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Clarkstown Mourns the Loss of Councilman Mark Woods

The Town of Clarkstown is mourning the sudden passing of Councilman Mark Woods, who died unexpectedly from an apparent heart attack at the age of 54. Councilman Woods, elected last November to represent Ward 1, was a distinguished retired NYPD Detective and a combat Army veteran who served in Afghanistan. A graduate of The Citadel, Woods dedicated his life to service from an early age.

In addition to his role in town government, Councilman Woods was serving as the Director of The Joseph P. Dwyer Veteran Peer Services at Bridges, a non-profit organization in Rockland County. His commitment to his community and his country was unwavering.

The Town of Clarkstown offers its deepest sympathies and prayers to his wife, Jeanne, his son, Ray, his daughter, Maggie, his mother, and all his family and friends. In honor of his memory, flags at Town Hall, all town buildings, and parks have been ordered to fly at half-staff.

A small memorial with a condolence book has been set up in the Town Hall Auditorium. It will be open during normal business hours starting Monday, May 20th, for those who wish to pay their respects to Councilman Woods. Service arrangements will be forthcoming and announced next week.

The family has requested privacy during this difficult time. All inquiries should be directed to the Town of Clarkstown Supervisor’s Office.

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