Services are being held in California.
He was born Aug. 19, 1929, and was a welder at Rohr Industries in southern California for over 40 years. He served in the Navy and was in the Korean War.
He retired to Mountain Home and live here for over 10 years, before moving back to California.
"He loved to play his guitars and sing 'Your Cheating Heart'," his family said. "He also loved working crossword puzzles, often at the DI.
"He was a great father and grandfather to his daughters and grandchildren. He had many friends who loved his sense of humor and heart and will miss him," they said.
He is survived by: his two daughters, Tina Prior and Cynthia Woolverton; four grandchildren; two sisters, Betty Hunt and Shirley Capps, and one brothr, Edward Woolverton.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Claude and Ruby Woolverton.