Forest Park The Woodlands Funeral Home & Cemetery

18000 Interstate 45 S, The Woodlands, TX


Jody Glenn Harmon

June 2, 1972July 29, 2020
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Jody Glenn Harmon, age 48, of Conroe, Texas passed away on Wednesday, July 29, 2020. Jody was born June 2, 1972 in Conroe, TX to Margie Lehman and Tommy G. Harmon.

He graduated from Conroe High School. He then worked for Corky McWilliams and Jimmy Lynch for many years in construction where he developed his love for working with his hands. Jody then worked at NOV as a draftsman/engineer and was a member of the Freemasons.

He had a passion for woodworking, fishing, cooking and gardening.

Jody never met a stranger. He befriended anyone with his contagious smile. He leaves behind many friends that will miss him yet will cherish his short time on earth.

He was preceded in death by his Mongo and MawMaw that get to enjoy him now.

Jody is survived by son Colby G. Harmon (and spouse Haley); son Caleb B. Harmon; daughter Maygan Lightfoot; and granddaughter Eloise; father Tommy G. Harmon (and spouse Diane) and mother Margie Lehman (and spouse Larry); brother Jeffrey Paul Harmon (and spouse Jennifer); niece Cameryn and nephews Coleman and Hayden; also including special friend Paula Green.

A private celebraton of life for Jody will be held Tuesday, August 4, 2020, with a facebook live streaming available.

Serving as pallbearers are Pete Alvarado, Kevin Alvarado, J.W. Alvarado, Matthew Alvarado, Joe Wall and Troy Barta.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.forestparkthewoodlands.com for the HARMON family.


  • Colby G. Harmon, Son
  • Caleb B. Harmon (Maygan Lightfoot), Son
  • Tommy G. Harmon, Father
  • Margie Lehman, Mother
  • Jeffrey Paul Harmon, Brother
  • Paula Green, Special Friend

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  • Pete Alvarado, Pallbearer
  • Kevin Alvarado, Pallbearer
  • J.W. Alvarado, Pallbearer
  • Matthew Alvarado, Pallbearer
  • Joe Wall, Pallbearer
  • Troy Barta, Pallbearer


  • Live Stream Celebraton of Life

    Tuesday, August 4, 2020



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Tish Vaughn Patty

August 4, 2020

I was one of the fortunate people besides his family, that had the privilege of watching Jody grow from a sweet and funny young boy to a generous, kind and fun loving man. Jody could be a little shy at times until you got to know him. He never met a stranger. He had a wonderful personality and a heart as big as Texas. The part I will miss the most is that Hollywood smile he had, it could light up any room he entered. I loved him so much for being the only person in your family for not making fun of my upside down peanut butter/chocolate fudge. (a little inside joke). I’ve been where he is now but was sent back so I know that he’s in a beautiful place and has already been reunited with Mongo and MeeMaw. He is not alone and can see the pain everyone is in. Jody was not a selfish man and would rather have everyone celebrate his life instead of mourning his death.
There will be an emptiness that cannot be filled with anyone or anything but just know he is now in the presence of our savior and knows how much he was loved.
Please direct your prayers towards the family and friends that will struggle with his absence. It was a blessing to be a part of his life and I’ll be looking for that beautiful smile when my time comes. Until we meet again I love you Jody.

Cindy Anderson

August 4, 2020

I only met Jody a couple of times , but those times he always had a great since of humor and he loved his Mom . I’ve known Jody’s mom, Margie for years and we worked together. Margie I can’t say how sorry I am and that I wish I could be there with you . You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
Love y’all Travis and Cindy

Becky Harmon

August 4, 2020

I find myself wiping tears that run down my face thinking of memories thru the years and growing up ... although we didn’t hang out much as we got older I will never forget your laugh.. it was contagious and you always had a way to cheer me up weather you said something funny or was picking on me... I remember playing board games and when you would win you would start busting out laughing and say something like well I guess I’m gonna go get a beer cause I won. Y’all losers want one... every time I would come over you always had something good to eat or had bbq on the pit... man you could cook... I will miss you Jody Harmon you were my family and I love u ... fly high In heaven with other loved ones lost...

Coleman Davis

August 3, 2020

Uncle Jody was always a very kind-hearted and optimistic man who involved everyone he could in his life. He was always smiling, and bringing laughter to a simple conversation. I wish I could have spent more time with him, but I will cherish the times we had together. His cooking was phenomenal and his family is beautiful. We will miss you, Rest In Peace Uncle Jody.

Carol Tucker

August 3, 2020

Goodbye Jody. My heart is breaking. You are gone much to soon. We have known Jody since he was about 10 years old. Saw a lot of him as a kid. As he got older we seldom saw him. But about 3 weeks ago he stopped to see us for the first time in years. It was so good to see him and to see how happy he was. To catch up with what was happening in his life. He still had that big smile. I will always be grateful for his coming to see us. We are praying for his kids and his family.

Robert Traylor

August 3, 2020

Jody was a great man, we worked together for many years and kept in touch. He was always working and building. I saw him a few weeks ago and can't believe he's gone, it breaks my heart. We always valued each others opinions when times were hard. I'll see him again and we'll talk about life like usual. I miss Jody dearly. My condolences to his family and especially his kids.
God Bless,
Bobby Traylor

Betty Dragoo

August 2, 2020

Such a sweet man. When I first met Jody his smile won me over. RIP, dear friend.

Janine Sergent

August 2, 2020

Farewell Jody. We will miss your laughter, pranks, and cooking.
Had some good times with you. May God comfort family and friends. You will always be in our hearts and memories.
Janine and Bryan

Ray Garza

August 2, 2020

There's no way you left us, you where to good of person,friend and you where family.Love u man and say hello to Grandpa for me.RIP my friend.

Luv ur friend Ray Ray

Lady Patricia Simon

August 1, 2020

I've only known Jody for a year as my neighbor. He was one of those rare individuals that never met a stranger. I enjoyed our daily balconey to balconey chats and it will be a long time before I stop looking out of the window to see if he's sitting outside. He was a wonderful neighbor and friend and I am happy that I could be there for him.


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