Timothy Hodges Obituary, Death – Timothy Wayne Hodges, who resided in Gilmer and passed away at the age of 32, is going to have his funeral services held at Liberty Temple Church on Saturday, November 12, 2022, at 11 a.m., and Brother D’Wayne Williams is going to be the minister who presides over the ceremony as the officiating minister. Timothy Wayne Hodges passed away.

The Bartley Funeral Home in Grand Saline will be in charge of making all of the necessary arrangements for the burial, which will take place at the Creagleville Cemetery immediately after the funeral.
On November 4th, 2022, Mr. Hodges was laid to rest in the city of Winnsboro, which is located in the state of South Carolina. His parents, Claude Hodges and Linda Arburthnot Hodges, were overjoyed to welcome their son into the world on July 22, 1990, in the city of Terrell.

Claude Hodges and Linda Arburthnot Hodges Timothy had lived in Fruitvale for the majority of his life. It was in Fruitvale that he completed the requirements to earn his high school diploma (Fruitvale High School Class of 2008), and it was also in Fruitvale that he joined Liberty Temple Church. He had worked in the oil industry for a total of 14 years, with the most recent few of those years spent working as a driller for Scan Drilling Company. He had a total of 14 years of work experience. Both of Timothy’s grandfathers, Grady Fikes and George Arburthnot, had already passed away when Timothy was still an unborn child. Additionally, his grandmother Gay Arburthnot had passed away before him.

The only surviving members of Timothy Hodges’s family are his grandmother, Sylvia Fikes, who resides in Grand Saline; his parents, Claude and Linda Hodges, who reside in Mt. Vernon; his two sons, Ryder and River Hodges, who both reside in Edgewood; his fiancee, Deann Nicole Wade, who resides in Gilmer; and his two brothers, Kenny Houghland, who resides in Denison, and Grady Hod