Louise Hodges, 73 of Rugby

Mrs  Louise  (Blondie) Hodges,  age 73 of Rugby died Monday April 27,2015 .

A graveside  funeral  service  will  be  11 am Thursday April  30 in Morris Chapel Cemetery with David  Ballard  speaking.  Wood Funeral Home of Bogata has charge of arrangements.

She was born May 12,1941 in the Cherry Community of Red River County the daughter of Alber t  A   and Irene Slate Martin . She married Jimmy Hodges  Jan 6,1957 in Altus Oklahoma.

She is survived by her husband Jimmy Hodges of Rugby, three sons Joseph Dale Hodges of Reno, Jimmy Don Hodges and wife Beverly  of Paris, and Jimmy Mark  Hodges and wife Dale  of Stutgart, Germany and one daughter Lailahi Kaye Cooper and husband Ricky of Clardy,    two sisters Deanna Francis of Greenville and Tressia Jarvis and husband Bryan of Lewisville fourteen grandchildren and several  great grandchildren. She was preceded in  death  by a brother Claudegene  Martin


Memorial may be sent to Briteland Christian Orphanage c/o Pattonville Church of Christ, P.O. box 5, Pattonville, TX 75468



Online condolences  www.woodfuneralhomes.com

  1. She made a good fight, got her wings and went home to wait for the rest of us. We know she is in God’s loving care. So blessed. She was loved and will be missed.

  2. Jerry Frazier says:

    Goodbye old friend. I will cherish our memories as children and adults.

    May all of the family heal fast from this tragic loss.

    Jerry Frazier

  3. Donna and Edward Boykin says:

    Loved her all my life, always kind, always had a good hug for you and when she said she loved you, she meant it. Rest in Peace, pretty lady!

    My love to all our sweet family members. I’m sorry her final days here on this Earth were a struggle, but I am thankful she is once again wearing that beautiful smile.

  4. Gary & Diane Ford says:

    I loved her from the day we met, we felt like brother & sister.She always had a hug for me, will miss her dearly. Our thoughts go out to all the family.

    Gary & Diane Ford

  5. Gary & Nancy Frazier says:

    Goodbye Louise. Our memories of the past will always be re breed.

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