Helen Charlotte Hobgood

Born in Owensboro, KY on November 8, 1923

Departed on March 1, 2014 and resided in Nashville, TN

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Age 91, joined her husband Robert "Bob" Neal and sons Clay and Sonny in Heaven on Saturday, March 1, 2014. A Kentucky native and longtime Nashville resident, she is survived by her sons, Bobby, Sean, Tony and Kevin; daughter Tobi; and her loving grandchildren and great grandchildren. Her family will host a celebration of her life in early spring. In lieu of flowers, kindly offer donations in her name to the American Cancer Society. WEST HARPETH FUNERAL HOME, 6962 Charlotte Pike; online guestbook www.www.coleandgarrett.com 352-9400.

6 Comments to Mrs. Helen Charlotte Hobgood

  1. Susan Corbin
    March 12, 2014 10:28 am

    Tobi and family,

    So sorry to hear about your mother’s death. My prayers are with you during this difficult time.

  2. Nelson Parks
    March 13, 2014 9:53 am

    Tobi and Kevin, and Family,
    Your Mom and Dad were so good to me, I will never forget you all. I think about y’all often. Please let me know when you get together, or, when your Family get’s together, I would Love to see you. I know your Mom is in Heaven, I will Pray for you all. God Bless.

  3. Darrell and Becky Farmer
    March 15, 2014 5:14 pm

    We learned of Aunt Helen’s passing today and wanted to let her family know they are in our thoughts and prayers ♥ I am sure she is having a wonderful reunion with her husband, Sonny, Clay, her Mom and Dad, sisters and brothers 🙂

  4. Susan Strauss
    March 20, 2014 12:08 pm

    Dear Tobi, Sean, and Family,
    I just learned of Helen’s passing and wanted to send you my love and prayers. She was a great lady and a wonderful friend. I will miss her and think of her often. Please let me know if I can be of any help to the family.
    Love and blessings,

  5. Joe Van Vactor
    March 20, 2014 10:29 pm

    Kevin, Tobi and family,

    I am so sorry to of hearing of your moms death as she meant the world to me. She taught my oldest son Brian to walk and was a great lady that I admired and loved. My family and I enjoyed the time we spent with her two years ago and my wife fell in love with her along with her stories from the past. Please let me know when the celebration is and I would like to come up for it. I know the family reunion up there is going strong. God bless and Aunt Helen you were the best aunt!

  6. Justin Beagle
    April 20, 2014 7:14 pm

    Helen I did not know you very well. I didn’t talk to you as much as I should have and I haven’t seen you in over 20 years. I know these comments are to the family and to help them get through this but I feel this is my last opportunity to let you know how I felt about you as well as my family. You meant the world to my mother and she would never stop talking about you, she had endless love and respect for you and I do too; this is your great grandson Justin by the way. I have heard many stories about you I have heard your tough as nails but I also know that you were a caring heartfelt and a wonderful grandmother. I want you to know my mother has told me stories since I was a baby about you and my great grandfather. I found every one of them enjoyable and truly interesting. I want you to know it truly hurts me to know that your gone but I’m sure I’ll see you again some day. My mother Deidria Lynn Griffith will always love you, miss you, and cherish your memory. Your memories will live on through her and everyone else in our family. You will always be remembered the way that you were. Rest well, you’ve earned it: until we meet again. Love your great-grandson

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