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Leigh Ann Cronin Hodges, of Savannah, Georgia and wife of Charles “Chuck” Thomas Hodges, died Wednesday, August 21, 2013 after a short illness.

A private funeral service for her family will be held at a later date.

Online Condolences

  1. Dana Lay says:

    Leigh Ann was a wonderful nurse and I enjoyed getting to know her on GISU at Memorial. She was always so friendly and had a great attitude. She will be missed at Memorial.

  2. Philip & Lindsey Aldred says:

    Such a sad loss, Leigh Ann you will be missed. Chuck you are in our thoughts.


    You were in my eyes, the closest thing to perfection I have ever met. I am going to miss coming in on weekends not seeing that smile or you making sure your lipgloss was popping. You loved that lipgloss. You listened to me when I had no one to talk to, you gave me reason to smile when I wanted to cry. I will forever keep you in my heart. I love and miss you. May you rest in paradise.

  4. Helina Mcfarland says:

    Leigh Ann was an amazing nurse always willing to lend a helping hand, and a great friend she helped me so much when my father was diagnosed with cancer she was my shoulder to cry on because she knew what I was going through. You will be missed, I enjoyed our time working together in CSU, my prayers will be with her family.

  5. Cecilya Burns says:

    Leigh Ann-you hated those bugs and loved wine. You were there for me when I needed help. I know you are a star in the sky now and you will be missed. I know you have found peace.

  6. Wendy Griffin says:

    I am honored to have been a part of your life and family, Leigh Ann. Words fail to express how much I love you. You will be missed deeply. I know you are at peace with Uncle Bert, and you both will always be held close in my heart.

  7. jenny house says:

    You were sunshine. You were optimism. Fly free. Be free. Glad I had the opportunity to know you. Wish I could tell you that face to face. You will be missed.

  8. Melanie Carter says:

    Leigh Ann will be greatly missed by all the staff on 3C at Memorial. I was very sad to learn of her passing, I will miss her bubbly personality every weekend. I always looked forward to working with her. She also took excellent care of my mom & dad when they were patients, I couldn’t thank her enough for that. She was a compassionate & excellent nurse and a great friend. Leigh Ann I will love you & miss you every day, may God be with Chuck & her family during this very difficult time.

  9. Denise Boehle says:

    Leigh Ann was always genuinely interested in everyone. She was a great listener and a sweet friend. I will miss her very much. She is one of those people who come into your life and you can’t forget how special, how endearing she is. I am fortunate to have worked with her, to have witnessed her warm, gentle, nursing care. She will greatly missed.

  10. Aaron Jones says:

    Leigh Ann taught me so much at Memorial about what it means to be a great nurse and a great person. Her patients and peers all loved her. Her compassion and positive spirit will truly be missed. Rest in peace Leigh Ann.

  11. becky pritchard says:

    Leigh Ann Hodges, I will always love you,and will never forget how great you were as a neighbor and best friend to my granddaughter. I am so grateful I got to meet you, and loved our special talks. You will be gratefully missed. God be with you now, and bless Chuck with some peace.Loved you much, and will always remember that smiling face.

  12. Dorothy Griffin says:

    Leigh Ann, the only grand child that was born on Papa Griffins’ birthday, he always felt very proud. I knew you when you were born and during your lifetime. Jackie & Bert
    loved you and the rest of their children. Uncle Joe and your Dad is in heaven so find them and you will not be alone. You never gave your parents anything to worry them when growing up and I know first hand that Grannie Ina and Papa Joe will be waiting in heaven when your arrive. God Bless you and your Mom, Brothers and Leslie. Love to you Aunt Dot.

  13. Becky Hodges says:

    Leigh Ann – I loved working with you the past few years. We all did. You were such a hoot to laugh and gossip with. Will think of you often and hope you are happy.

  14. Anne Cronin says:

    May you rest in beautiful peace back into the wide open wings of Uncle Bert. May your soul continue to heal on earth until it is blessed with your physical presence again.

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