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Family of Hugh Lawton HOOD (647) & Maude Ethel PRUETT

1076. Hugh Ladell HOOD. Born in 1924. At the age of 81, Hugh Ladell died in Jackson, Madison County, Tennessee on 26 Jun 2005. Buried in Jun 2005 in Independence Cemetery, Henderson County, Tennessee. Resided in Lexington, Henderson County, Tennessee in Jul 2002.

Obituary: Hugh Ladell Hood, 81, of Lexington, died Sunday, June 26, at the Jackson-Madison County General Hospital. Services will be conducted at 2 p.m. today, Wednesday, June 29, in the Chapel of Pafford Funeral Home with Bro. Dennis Davis officiating. Burial with military honors will follow in the Independence Cemetery near Lexington. Mr. Hood, son of the late Hugh and Maude Pruett Hood was a retired parts manager for ARGO Collier Truck Lines in Martin. He was a World War II Army Veteran and 32nd Degree Mason. He was preceded in death by his wife, Dorothy Karnes Hood; a grandson, Johnathan Copley; and two brothers, Joe and Ray Hood. He is survived by his daughter, Janet Copley of Lexington; three brothers, Wayne LaDon Hood of Martin, Bryant Hood and Richard Hood, both of Milan; and a sister, Francis Cates of West Memphis, AR.

Hugh Ladell married Dorothy KARNES.

They had one child:
1270 i. Janet

1077. Joe H. HOOD. Born on 1 Jan 1925 in Carroll County, Tennessee. At the age of 77, Joe H. died in Milan, Gibson County, Tennessee on 2 Jul 2002. Buried on 5 Jul 2002 in Oakwood Cemetery, Milan, Gibson County, Tennessee.

Military: Joe H Hood was a World War II United States Marine Corps veteran where he served in the Japanese Theater and was awarded the Purple Heart.

Obituary: Funeral services for Joe H. Hood, 77, will be held at 10:00 AM Friday, July 5, 2002 at the First Baptist Church with Dr. Ernest Parvin and Rev. Wayne Rowan officiating. Burial will be in the Oakwood Cemetery. Mr. Hood died Tuesday morning at the NHC Healthcare in Milan. He was born January 1, 1925 in Carroll County, Tennessee to the late Hugh Lawton and Maude Ethel Pruett Hood. He was a World War II United States Marine Corps veteran where he served in the Japanese Theater and was awarded the Purple Heart. Mr. Hood retired from ITT Telecommunications and was a member of the Max Kolmes ITT Club. He was a member of the First Baptist Church and the Auditorium Sunday School Class. Mr. Hood was preceded in death by his wife, Myrle Davis Hood and a brother, Ray Hood. He is survived by a son, Mike Hood and wife Paula; two grandsons, who were his pride and joy, Andrew Ryan (Drew) Hood and William Lawton (Will) Hood all of Milan; four brothers, Richard Hood and Bryant Hood both of Milan, H. L. Hood of Lexington and Wayne Hood of Martin; one sister, Frances Cates of West Memphis, AR and two wonderful friends, Charles and Marie Fuchs of Milan. Honorary pallbearers will be members of the Tennessee Funeral Directors Association and the Tennessee Funeral Supply Sales Club. The family requests memorials be directed to the First Baptist Church Building Fund, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital or the Milan Endowment for Growth and Academics (MEGA). The family will receive friends after 4:30 PM today at the funeral home.

Bodkin Funeral Home

Retirement: Joe H. Hood retired from ITT Telecommunications.

Joe H. married Myrle DAVIS.

They had one child:
1271 i. Mike

1078. Wayne LaDon HOOD. Resided in Martin, Weakley County, Tennessee in Jul 2002. Resided in Martin, Weakley County, Tennessee in Jun 2005.

1272 i. John F.
ii. Melanie L..

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