James-Hood-Obituary

In Memory Of

Dr. James Alexander Hood

Guest Book

I'm so sorry for the loss of your loved one,please accept my condolences during this difficult time. Psalms 65:2

I'm sorry to read about your loss. May you draw close to God and find comfort in reading his Word.

I'll be talking about the amazing life of Dr. Hood and the legacy he left behind on Thursday March 14 during a 2:30-3:45pm panel at 205 Gorgas Library on UA's campus. Would love to meet some of his family if you are able to attend. He was special and I have enjoyed getting to know him through my research. Much Love and Many Blessings, Caroline Parsons

To the Hood family,

So sorry for your loss. Please be encouraged by Is. 25:8 where God promises to swallow up death forever and we know this is will be a reality becasue Titus 1:2 states that he is a God who cannot lie. My condolences to you all during this difficult time.

Francine

I'm sorry for your loss.I know God will help you through all these difficult times.Psalms 46.1

Brenda and entire Hood family just a note to convey my condolences to each of you during your trying times of sorrow. Rest assured God don't put more on you than you can bare. Keep your hands in His and He will see you through. May He continue to comfort and keep you is my continued prayer.

So proud of Dr. Hood and the legacy he left behind. Warm regards from a UA instructor

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Dr. James Alexander "Jimmy" "Sonny" Hood was born to Octavie and Margaret Hughs Hood on Nov. 10, 1942, in Gadsden, Ala.He united with the Sweet Home United Methodist Church at an early age and was educated in the Gadsden Public School System, graduating from Carver High School...

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