many special relatives and friends who will miss his famous words – “Hey Bae”. “This is not the End; just a Pause in our relationship.