Kevin Lee Hodge, 57, of Aberdeen went household July 22, 2021, right after a extensive 6 ½ calendar year fight with most cancers.
Kevin was born in Salem, Oregon on June 30, 1964, to Ray Hodge and Wilma Jean (Hatch) Hodge. Kevin was the baby of the loved ones with two more mature brothers, Mark and Keith.
The household moved to Aberdeen in 1970. Kevin grew up and graduated from Weatherwax High School in 1982. In 1983, Kevin enlisted in the Marines with his childhood friend Jim Ball.
Kevin married Diane Moss on Could 24, 1997. They later divorced. Kevin and Diane ended up blessed with a little one lady, Emma Teagan Hodge on Nov. 10, 2001.
Kevin loved the outdoor. His beloved issue was fishing. He could be spotted fishing off the jetty at Westport or any lake or river he could throw a line in. Kevin also liked to clam dig, duck hunt and kayak the ocean — something that kept him outdoors.
Kevin was an entrepreneur. He was a major dreamer, and he could construct anything at all he considered up. He carved and painted duck decoys, he designed and constructed kayaks, and he was pretty excellent at growing his possess food.
His passion was in hemp. He made a products called Hemp Adobe. In 2013, he established his corporation by the similar title in which he employed his merchandise for building of houses. It was Kevin’s dream to develop sustainable housing for all people. Kevin wished to make a products that could much better the environment.
In 2009, he satisfied the enjoy of his lifetime, Patti Devine. They lived in Puyallup until finally his disease introduced him back dwelling to Aberdeen.
Patti shared Kevin’s enthusiasm for Hemp Adobe and labored together with him to convert his goals into reality. She and Kevin loved numerous hrs in the outdoor together as effectively.
Kevin’s creativeness and adore of the outdoor arrived from his moms and dads, Ray and Jean. They were normally creating, reupholstering, gardening and paying considerably time fishing. Kevin grew up likely on quite a few fishing trips with his mother and father and brothers.
Kevin will generally be remembered for his infectious smile and his mischievous nature.
Kevin is survived by his dad and mom Ray and Jean Hodge of Aberdeen his brother Keith Hodge of Titusville, Florida his appreciate Patti Devine of Anaconda, Montana his daughter Emma of Aberdeen, two nephews, numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, and expensive close friends he thought of family. He is preceded in dying by his oldest brother, Mark Hodge.
A provider will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 14, 2021, at Astounding Grace Lutheran Church in Aberdeen. A reception will follow.
Preparations entrusted to Harrison Family members Mortuary of Aberdeen and Montesano.