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June 10, 2012
Professor hodge was a great teacher....he taught me how to live
June 10, 2012
I was a student of Jerry's in the medical illustration program in the 80's. Jerry Hodge was an extraordinary artist and teacher. His exuberance and his drive to create and innovate left a lasting impression on all of his students. He inspired us by his ability to see beauty and design in anything that was living. He was in every sense, a true scholar and artist. I extend my condolences to his family. I am sure that he will be missed by many people, including those who had the privilege to know him as a teacher.
June 10, 2012
When I worked in the bio illustration department, Jerry was always so kind and encouraging.
I got to know him better later on with mutual friends and as a neighbor. He was a true gentleman and an inspiration as an artist and as a vivacious, interesting human being, who despite age and ill health, kept a vigorous social life, artistic output and inquisitive mind. Jerry, you will be missed.
June 10, 2012
Melinda, I thoroughly enjoyed meeting you and your father at the Hopkins centennial. Your dad was a delightful person. My parents had always referred to him with great fondness and I am happy that I got to meet him. I sympathize with you and others who knew your father well and loved him.
June 10, 2012
Jerry had a fineness about him. His profile as a person had a sharpness about it that was related to his extraordinary art. I attended a show of work by one of the graduating classes and will never forget the cross-section of a nautilus done by Marlene DenHouter. It spoke not only to her talent but to Jerry's teaching. He gave new meaning to the word "unique."

Ruth Reynolds, Ann Arbor

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A familiar pose. AMI workshop 2011 Florence, Italy - 2009

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