In loving memory of

George C. Hodge, III
June 28, 1946 - December 3, 2021

George C. Hodge, III, passed peacefully surrounded by his family on December 3, 2021, of Bellmawr; formerly of South Philadelphia. Age 75. Beloved husband of Eileen for 53 years. Devoted father of George IV (Michele) and Maurine (Pete) Remaly. Loving pop pop of Reilly, Morgan, Ryan, Reese, Rhea and Gavin. Dear brother of the late Frances "Cookie" Tranchitella and Richard Hodge. Also survived by many nieces and nephews.

George worked at the Navy Yard for over 30 years and most recently worked for Greentech Energy Services for over 20 years. George proudly served in the United States Marine Corps, he was a member of Bellmawr VFW Post 9563, The Elks club, The American Legion 72 of Brooklawn, and a lifetime member Bellmawr Fire Station 32, where he is a former President. George loved sports especially softball and was a player and coach of the Deluxe Bakery Men's Softball Team for over 30 years. George enjoyed sports trivia, gambling and going to the casinos but most importantly he loved to be with his family.

There will be a visitation Saturday morning December 11, from 8:30am to 9:45am at St. Joachim Parish, Annunciation Church, Bellmawr. Memorial Mass 10am at the Church. Interment private. In lieu of flowers donations may be made in George's memory to Abramson Cancer Center, Attn: Penn Medicine Development, 3535 Market Street, Suite 750, Philadelphia, PA 19104-3309.


Denise wrote on Dec 8, 2021:

"Eileen I am so sorry, so many great memories. Prayers for you and your entire family . ??"

Charles Maxwell wrote on Dec 6, 2021:

"Sad the South Jersey softball community lost another great one!! A truly nice man and I always enjoyed my encounters with George Sr.....prayers to the entire Hodge family. RIP SR "

Steve Renee Cook wrote on Dec 6, 2021:

"We are sorry to hear of George's passing, our thoughts and prayers are with you. We often think of all the fun we had with our Deluxe softball family and George was a big part of it. God Bless"

Eileen & Joe Barone wrote on Dec 5, 2021:

"My condolences to Eileen and family. May he RIP. "