son of the late James and Mamie Hopkins Woolford. He went home to be with the Lord on Saturday, March 26, 2011 at St. Joseph Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland.\n \n Wesley was educated in Dorchester County Schools and graduated from F.D. St. Clair High School with the Class of 1943. He worked for Hubbard Cleaners in Hurlock, MD until 1950. He was drafted in the U.S. Army and was discharges in 1952 as a Sargent.\n \n He moved to Baltimore, MD in 1952 and married the former Helen Henry. They had a devoted and blissful marriage for 58 years.\n \n Wesley joined Mt. Pleasant UM Church in Salem, MD, but after moving to Baltimore he fellowshipped and worked within Rev. Payne's church on Francis Street until his health failed.\n \n He was employed for a Dry Cleaners in Baltimore for about two years. Wesley was then employed for Isaac Hamburger as a Display Manager until he retired in 1987.\n \n Wesley leaves to celebrate his life and cherish his memory, his wife, Helen Henry (Baltimore, MD); three brothers, Merritt Woolford (Baltimore, MD), Albert "Buster" Woolford (Ethel), Hurlock, MD and Wendell "Sonny" Woolford (Elizabeth), Fayetteville, NC; a sister, Gloria Parker (Baltimore, MD) and a host of other relatives and friends; a faithful cousin, Junior Hopkins and a special friend, Kitty Hilton (both of Baltimore, MD);\n \n Even though Wesley has been sick for about 30 years he has always managed to keep a smile on his face and never complained of feeling ill. He was preceded in death by his parents, a sister, Gladys Woolford Young and two brothers, Leland and Joe Louis Woolford. Funeral services will be held on Monday, April 4, 2011 11am at Faith Community UM Church East New Market, MD with a viewing Sunday evening 6-7pm at Henry Funeral Home PA 510 Washington St Cambridge, MD. Interment Tuesday, April 5, 2011 10am at the Eastern Shore Veteran's Cemetery Hurlock, MD.