Darren Woodruff, 61, passed on away June 24, 2020 in Sebastian, Fl. With his wife Nancy and son Evan by his side. Darren was born to Dean and Sara Woodruff and grew up in Urbana, OH graduating from UHS and then attending Toledo University where he forged lifelong friendships. He proudly served his country in the US Navy. Darren was a true entrepreneur. He founded and ran several home businesses.
Darren loved and was loved by everyone. He lived life with gusto and enjoyed golf, a good poker tournament, fishing trips, and watching sports. He was a devoted father and husband, dutiful son, and dedicated friend to all.
He is preceded in death by his brother Dale, nephew Andy, grandparents BA and Helen Woodruff and Arnold and Emma Brown.
He leaves behind his parents, wife and son, his sister Deanna (Jeff) Blossom and her family, aunts, uncles, cousins and many friends.
To honor Darren, the family asks that in lieu of flowers donations may be made in his name to Wounded Warriors. Please visit Darren’s memorial page to share photos and stories about this amazing man’s life www.darrenwoodruff.net
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