Johnny Earl Hodge

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Johnny Earl Hodge, 80, of Conroe, Texas died Friday, December 16, 2011. A retired Veteran (Air Force) and retired from Texaco, where he worked for many, many years to support his WHOLE family.

He was a HARD working man who LOVED his family and would do ANYTHING for them. He couldn't wait for the next event to spend quality time with his whole family. He was a handy man of ALL trades and if you had a question, he had the RIGHT answer. He was an outdoors type of guy... Johnny, Merl, Sammy, Terry and Carrie would find ANY excuse in the world to get out and go fishing! They could tell you some amazing stories! He also enjoyed playing bingo with Clinton... even though he did not care that he couldn't see to drive in the dark to get there... he WAS going! Here is a really funny story... He had to get his driver's license renewed and of course he knew he could not pass the test so he told daughter in law (Sharron Hodge) to go take the test, memorize it and tell him so he can memorize it too!!!

Johnny is survived by his son and his wife, Steve and Lisa; his son and his wife, Terry and Sharron; grandchildren, Mickey, Brad, Brandy, Amy, Cody and Tommy; great grandchildren, Taylor, Trent, Lance, Adriane, Austin, Lana, Zoey, Trey, Emily, Jessie, Dillon and Lillian; his beautiful sister, Velvie Hodge Bartlett; and several nieces and nephews.

Funeral Services for Johnny Hodge will be held Wednesday, December 21, 2011 at 2:00pm at Copeland Chapel Cemetery, located in Montgomery, TX West on 105 and turn left on McCaleb Rd (by Sonic) then turn right. The viewing will be held on Tuesday, December 20, 2011 from 6pm to 8pm at Sam Houston Memorial Funeral Home, located at 10129 FM 1097 West, Willis, TX 77318. Condolences may be left on our website at www.shmfh.com .


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