Harry Bishop III


LIVERMORE – Harry “Woody” Bishop III, 50, of Livermore, died Monday, June 25, at his home with his family by his side after a courageous battle with cancer.

He was born in Berlin, N.H., on Feb. 1, 1957, the son of Harry A. Bishop Jr. and Joan Isabella Stuart-Wortley Bishop. He attended schools in Bath, and continued his education at Plymouth State College.

On June 26, 1982, he married Julie Sayre Mulligan and together they raised their two children. Woody was employed as a used car salesman at Rowe Auburn. He loved his job and enjoyed working with the public. He met many interesting people and made many friends while at Rowe.

Woody was an avid outdoorsman and enjoyed bird hunting with his son, bird dogs and hunting buddy Steve at the family camp in New Hampshire. He also loved fishing, snowmobiling and various other outdoor activities.

He was especially proud of what he and his family’s hard work had accomplished in the renovations of their home in Livermore. He had great admiration for his two children and his wife. His family was his life. He will be remembered for his smile and contagious laugh.

He is survived his wife of nearly 25 years, Julie; his two children, Erin and Alex of Livermore; his mother, Joan Bishop of Bath; two sisters, Wendy Gillespie, and husband, Dennis, of Massachusetts, and Linda Bimbo and Muriel Charron of New Hampshire; a brother, Alan Bishop, and wife, Lisa, of New York; his father-in-law, Leonard Mulligan of Bath; several aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews; and many good friends.

He was predeceased by his father, Harry A. Bishop Jr.