The Gaggle remembers the late Grant Woods as voice for Arizonans
Former Arizona Attorney General Grant Woods died of a heart attack on Oct. 23, at the age of 67. He spent years as a Republican politician in Arizona, often crossing party lines to side with Democratic causes.
Woods was known as a fighter who stood up for what was right, even when it wasn’t popular. He will forever be remembered as an authentic Arizonan.
The former Arizona Attorney General was celebrated at the Orpheum Theatre in downtown Phoenix on Nov. 23. The memorial brought family, friends, and those who respected Woods.
To remember his life as a politician, a lawyer, and a person, The Gaggle hosts Yvonne Wingett Sanchez and Ron Hansen invite EJ Montini to the show. Montini is a columnist for the Arizona Republic who wrote about Woods after his passing.
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