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Carl Hodges
Oct 7, 1887 - Jun 15, 1980
Submitted by: Glenn

Enid Morning News
June 1980

Kingfisher – Carl Hodges, 92, died Sunday in an Enid hospital.

His service will be at 10 AM Wednesday in Sanders Funeral Home Chapel at Kingfisher with the Rev. Dan Sisler officiating.

Burial will be in the Kingfisher Cemetery.

Hodges was born October 7, 1887, at Dodge City, Kansas, to Melvin and Lucy Hodges. He was a veteran of World War I with the United States Army, serving in France, and was a member of the Kingfisher American Legion Post No. 5. He had also received his 50 – year pin.

Survivors include five nieces, Cleo Waller, of the home, Mrs. Lula Hoskins, Harper, Kansas, Mrs. Howard (Thelma) Roat, Camino, California, Mrs. Russell (Ruth) Parson, Wakita, and Mrs. Glenn (Alta) Cook, Wichita, Kansas; and one sister – in – law, Mrs. Guy Hodges, Chickasha.


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