Ralph LeCount Hodge

August 8, 1931October 4, 2019

Ralph LeCount Hodge was born on August 8, 1931 and passed away on October 4, 2019.


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10375 Preston Road
Frisco, TX 75033


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Ann Young-Sloan

October 21, 2019

It is with sincere sympathy that I write these few words for my friend and school mate, Ralph.

Ralph was truly a great man and friend with a warm heart and a caring spirit. I recall the time when we met with The Michigan 450 Group on the campus of UMES in 2014. It is the wonderful memories that sustains us in the future.

Ralph, you will be sorely missed. Rest in peace

Ann Young Sloan
Class of 1952

Ossie Clay

October 19, 2019

A Strong Voice Stilled
Ralph L. Hodge

I want to join many others who send your love and sympathy as we grieve Ralph’s absence among us. He was a true gentleman full of wisdom, knowledge, laughter, and most of all a trusted friend. It’s so hard to say farewell to one we all truly loved.

Ossie Clay

Bettie Scott

October 17, 2019

Your worldly accomplishments admirable and too numerous to mention. Even though I didn’t know you very long or very well, I got to see a bit of your determined, strong character.
I am grateful for and touched by your gracious and warm greeting each time we saw each other. I distinctly remember how you pronounced every syllable of my name and the special name by which you often greeted me. Gone too soon... I will miss you My Friend.

Ronald Forest

October 15, 2019

Ralph was a Great Patriotic American serving his country in both the US Army and US Air Force. I was most proud to be his sponsor to the Dallas Chapter of The Military Order of The World Wars.
I will miss his constant smile and gentlemanly personality.
From one old warrior to another, soar on high my friend!

Veronique Diriker

October 13, 2019

“Monsieur Hodge,” as I used to call him, was someone I admired, respected, and loved. We met in 2005 at a UMES alumni gathering in San Francisco. Even though we didn’t see each other very often, we regularly spoke on the phone and he loved to practice his French with me. We always had fun and lively conversations about politics, world affairs, and life in general. He always managed to make me laugh, no matter the topic! I will miss our conversations. I will miss his cheerfulness. My thoughts and prayers are with his family, whom he loved dearly. Adieu, Monsieur Hodge. A un de ces jours, peut-etre...

Robyn Iglehart

October 10, 2019

There goes a Man.. Words cannot describe the respect and admiration I have for this man. He was a father figure from afar and always offered a kind and encouraging word to me. He served this country and his family until the end. Rest well, Sir.

Gary Hill

October 10, 2019

My cousin, He search and seek for his ancestry, I thank God he found us, like to keep in touch with his daughter.
Wonderful and brilliant man!!!
Gary Hill

Valerie Onley

October 9, 2019

My deepest condolences to the family.
Ralph I’m so honored to have met you over 18 years ago by way of family research and cousin Don. Finding our family connections is a passion we shared. I will carry it onward and thinking of the fun ‘what if’s ‘ we laughed about early on in my quest. Thanks for always checking on my family and I.
Say hello to Ms. Jane Spurlock for us!
Rest in heaven my cousin, my friend ❤️