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JOSEPH JULIAN HODGES

Joseph Julian Hodges, 47, of Savannah, Georgia, died Friday morning, February 26, 2021, at St. Joseph Hospital.

Funeral arrangements are incomplete and will be announced by Gamble Funeral Service – 410 Stephenson Avenue.

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  1. LINDA T BUNTON says:

    I’m sorry for your loss. I’ve know Joseph since we were really young. I remember him hanging out with Toro/Tank and William. He was like a little brother. Maybe he and Toro will be hanging out together when they go to heaven.

  2. Robert C. Maner says:

    I only knew Joseph for a little more than a year. I can’t .begin to express my disappointment that I’m not going to have more of his hilarious personality, unbelievable kindness, his intelligence and feel good affirmations. I am a little jealous of his fiends that have known him since childhood but can’t imagine the loss they must feel. I spent a lot of time with him the last few weeks; only wish that he had known that by no means was his welcome exhausted in my home but he thought about things like that . I’m a better person for knowing him and will never be forget him.

  3. Linda Waters/family says:

    Just heard tonight about Joseph’s death. We were shocked and terribly saddened. Joseph grew up at Gaukie’s (his grand-mother) Our family has known him forever. We are soo sorry for your loss, John and Cindy..(Mom & Dad)..✝️ Our family will be told tomorrow and Im sure, they send their sympathy as well.

  4. Brandi Courson says:

    Joseph was one of the best men I knew. We dated on and off over the years and regardless of it not working, we remained friends. That’s just who he was. A stand up guy! Always taking the shirt off his back to help me and many others. He will forever hold a significant place in my heart. I am in shock and disbelief to have just found out today. I send the sincerest of condolences to his family and friends who I know will miss that contagious smile and laugh. He even helped me navigate the system at Armstrong when I first registered there. So intelligent, handsome and genuine through and through! He’ll be so deeply missed! After 27 years of knowing him from when I was 15 years old, he’s always been there. The last time I saw him he was at Publix buying steaks in February and congratulated me on buying my home, promising to come see it. I didn’t understand until today why I haven’t heard from him since. My heart is broken and breaking for anyone who ever knew this amazing man. I’m thankful and feel blessed he was a large part of my life. R.I.P.

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