Dorothy

July 2, 1937 ~ April 29, 2020

Born in: Magnolia, KY
Resided in: Glasgow, KY

Dorothy Mae Benningfield Hodges, 82, of Glasgow, passed away Wednesday, April 29, 2020 at Highland Ridge Assisted Living Facility in Glasgow. She was born in Magnolia, KY, July 2, 1937, to the late George Riley and Sara Margaret Bennett Benningfield. She was a homemaker and was a farmer most of her life. She worked hard on the farm and some people would even say “She can do everything on a farm that a man can do”. She was a prayer warrior and loved her church, East Main Methodist Church, where she was a member since 1958.

Survivors include her children, Pam Browning (Lowell), Reggie Hodges, and Timmy Hodges (Karen); grandchildren, Kasey Peters (Nathan), Josh Hodges (Neelie), Jessica Greer (Cody), Dakota Hodges
(Hannah), Brian Hodges (Shana), Brandon Hodges (Gavin), and Bradley Hodges (Olivia); nine great grandchildren; brother, John Benningfield; sister in law, Gertie Hodges; several nieces and nephews also survive.

In addition to her parents, she is preceded in death her husband, whom she married on December 21, 1957, Wilmer L. Hodges; grandchild, Dustin Browning; brother, Boyce Benningfield.

The family wishes to thank all the private caregivers over the past months, especially those most recent: Maydell Thomerson, Ollie Huff, Brenda Wyatt Whitlow, Margie Rush, Kristie Gutierrez, Barbara Chambers, and Geraldine Martin.

A graveside service will be Saturday, May 2nd at the Glasgow Municipal Cemetery. A.F. Crow & Son Funeral Home is both honored and privileged to be entrusted with the care of Dorothy Hodges. Please share your condolences with the family at www.crowfuneralhome.com.

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  1. Pam, I am so very sorry to hear about your mother. I will be praying for you and your family during this time of sorrow and all the days ahead. May you all find some comfort in knowing she is with your father and loved ones who have gone on before. God Bless.

  2. To the family, your have my prayers. Praying for comfort in your time of loss. She was a great lady. Always made me feel very good to be around her.

  3. Never met a sweeter Christian person than Dorothy Hodges! Had a smile all the time! Was everybody’s friend! Great mother to her children sure loved her church at EAST MAIN METHODISTS CHURCH! Never forget you Dorothy!!

  4. This lady had such a beautiful smile,Pam you have that same smile she will be missed love ya girl prayers your way

  5. But the trials of this life will seem nothing when we get to the end of the way…
    Blessed are those who are in Christ!

  6. Dorothy will be greatly missed. I’m blessed to have known her even just a little. My prayers go out to the family.

  7. Love and our deepest sympathies are extended to the entire family during this time of loss. Our prayers are with you all during this time…

  8. Pam, Reggie and Timmy. Rock and I saw where Dorothy has passed. We send our prayers of comfort and peace to all!! She and your Dad were the best neighbors, we have so many wonderful memories and they were so kind to Michael. I know she will be missed, but she has entered into our Fathers arms. May your memories give you smiles as they flood your heart!!

  9. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this time. Your Mom was a very sweet and wonderful person. We will miss her smiles. Stephen and Nancy Botts

  10. Terry and I are so sorry for your great loss. We will be holding all of you in our prayers. May God provide the comfort only he can give.

  11. Sorry for your loss. This community has lost one of the finest Ladies and one of best Christians I have ever known. First met her when she and Wilmer got married and she has been a friend ever since.. She made our world brighter and Heaven is now more blessed having her at home with Wilmer. Love you all..

  12. Pam and Timmy, God bless and keep you both, So very very sorry. Just know that she is happy beyond measure and doesn’t know about pain any more. Love you both.

  13. So sorry to hear of Dorothy’s passing. She was such a beautiful example of walking with Jesus. I can still hear her prayers at East Main. I am a better person for having the privilege of knowing her. Rest in the beautiful memories she has left for your entire family.

  14. Dorthy was a trooper. She was loving caring lady. Her family is a tribute for a wonderful gal. Her spirit will live on through her family and remembered by all who knew her.

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