Gary Frances Hodge
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Submitted by: Annajo Cantrell Limore
Gary Hodge, 61 of Muskogee, Oklahoma passed from this life suddenly along with his wife Elizabeth Hodge also of Muskogee, Oklahoma near Antlers, Oklahoma on June 26, 2014. Gary was born on July 18, 1952 in Stockton, California.
He was preceded in death by his parents Arthur Lee Doc Hodge and Alpha Mae Hooper Hodge and one grandson Brandon Kyle Ross.
Gary was a truck driver for BCI Barn Builders of Fort Gibson, Oklahoma. He was an avid horse and dog lover and enjoyed building things, working on his land and spending time with his family. He worked very hard and took great pride in everything he did.
He is survived by a very loving family, which includes his two loving daughters Tammy Hodge Miller and husband Lee Miller and Melany Hodge, both of Stilwell. He was the proud grandfather of Brittany Ross Drywater, Samantha Miller Ketcher and Colby Lee Miller, and Alexandria Kozicki all of Stilwell. Greatgrandfather to Draylynn, Braylee and Summer Drywater Zayden, Cade and Kyanna Ketcher also of Stilwell. He is also survived by his adoring sister, Terrye Hodge Workman and husband Jerry Workman of Stilwell one niece Lisa Leach of Stilwell and two nephews A. Wayne Workman of Richland Center, Wisconsin and Jeremy Workman of Stilwell, as well as many friends.
A Memorial Service will be held for Gary at Spade Mountain Church on Friday, July 11, 2014 at 10:00a.m. Pastor Dexter Vann will be officiating. A private Burial will be held at a later date.
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