Jamin Michael Hodge

Kannapolis, North Carolina

Nov 17, 1992 – Feb 13, 2021 (Age 28)


November 17, 1992
February 13, 2021
Kannapolis, North Carolina


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Jamin Michael HodgeJamin Michael Hodge, 28, unexpectedly went home to be with our Lord Saturday, Feb. 13, 2021. He is the son of Steve Hodge and Sherry Ross Johnson.Jamin was a loving son, father, cousin, nephew, and friend. He had a "big heart" and the most important thing about Jamin was he...

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I am so very saddened to hear the news of Jamin's passing. He was a beautiful soul and a bright spirit. His deep country voice is still in my mind when I think of him. I've always been rooting for him. Now I will hold him in prayer and I pray for healing for his entire family, god bless, and let God. This photo was taken on crowders mountain with my son and a friend. 2011

I´m so sorry for Steve and his ex wife lost his in heaven god is taking good care of him he was loved god please be with the family there hurting they lost there son he will always be you´re baby boy god bless you my heart and soul goes out to the family

Jamin you had grew up to be a real nice person, you always stoped what you were doing to talk to me and ask about me and also little diva, I will really miss you, I don´t live in concord any more but I could have still ran into you some where.you know Greg will show you around in heaven, don´t have too much fun trying to haunt us now, you will be dearly missed. I have always heard the good die young.

Steve, I am so very sorry for your loss. Please take care of yourself. Hugs and prayers for healing.

Jamin you were a breath of fresh air, the life of get togethers, and just a bright light! You were loved and will be missed! You were a shooting star! Rest In Peace my friend and family member.

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

rest in peace

Jamin you always brightened up the room and were always in good spirits. You will be greatly missed brother. I´ll never forget 4 wheeling around your house with a sled tied to it slinging each other into trees and ditches. Love you man. Rest easy.

So sad to hear this man. Shared lots of fun memories in high school. You were always a good time and full of good energy. Rest in heaven. Our family will be praying for you and your family. I´ll always remember you man. Rest easy. With love, Chris Norris