He was 74 years-of-age.
Woods enlisted in the U.S. Marines and served in An Hoa, Vietnam. "He was awarded the Bronze Star and the Purple Heart for his actions in combat in May 1969. He also received numerous citations including six Presidential Unit Citations, One Matrious Combat Promotion while participating in six operations against insurgents of communist Viet Cong. It was during his service in Vietnam that his fellow Marines gave him the name of The More Better Man.
His love for rhythm and blues music led him to seek a job at WOL and he went on the air in September 1982. He started with just two hours per week but listener response led to more airtime. In 1986 The More Better Man moved to midday, where he remained for six years.
The More Better Man also sponsored dances, parties and shows that featured the music of the fifties and sixties. He made sure to recognize and honor Vietnam veterans and for 10 or more years organized a veteran's march from the WOL studio to the Veterans Memorial on Veterans Day.
The More Better Man was noted for his contributions to music and radio in a profile in the July 1995 issue of Discoveries, a national magazine for record collectors.