Wanda Louise Hodson
The funeral service for Wanda Louise (Noe) Hodson, a native of Muskogee and longtime Wagoner resident, will be at 10:00 am Tuesday, September 24 at the First United Methodist Church in Wagoner. Mrs. Hodson was an active member in her church and participated in many activities which expressed her strong faith in God.
Friends and family will gather for a Visitation on Monday evening from 5:00 to 7:00 pm. Viewing hours are 2:00 to 5:00 pm Sunday and 9:00 am to 7:00 pm Monday at Mallett Funeral Home and Crematory in Wagoner. Wanda departed this life Wednesday, September 18 at her Wagoner home, surrounded by her loving family who will miss her dearly. Survivors include two daughters, Rachel Benadum and husband, Kenny and Amy Hodson, all of Wagoner; one son, Ted Holson and Mikayla Powers of West Virginia; four grandchildren, Carollyne Nicole Hummingbird and husband, Travis, Ashley Krystyne Phillips, all of Wagoner, George Robert "Bobby" Phillips and Elaine Hughes of Tahlequah and Brandon Hodson of Wagoner; one brother, John Muma and wife, Jackie of Florida; two sisters, Jimmie McCluer and Linda Brewer, both of Wagoner; three great-grandchildren and one soon to arrive, Olivia Moss, Audry Jane Hummingbird, Daniel Mastin Hummingbird and Lincoln Koa Phillips. She was preceded in death by her parents, Alvin Dean Noe and Glenadine C. (Collier) Noe Austin; her husband, Robert Leon Hodson; a brother, Pierce Noe; sister, Judy Kingle; brother-in-law, Mike McCluer and aunt, Mary Kellogg. The family suggests memorial donations to the Prayer Shawl Ministry or Children's Christmas Program of First United Methodist Church, Wagoner, or the Play it Forward Program to help students with musical instrument, c/o Kate Dietzel.
Published on September 21, 2019

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