• Floral Hills Funeral Home and Cremation Services
    Tucker, GA
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Dr. Henry Jack Hudson 1929 - 2014

Dr. Henry Jack Hudson

Thursday, October 09, 2014
Dr Henry Hudson was truly a friend, and had a close relationship with his patients. And I always enjoyed talking to his daughters in the office.He told me to plant the Parks Whopper tomatoes like he planted on the line near Tracy's.
We enjoyed dealing with him at the office.
Ours prays are with you.
Sidney and Linda Houser
patients since 1976.
Monday, July 14, 2014
Dear Dr. Hudson's family. He was a very special person, always helpful to my family and we appreciated it very much. We are so sorry for the loss of such a great person. We love you all.
Nell Absher and family
Tuesday, July 08, 2014
To the Hudson Family.
I was a friend in the 60's
with Audrey Hudson, a sister
of Dr. Hudson. I lost contact
with her as I went to college.
She was working at the IRS
then and we both attended
Northwoods Baptist Church, Chamblee, Ga. She was a good friend. And I heard so many wonderful things about Dr. Hudson's wife, and all of the family. Truly a good man. My prayers and comfort to each of you. Martha Hubbard Smith mahs777@yahoo.com
Saturday, July 05, 2014
Dear Family,
I was saddened to learn of Dr. Hudson's passing. He meant a lot to me and my career. I joined Dr. Hudson in 1968 when I was discharged from the
U. S. Army. I joined Dr. Hudson, Dr. Romney and Dr. Granade in a new office building on Chamblee-Tucker Rd. It was a great way to start my own practice. I learned a lot from them. I thank Dr. Hudson for the opportunity.
Wishing you the best and giving you my heartfelt Sympathy,
Dr. Gerald L. Knoedler
Wednesday, July 02, 2014
Dr. Hudson was a dear friend. We had music in common. He loved Bluegrass music and so did I along with Charles, Walter and Ben. Some of my fondest memories are of us all jamming together with a banjo, bass, guitar, mandolin and Dr. Hudson with his fiddle resting on his chest. When it was his turn to play a fiddle break, the confidence he had as a dentist would take over and when his finished his fiddle break there would be a big grin on his face. We had a lot of good times playing music together. He was the 5th member of The Bluegrass Band and never hesitated to support us in any way he could including producing a Bluegrass Band album that we have always been very proud of.

Back when I would stop by his office to see him he would always take the time to sit down and talk with me despite his busy schedule. We would cover many topics but the conversation would always circle back to music and family. If I happen to stop by his house late in the day, he would always invite me to dinner. With my appetite, it was a real treat to get to try some of Dorma's cooking and spend time with Marilyn, Marlene and Kathy.

I will miss him.

Steve Anderson
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