Charlie-Hodge-Obituary

In Memory Of

Charlie Hodge

Knoxville, Tennessee

Guest Book

Patricia Esposito

March 28, 2017 | Crown Point

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.

Doc Livingston

February 05, 2017 | Sevierville, TN

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

L Robbins

February 04, 2017 | New York, NY

I just watched a utube interview of Charlie reminiscing about his friendship with Elvis. It was so wonderful because their friendship was so deep and strong. I know that Charlie and Elvis will again have a rich friendship when the time comes.

Del Smith

August 06, 2016 | ESSEX ENGLAND

Del and Charlie

I miss Charlie to talk to,and Often want to tell him things, or tell him a joke I've heard, I know he would laugh that Laugh.

Missing you Buddy.

Del from England

Ramonda Brady

August 05, 2016 | St. Ann, MO

Heartfelt prayer's for Charlie Hodge, always smiling and making fans laugh. I know Charlie is up in Heaven singing with Elvis. GOD BLESS.

August 03, 2016

SO SORRY FOR THE LOST OF CHARLIE BUT NOW HES HAPPY ONCE AGAIN BEING WITH ELVIS ONCE MORE AND I ALSO GOT A AUTOGRAPH OF HIS WHEN I WAS IN VEGAS HE WAS A REAL NICE MAN ONLY WISH I NEVER GOT WAS A SCRAF BUT SOMEDAY WHEN WE ALL MEET UP AGAIN GOD BLESS YOU, SOAR HIGH MY DEAR FRIEND

frederick lagerberg

August 03, 2016 | Keene, NH

We all miss you Charlie Singing agin with Elvis as one.... with God....

robin wright

August 03, 2016 | Newminas, NS

Charlie may the angel,give you&elvis wing,s you gave one hell of a battle r.i.p.charlie hodge

Joan Chiarelli/Rondell

May 01, 2016 | Burlilngton, ON

God Bless you Charlie! I know you are up in heaven as Elvis' right hand man just as you were on earth.

Obituaries

Charlie's Obituaries

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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