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Robert Stephen Hodsden, age 77, formerly of Diboll, Texas, and currently of San Tan Valley, Arizona, passed away on April 5, 2020.

He was born September 25, 1942, in Hobart, Indiana to the late Stephen and Margaret Hodsden and brother to the late John Hodsden.  He graduated from Purdue University in 1964 with a degree in electrical engineering.  Over the years, he worked in a variety of foundries as an engineer and manager.  Most recently, he served as president of the Palo Verde Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution.  He was an active member of the Song of Life United Methodist Church.  He enjoyed painting, coffee in the backyard with his wife, and time with family.

He is survived by his wife of 54 years, Dolores (Mitchell) Hodsden, sons Stephen (Beverly) and James (Sara), and grandfather of Thomas, Clara, Gabrielle.

Memorial services will be held at a future date.  Memorials can be given to the Robert Hodsden Memorial Fund at Song of Life United Methodist Church, 20164 S Sossaman Rd, Queen Creek, AZ 85142.

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  1. Frederick L. Maybaum says:

    We were frequent visitors as children to the Hosdens in Indiana. Bob was a happy guy who was fun to be around. In adulthood, we went separate ways only to be rejoined when he and Dee moved to Arizona several years ago. He still had the same sense of humor I had recalled when we were children.

  2. Diane More says:

    Our prayers are with the Hodsden family. Patrick and Diane More, Vernon, TX and Tombstone, AZ

  3. Judith Price says:

    Bob was my neighbor.as well as classmate. My twin brother, Jim and I would play neighbor games with Bob often in our three acrrs. Bob’s mom and mine were co den mother’s together so I eould see Bob T cub scout meetings. His dad helped to build the club house we had. I know he loved Delores long before the wedding as they dated in high school.

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Robert Stephen Hodsden, age 77, formerly of Diboll, Texas, and currently of San Tan Valley, Arizona, passed away on April 5, 2020.

He was born September 25, 1942, in Hobart, Indiana to the late Stephen and Margaret Hodsden and brother to the late John Hodsden.  He graduated from Purdue University in 1964 with a degree in electrical engineering.  Over the years, he worked in a variety of foundries as an engineer and manager.  Most recently, he served as president of the Palo Verde Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution.  He was an active member of the Song of Life United Methodist Church.  He enjoyed painting, coffee in the backyard with his wife, and time with family.

He is survived by his wife of 54 years, Dolores (Mitchell) Hodsden, sons Stephen (Beverly) and James (Sara), and grandfather of Thomas, Clara, Gabrielle.

Memorial services will be held at a future date.  Memorials can be given to the Robert Hodsden Memorial Fund at Song of Life United Methodist Church, 20164 S Sossaman Rd, Queen Creek, AZ 85142.

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3 responses to “Robert Hodsden”

  1. Frederick L. Maybaum says:

    We were frequent visitors as children to the Hosdens in Indiana. Bob was a happy guy who was fun to be around. In adulthood, we went separate ways only to be rejoined when he and Dee moved to Arizona several years ago. He still had the same sense of humor I had recalled when we were children.

  2. Diane More says:

    Our prayers are with the Hodsden family. Patrick and Diane More, Vernon, TX and Tombstone, AZ

  3. Judith Price says:

    Bob was my neighbor.as well as classmate. My twin brother, Jim and I would play neighbor games with Bob often in our three acrrs. Bob’s mom and mine were co den mother’s together so I eould see Bob T cub scout meetings. His dad helped to build the club house we had. I know he loved Delores long before the wedding as they dated in high school.

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