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  • Bradenton-based Woodruff and Sons construction company celebrates founder and 70 years of business

    Roy Woodruff bought first bulldozer with GI pay he saved during World War II. Today the multi-million dollar company is best known for its Manatee County road, utility and subdivision work.

Roy Woodruff bought first bulldozer with GI pay he saved during World War II. Today the multi-million dollar company is best known for its Manatee County road, utility and subdivision work. James A. Jones Jr. Bradenton Herald
Roy Woodruff bought first bulldozer with GI pay he saved during World War II. Today the multi-million dollar company is best known for its Manatee County road, utility and subdivision work. James A. Jones Jr. Bradenton Herald

Woodruff and Sons celebrates a father’s legacy, 70 years of business innovation

January 08, 2017 10:35 AM