Dr. Harrold Woodrow “Woody” Yeomans Jr.

      Dr. Harrold Woodrow “Woody” Yeomans Jr.

Dr. Harrold Woodrow “Woody” Yeomans, Jr., 68, passed away on Friday, August 27, 2010. Funeral services were Tuesday, August 31, 2010 at Harvest Cathedral. Pastor Steve Sawyer officiated.

Dr. Yeomans was born in Macon, to the late Ruby Kate Waites and Harrold Woodrow Yeomans, Sr. Dr. Yeomans was a graduate of Christian Life School of Theology, where he received his Doctorate of Theology and was a minister at Harvest Cathedral. He was licensed and ordained through Evangel Fellowship International. He received counseling and teaching certificates through Beacon University. –

Surviving Dr. Yeomans is his wife Becky Yeomans of Macon; son Jace Yeomans of Macon; grandchildren Makayla and Isabella Yeomans, both of Macon; sister Sandra Leopold of Savannah; aunt and uncle LaRue and Jack Marshall of Auburndale, Florida; aunt Wanelle Waites of Dexter, Georgia; and several sisters and brothers-in-law and nieces and nephews.        

  Guest Book                                         

                                                  May He Rest in Peace

 Woody was my friend, as well as my brother-in-law; married to my sister Becky. All the family members were blessed from having known him, also, in his acceptance of us, as his family. Woody loved each of our family members unconditionally. We will miss his presence and will cherish his memory.

In dedication to Woody…my brother and friend.

      Woody would have loved this picture of one of his favorite friends, UGA the Bulldog

UGA – the University of Georgia mascot – GA Bulldogs  & Woody’s favorite dog..

    Woody was a University of Georgia fan from long ago.

He spent many a joyful time in Sanford Stadium, home of the Georgia Bulldogs football team in Athens, Georgia.


  He taught us to be diligent in all we do,

 as we saw him master the Media Ministry                                   


    Woody let God take control of his life &

                                                   God blessed him.   


      Native Georgian – grew up in Macon &

called  Macon home throughout his life.                                                                                                                               

         Attended the University of Georgia where his love for all things bulldog originated                                                               


 God called Woody home to be with Him. I guess he had learned everything God wanted him to know.

                                            Let us learn from Woody’s example.









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