Gary Hodges Fields death – obituary : what killed Gary Hodges Fields 66, of Douglasville ?

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Gary Hodges Fields death – obituary, cause of death : Gary Hodges Fields 66, of Douglasville, is dead. he passed away on Thursday, September 16th 2021.

Gary was born July 8th 1955 in Moultrie, Georgia. He attended and graduated from Douglas County High School. He then began working for the Douglas County Sheriff’s Department in 1981, retiring as a Lieutenant of the Douglas County Sheriff’s Department in December of 2016.

Gary was a proud member of New Genesis Baptist Church. He enjoyed spending time with his family and going on cruises with his wife, Diane. he loved hunting and fishing in his spare time.

Hodges had a uniqueness and he was his selflessness. he always tried to be available whenever you needed him, you could count on him to help. He was a Godly man and kindness shone through him.

He was a friend to many people he came in contact with, a wonderful son we loved dearly, a big brother who cherished his little brother and sister, an uncle who adored his niece and nephews, a hard worker, caring, giving, kin-hearted, helpful, loved people, a hugger, and any others I could use to describe our son. Those who truly knew him, loved him, and will miss his presence, his laughter, and sense of humor. Forever in our hearts.

He is survived by his wife, Diane Fields, son, Lonnie Ray Fields and wife, Heather Davis Fields, grandchildren, Blake Alexander Fields and his wife, Deanna Fields, Mackenzie Rae Fields and Gavin Stewart.

Cause of death:

The circumstances surrounding the actual cause of death had not been made public as at the time of writing this report.

Funeral Arrangements:

The family will receive friends at the funeral home on Tuesday, September 21, 2021 from 5:00 PM until 8:00 PM and Wednesday, September 22, 2021 from 12:00 Noon until 2:00 PM.

The funeral service will follow at 2:00 PM in the Rosehaven Chapel with Pastor Steve Wagers officiating. Serving as pallbearers will be Dean Mallory, Tim Pounds, John Poulk, Glenn Higdon, Ronnie George, Ronnie Bixler, Mike Shadix and Tommy Crane. Gary will be laid to rest at Sunrise Memorial Gardens.