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Honestie Hodges, Whose Handcuffing Changed Police Policy, Is Dead at 14

2020-11-24T22:07:56+0000

Honestie’s handcuffing by the police in Grand Rapids, Mich., caused a national uproar and led to a new law enforcement policy on dealing with youths. Honestie died of Covid-19.


Teenie Hodges, Soul Guitarist and Songwriter, Dies at 68

2014-06-26T03:15:03+0000

The musician, who worked with Al Green and others, helped shape the sound of Memphis soul in the 1970s.


Margaret Hodges, 94, Author of Children's Stories, Dies

2005-12-20T05:00:00+0000

Margaret Hodges, who filled bookshelves with retold legends and other books for young readers and with the awards she received for them, died on Tuesday at her home in Verona, Pa. She was 94. Her death was announced by her son Arthur C. Hodges, who said two more of her books were to be published in the future.


Paid Notice: Deaths HODGES, REV. GRAHAM RUSHING

2004-08-22T05:00:00+0000

HODGES -- Rev. Graham Rushing, 88, died peacefully on Friday, July 9, 2004 surrounded by his family at Francis House, a home for the terminally ill in Syracuse, NY. A 1937 graduate of the University of Mississippi, Rev. Hodges earned a bachelor of divinity degree from Yale University in 1940. He was a parish minister for many years for the United Church of Christ in northern and central NY and spent 23 years as pastor of Emmanuel Congregational Church in Watertown, NY. In 1971 he was elected mod ...


Paid Notice: Deaths JENKINS, JULIA HODGES

2002-06-16T05:00:00+0000

JENKINS-Julia Hodges. We are deeply saddened by the death of our beloved member. A winner in 1999 of our Distinguished Service Award, Judy was a mainstay of our club and a leading figure in the design world for decades. We will miss her terribly. Our deepest sympathies to her daughter, Hutsien Brown, and her family. The Decorators Club


Paid Notice: Deaths HODGES, SHIRLEY

2001-07-17T05:00:00+0000

HODGES-Shirley. Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun mourns the passing of the beloved mother of our devoted member Diane Hodges. We extend our condolences to the entire bereaved family. Rabbi Haskel Lookstein Rabbi Joshua Lookstein Chaim Edelstein, President


Paid Notice: Deaths HODGES, KATHLEEN

2000-10-15T05:00:00+0000

HODGES - Kathleen. October 4. Died while brushing her teeth in her home in New York City of heart arrhythmia. She was 59 years old. Fiercely beloved mother of Jennifer Hodges of New York City and Bettina Hempel of Lausanne, Switzerland; sister to Edward DeMar and proud aunt to Julie, Beth and John; cherished daughter of the late Kathleen McHale and Edward DeMar. Kathleen grew up in Lordship, CT and attended Our Lady of Mercy-Lauralton Hall High School after which she moved to New York to receive ...


Paid Notice: Deaths HODGES, E. PHILIP

1998-11-16T05:00:00+0000

HODGES-E. Philip. Of Scarborough, NY, passed away November 9 in California. He retired from A T & T after 43 years as a building engineer. He is survived by his wife Elizabeth, a son Philip, a daughter Elizabeth, and two grandchildren. Services December 3, 11 AM, St. Theresa's RC Church, in Briarcliff Manor, NY.


Honestie Hodges, Whose Handcuffing Changed Police Policy, Is Dead at 14

2020-11-24T22:07:56+0000

Honestie’s handcuffing by the police in Grand Rapids, Mich., caused a national uproar and led to a new law enforcement policy on dealing with youths. Honestie died of Covid-19.


Teenie Hodges, Soul Guitarist and Songwriter, Dies at 68

2014-06-26T03:15:03+0000

The musician, who worked with Al Green and others, helped shape the sound of Memphis soul in the 1970s.



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