OBITUARIO

Gerald Dee Hodges

29 marzo , 193919 julio , 2021
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A Celebration of Life for Gerald Dee Hodges, 82 of Killeen will be Monday, July 26 at 10 AM at the First Baptist Church Trimmier, burial will follow at the Killeen City Cemetery, he passed away Monday, July 19.

Gerald was born March 29, 1939 in Gorman, Texas to Albert Clyde and Lela Mae Hodges He is preceded in death by his parents and a brother, Rondal Hodges of Valley Mills, TX. He is survived by his sister, Doris Lightfoot Simank, 93 of Copperas Cove. Gerald grew up in the Duster community near DeLeon, TX. His parents farmed Cotton and Peanuts in Comanche County. He graduated from Comanche High School in 1958 and after High School, enlisted in the U.S. Army and was stationed in Germany shortly after Basic Training in Ft. Riley, Kansas. After his military service, he moved to the Killeen area where he began his 29 year career with AAFES (Army and Air Force Exchange Service) at the PX Service Station on Ft. Hood. He retired from AAFES as the Service Station Manager in 1995 and spent most of his retirement as a cattle rancher. He was married to long time Killeen resident Jeanne Ellan Reaves on August 25, 1964 in Killeen. He is survived by his wife and 2 sons, Derek and wife Leah of Belton and Justin and wife Alanna of Marshall, TX. Grandchildren, Jake, and wife Taylor Holmes, of Crawford; Kyle Holmes of Belton, Madeline and Landon Hodges of Marshall, and great granddaughter Charlotte Ann Holmes.

The family will receive friends as Crawford-Bowers of Killeen on Sunday, July 25 from 6-8 PM,

Servicios

  • Visitation

    domingo, 25 julio , 2021

  • Celebration of Life

    lunes, 26 julio , 2021

  • Burial

    lunes, 26 julio , 2021

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Tresia Miller

25 julio , 2021

My name is Tresia Miller. Gerald Hodges was the AAFES Assistant Service Station Manager when I worked for him from 1982 -1985. He was the best manager. He gave me opportunities to learn new job skills which included increasing responsibilities. Later in life, I was able to visit with him at Trimmier Baptist Church when I was visiting my parents in Killeen. Not surprisingly, he actually remembered me. Mr. Hodges, thank you for being a part of my life. You will be missed.

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