Harry Thomas Hobgood Jr.

 

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Harry Thomas Hobgood Jr

Harry Thomas Hobgood Jr. of Woodinville, WA passed away peacefully at home on March 7th, 2020 at the age of 77. Harry was the oldest son of Harry and Willie Faye Hobgood Sr., born on January 6, 1943 in Fairmount, GA.

He attended Fairmount High School and worked at Shaw industries in Dalton, GA as a warehouse and finishing manager before semi-retiring in 1991. He spent the majority of his younger years Georgia before moving to Woodinville, WA in 2000, where he lived out the rest of his life.

Harry enjoyed encouraging his kids and coaching their sports teams, cooking for his family, spoiling his girls, and taking his dog Amber down to the lake. He was a skilled craftsman who always had a smile on his face.

Harry is survived by his wife, Johnna Hobgood of Woodinville, WA; mother of his first four children, Estelle Towe of Calhoun, GA; his brother, Jerry Hobgood; his children Robin (Bryan) Bohannon of Calhoun, GA, Kerry (Pennie) Hobgood of Calhoun, GA, Angie (Donny) Maness of Sugar Valley, GA, and Trace (Lauren) Hobgood of Bothell, WA; 9 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. He is preceded in death by his parents; and his son, Vic Hobgood.

There will be two celebrations of life. Details below.

In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to Seattle Cancer Care Alliance.

Woodinville, WA
May 2, 2020, 4-7pm
Novelty Hill-Janiuk Winery
14710 Redmond Woodinville Rd

Calhoun, Georgia
Details to be Announced

12 Responses to “Harry Thomas Hobgood Jr.”

  • Vivian Scott says:

    Deepest sympathies ❤️

  • Gail Duke says:

    Johnna and family, I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts are with you.

  • John Chastain says:

    My sympathies to Harry’s family. Harry and I were best friends from grammar school on he will be missed. He was just a good MAN. Blessings to all. John Chastain

  • Jerrie Gotz says:

    He was such a kind soul. My prayers and hugs are with you all.

  • John Greco says:

    Johnna and family,

    My sympathy and prayers. May his memory be eternal. Let me know, if you need any help.

  • Peggy White says:

    I haven’t seen Harry in many years but we we were good friends growing up, my grandma baby sat him and Jerry.
    I wish I had known where he had been living, I would have stayed in touch with him.
    So sorry for your loss, may God bring you comfort and peace

  • Heather LeComte says:

    My Deepest condolences. Prayers going up. Angie, I am so sorry for your loss,I know your dad was everything to you. I am so glad you got to spend time with him before he passed.

  • Arch & Ellen Holder says:

    Harry was one of first to welcome us to Washington. Harry seldom passed our house without stopping to say hi and visit a little if one of us were in the yard. He possessed a continual smile, friendly handshake & positive view of life. Harry brought happiness everywhere he went. Harry will always be in our hearts, continue to bring smiles when thought of or we see Amber and Johnna go by. Harry take a claim in heaven out for me. See you buddy.

  • Stan & Jan Pszczolkowski says:

    Johanna, Trace and family,

    We are so sorry for your loss! We were not aware that Harry was battling cancer. Our thoughts are with you. Peace…

  • Kati Gonzales says:

    Johnna, I am so very sorry to hear of Harry’s passing. My deepest condolences…Covering you all in prayer.

  • Patty Cain says:

    Harry was an amazing person. Always so kind and gentle. I enjoyed our talks and playing with Amber.

    Johnna, I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

  • CHUCK AND SHEILA JACK CRABILL says:

    HARRY WILL BE MISSED. HE WAS A GREAT NEIGHBOR.

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