Harold Dudney Hodges

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Harold Dudney Hodges

June 29, 1936 - February 28, 2019

Harold Dudney Hodges Harold Dudney Hodges, 82, of Oliver Springs, passed away Thursday, Feb. 28, 2019, at Methodist Medical Center of Oak Ridge.
He was born June 29, 1936, in Pleasant Hill, son of the late Harold Christopher Hodges and Ruth (Taylor) Hodges.
After serving in the National Guard, Harold worked as a nuclear medicine researcher.
He is survived by his wife, Linda Lee Hodges of Oliver Springs; daughter, Julia Bott (Lenny) of Manchester; son, Kirk Hodges (Sara) of Florida; stepdaughter, Theresa Stanley of Georgia; stepson, Kevin Miller (Dori) of Knoxville; grandchildren, Matthew Blankenship, Clint Shelby, Jackson Miller, Shay and Quinn Stanley; and nieces, Kathleen Steele and Heather Patterson.
In addition to his parents, Harold is preceded in death by his brother and sister-in-law, Joseph Edward and Maureen Cullen Hodges
Funeral services were held at Cedar Springs Presbyterian Church on Monday, March 4, at 6 p.m. with Rev. Clay Harrington officiating. Funeral services were also held at Bilbrey Funeral Home on Tuesday, March 5, at 1 p.m. with Dr. Leonard Markham officiating. Interment in New Pleasant Hill Cemetery.
The family requests memorial donations to be made in support of Ubora and Project Child, a ministry in which we have been very active serving in Karansi, Tanzania. Checks may be made out to UboraTZ including Project Child in the memo field and mailed to UboraTZ Inc., 4575 Webb Bridge Rd. #5487, Alpharetta, GA 30023 or you can pay via Paypal at paypal@uboraTZ.org. (Information about Project Child is available at www.projectchildtz.com and www.uboratz.org.)
Bilbrey Funeral Home, Inc. (www.bilbreyfh.com) was in charge of the arrangements.
Published on March 4, 2019
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