Charlie-Hodge-Obituary

Charlie Hodge

Memphis, Tennessee

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Dearest to haunt I was not on the era L just Presley got taken by the age of reaches in my heart but what reaches in my heart , as you Mr. Hodge onstage you were there I wish many blessings and I pray for you every night prayers are always good and thank you for showing us you are

Hey Charlie I was in Memphis for the 40th and thought of you many times as I traveled around Graceland and Memphis. Miss your jokes and smiling face and that laugh of yours. Elvis and you are in a wonderful place and I can't wait to see you again. Love and Respect - Wesley

JUST WISHING WE COULD GO BACK TO THE TIMRS YOU WERE WITH ELVIS,.YOUR BOTH SO MISSED XX

Just Thinking about you Today ,no particular reason....Miss You Man.

My daughter Debbie belonged to Sir Charles Fan Club.

Charlie Hodge, has such a great sense of humor, and helped Elvis, i know Charlie is singing up there with Elvis. All the fans loved Charlie.

Charlie, GOD Bless you and your family. If you have any influence on how to help this hurting country, we'd appreciate it.

My Dear Charlie,
Well, it has been 40 years since we lost Elvis and I just got back from Elvis Week 2017. Every time I go I can't help but remember all the times you spent telling me all about the best times you had with your best friend Trust me Charlie, you are not forgotten. Every time I mention your name in Memphis during the week I know how loved you are by the fans. I hope all you boys in the Mafia are enjoying being together again. We all love and miss you Charlie.

Charlie Hodge, I think you were the most
Humble man ever. You were a loyal friend to Elvis. Thank you for example you set before us.

Had You On My Mind This Morning ,As I Often Do....We All Miss You......

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HODGE, CHARLIE - age 71 of Sevierville died Friday March 3, 2006 at Fort Sanders Regional, Knoxville, Tennessee. Charlie's love of music and comedy led him to a long career of singing with quartets, one of the first included Bill Gaither and Charlie's own quartet, The Foggy River Boys. Charlie...

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