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Dwight Dean Hohweiler
30 Jun 1938 - 25 Apr 2012
Billings Funeral Home
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Dwight Dean Hohweiler Dwight D. Hohweiler, 73 year old resident of Woodward, died Wednesday, April 25, 2012 in Oklahoma City. Memorial services will be held at 2:00 p.m. Monday April 30, 2012 in the Billings Funeral Home Chapel with the Reverend Aaron Martin officiating.

Dwight Dean Hohweiler was born June 30, 1938 in Shattuck; he was the son of Theodore and Mary Pauline (Ware) Hohweiler. He attended Fargo schools, graduating from Fargo High School in 1956. At a very young age, he began delivering newspapers to the people in Fargo and when he turned 14, he began going to the post office, getting the mail and taking it to the place where the train would pick up the mail on a hook near the track and they would throw the Fargo mail down and Dwight would take it to the post office. While in school, he played the saxophone in the band and raised sheep. He won Grand Champion in the county and the showmanship award. When Dwight was a senior, he joined the U. S. Army. He went into the Reserves and spent six months in Ft. Chaffee, Arkansas. He worked at various jobs before attending OSU for a semester before he came home and began working in Colorado building roads. He later returned to Fargo and began working in the oil field. He worked for awhile in Nigeria, Africa before returning to the United States to work in the oil field. On October 7, 1969, he was married to Nadine Marie Hoskins in Mosta, Malta where he had been working. He worked in the oil field until his retirement in 2000. He had worked as a derrick hand, tool pusher and driller. Dwight and Nadine made their home in Woodward.

Dwight loved golf, building model airplanes and flying them, woodworking and Thunder basketball. The most enjoyment in his life came from his grandchildren.

Dwight is survived by his wife, Nadine of the home; two daughters, Lisa and Larry Puyear; Michelle and Brett Gilliam; four grandchildren, Drew Gilliam; Luke Gilliam; Matthew Puyear and Nathan Puyear; other relatives and many friends.

He was preceded in death by his parents and his brother Jimmy Hohweiler.

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