Danny Wayne “Pete” Wooten, age 76, of New Castle, Indiana went home to be
with his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, on Friday May 29th, 2020. He was
born April 9th, 1944 in New Castle, Indiana. He was the son of Roscoe and
Pauline Wooten.
Pete was a 1964 graduate of Walter P. Chrysler Memorial High School. He was
employed at Chrysler New Castle Machining and Forge, retiring after 30 years
of service on Dec 31st 1997. He was a member of Foursquare Gospel Church
since his youth.
He was a proud US Army Veteran serving in the Vietnam War and a lifetime
member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1282. Also, he was a member of
New Castle Masonic Lodge Post 91 F.&A.M. and the Greenfield Commandery No.
He was a wonderful husband, proud father, grandfather, brother, and friend.
His family was everything to him. He will be sadly missed.
Survivors include his spouse of 52 years, Sheila (Purvis) Wooten and four
children; Sheri (Pat) Carter of Noblesville; Bill (Jodi) Wooten of New
Palestine; Debra (Mike) Patton of Fishers; and Ryan Wooten of New Castle.
He had seven grandsons; Nick, Ross, and Grant Carter; Collin, Cole, and
Carter Wooten; also Luke Patton. He is survived by two sisters, Vicki Jo
(Larry) Mitchell of New Castle and Jeanni Hakes of Cambridge City, along
with three nieces, one nephew and two great nieces. He was proceed in death
by his parents.
Arrangements are entrusted to Macer-Hall Marcum & Moffitt Funeral Home.
Visitation will be 11:00 am to 1:00 pm Wednesday, June 3rd 2020 at
Foursquare Gospel Church, 3200 South 14th Street, New Castle, with service
at the church immediately following at 1:00 pm. Pastors Jim Becker, Pat
Carter and Shelly Dennis will officiate. Burial will follow at South Mound
Cemetery with Military Honors to be conducted by the US Army, Veterans of
Foreign Wars, and The American Legion. Also at the graveside the Masonic
Lodge No. 91 F. & A. M. will conduct a memorial service. The service will
also be live-streamed on the funeral homes Facebook page.
Online condolences may be made to www.macerhall.com. In lieu of flowers,
monetary contributions can be made to God’s Grain Bin, 1623 Vine Street, New
Castle, Indiana or St Jude Children’s Research Hospital at www.stjude.org.
The family would like to thank the staff of Henry Community Health for their
love, support and care. Their compassion will not be forgotten.
The funeral home staff is honored to serve the Wooten family.