Paul Lowell Woods

August 28, 1974 - April 11, 2021

Obituary For Paul Lowell Woods

Paul Lowell Woods of Detroit, MI, suddenly passed away on April 11, 2021, in McLaren Hospital, Harrison Township. Paul was born in Detroit, MI, to Paul C. and Deborah F Woods, on August 28, 1974. Paul attended and graduated from Detroit Henry Ford High, Specs Howard School of Media Arts, and Michigan State University.
Paul's work history from his early years as a manager at A&W, Home Depot, Lowes, and most recently as a visual art vendor for Premium Inc. allowed Paul to develop and maintain an incredible amount of lasting true friendships. Paul's love of video gaming had also caused him to establish an untold amount of out of state friendship with the gaming community. Paul enjoyed movies like you would not believe. He was a movie critic who was always the first to see a new movie and his friends looked forward to and depended on Paul's reviews. Music, did anyone say music? PDubbz was a music maker and song writer everyone who knew him, knew his passion for music and Paul was an avid dog lover.

Paul is preceded in death by his father Paul C. Woods and both his paternal and maternal grandparents
Paul is survived by his Mother Deborah F. Woods and his sisters Cresentina and Kimberley and his twin brother Curtis. As well as his devoted pooch Symmetra. In addition to, a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and friends
Our Family wishes to extend our sincere gratitude to Paul's ride or die partners Mac O'Conner and Stephanie Boji.

Arrangements are by Fisher Funeral Home
24501 Five Mile Rd, Redford Charter Township, MI 48239

Woodlawn Cemetery
19975 Woodward Ave.
Detroit, MI 48203
Inurnment Services for Paul L Woods
Tuesday, May 4,2021
11:00 a.m. sharp
Chapel of Faith (1st right follow road to first chapel)

From the moment I knew you were to be born, I was overjoyed, which was only made more joyful was the fact that I was having twins.

My heart was filled with anticipation and love, but in the back of my mind there was also fear. The fear of only bringing one or no baby home.

I was fearful of losing you, but I pushed those feelings deep down and found delight in carrying you guys… I’m grateful for all my memories and every moment we shared. You confided your hope and dreams in me and I encouraged you along the way.

I will miss sending you text and calling, your hugs, our talks. But most of all, I’ll miss your little hands holding mine. They were forever printed in my heart. I 'll also miss hollering up the stairs for you to finish your homework and the threats of hiding your gaming system controllers., the basketball banging on the garage door and , the loud R&B /Rap music. Had I had known this was your forte I would have given you the middle name "Bass, but you chose the nickname PDubbz.

My physical time with you is over now. So, son, place those hands that I held for 20 years in both your father's and the Lord's hand. By the same token be a Guardian Angel to your twin brother and your two sisters guiding them along life's journey until we can all hold each other again

And tell God, ‘Thank you’ for me and tell him how grateful, humbled, lucky and privileged, I feel that he chose me to be your mom and I hope I made him proud.

With my whole heart,


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I'll always miss you cuz. You are definitely one that most I related to. May you rest in paradise. Till I see you again.
- Shevette Boyd
As my 1st brother and best friend and big cousin who inspired me to always try never quit and how to stand on my own as a person. I will miss you here But' i know God came and took you to home. See you 1 day and as promised I'll continue to be a Woods to death. Love you Paul Woods. Woods Men
- Frank Woods

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