Chola Chloe Cordelia Hodge was born on March 22, 1940, and she passed away on August 22, 2021.
She was preceded in death by her father, Alvie A. Hodge; her mother, Inez O. Hodge; her daughter, Susan Jacobs; sister, Cassandra Brathwaite, brothers, O. Antonio Hodge, and Lubiel Hodge; nephews, Kevin Brathwaite and Rodney Brathwaite; niece, Anita Smith, brothers in-law, Tyrone Brathwaite and Rudolph Brathwaite.
She is survived by her sons Louis Simeon, and Lawrence “Larry” Larsen, Sr.; her daughter, Laverne Joseph; brother, Dennis Hodge (New York) and sisters America Smith (New York), Thyra Muhammad (New York), Delita Brathwaite (Florida), Delores Hodge (St. Thomas) and Valerie Hodge (New York); Daughters-in-law, Florencia Simeon and Beryl Larsen; Brother-in-law, James M. Watley, Sr.; Grandchildren, Laymonique Wiles, Larissma Jacobs, Lashawn Saddler, Latrell Jacobs, Kareema Simeon, Bahja Kareem Simeon (Helen Simeon), Kiyaymba “Kai” Simeon and Kasaan Simeon; Great-grandchildren, Lashea Jacobs, Kiyrah Simeon, Kadreya Simeon, and Cameron Whitfield; Great-great-grandchildren, Kaylani Simeon and Parnell, Khylani Simeon; Nieces and nephews, Evelina Hodge, Deborah Hodge, Barbara Hodge, O Antonio Hodge, Jr., Gerald Hodge, William “Slim” Smith, Ronald “Worm” Brathwaite, Jennifer Brathwaite-Bryant, Joe L. “Myekka” Smith, Patricia Smith, Antonio “Tony” Smith, Linda Smith-Simon, Ida Smith, Sheree D. Gladden, Troy D. Gladden, Phillip Torrence, Malik Muhammad, Sabree Muhammad-Webb, Michelle “Shelly” Hodge, Troy Hodge, Fatimah Brathwaite, Monifah Brathwaite-Cross, Fehmee Brathwaite, Tafari Brathwite, Dionne Watley-Adger, James “Watto” Watley, Jr., La’Starr “Starry” Watley, Sunika Williams, Makijah Hodge, Xavier “J’Beth” Harrigan, Nat’Tisha Anderson-Hopkins, De’Lisa “Dimples” Harrigan, and Zaria Johnson; Other Families, Matthias, Meyers, Miller, Dalmida, and many other relatives and friends.
The first viewing will be Thursday, September 16, 2021, at Turnbull’s Funeral Home and Crematory Services from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. The second viewing will be held on Friday, September 17, 2021, at Memorial Moravian Church at 9:00 a.m. followed by the service at 10:00 a.m. Interment will be at Memorial Moravian Eastern Cemetery.
Due to COVID-19 Restrictions, seating in the church is limited to family and close friends. The viewing and service can be seen on Memorial Moravian FaceBook page and on YouTube.