Alfred Lee Dodge

July 5, 1932May 11, 2013

Mr. Alfred Lee Dodge, 80, of Marietta, GA passed away May 11, 2013. Born to the late Alice and James Dodge in Laramie, WY, Alfred grew up in Rawlins, WY. In 1954, Alfred was drafted into the U.S. Army and served honorably during the Korean War. He is a graduate of the Minot Business College and the American Institute of Baking. Alfred had a lifelong love for baking that started when he was 11 years old. He was well known in the baking industry and well respected and liked. He is survived by his wife of 58 years, Donna Dodge, sons, Terry and Brian Dodge and brother, Robert Dodge (Wanda). A funeral service will be held on Tuesday, May 14, 2013 at 2:00pm in the chapel of H.M. Patterson & Son Canton Hill, Marietta, 770-977-9485. In lieu of flowers, contributions in Alfred’s memory may be made to American Institute of Baking, Attn: Merlene Houghland, P.O. Box 399, Manhattan, KS 66505.


  • Funeral Service Tuesday, May 14, 2013

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Debbie Warner/Phelps

June 7, 2013

Dear Donna,Terry and Brian,

Carol and I send our deepest heart felt sympathies.

We both have special memories of times at the lake and the farm with you and Al.

Carol still talks about having sleepovers at your home. I can remember being the flower girl at your wedding. We also remember babysitting for Terry and Brian.

Al was a good man and will be greatly missed.

Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

Carol Warner (Becktold)
Debbie Warner (Phelps)
And mom, too Mary Warner

Amir, Mona, Maryam, Noor and Kareem.

May 28, 2013

Al, we miss you so much. We miss your kind smile and determination for life. May you rest in peace. We will always cherish the fond memories and tell our children about you and your loving family. Our deepest condolences.

May 19, 2013

Bob, sorry for your loss. Ed Yori

Cindy Green

May 19, 2013

We send our deepest condolences.

Phyllis Pasqual (Peverley)
Cindy Green (Dorr)

Steven Fogarty

May 18, 2013

Al Dodge, a decent man, a patriot, a man of talent and determination, a man who loved his boys and his wife, a man of his word and a man whose honor was secured in his handshake. Rest well Al. I am a better man because of you.