Harry H. Witzke's Family Funeral Home, Inc.

Lennox G. Hood

  December 18, 1961 - December 12, 2012

Services

   Memorial Service Saturday, January 26, 2013
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Owen Brown Interfaith Center
7246 Cradlerock Way
Columbia, MD 21045

Map and Directions

Obituary: On December 12, 2012, Lennox G. Hood of Columbia, born December 18, 1961 to the late Ronald G. Hood and Martha I. Hood (Baugher). He is survived by a cousin Susan (Hood) Personett, aunts, uncle, cousins and very dear friends. A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, January 26, 2013, 2pm to 4pm at the Owen Brown Interfaith Center, 7246 Cradlerock Way, Columbia, Md 21045. The Memorial Service will be interpreted in ASL.

Donation: In lieu of flowers donations in memory of Lennox Hood may be made to the Maryland School for the Deaf, Attn: Jennifer Lake, 101 Clarke Place, P.O. Box 250, Frederick, MD 21705, or to the KODA Camp, Camp Mark #7, P.O. Box 45, Boyds, MD 20841.

Guestbook Entries

   Pia Taavila  Lennox will be dearly missed. May his memory be a blessing for all of us who mourn his loss. Our hearts are heavy.
 
   Tonya George  You were, and will always be dear to my heart. You were my friend and my "Corportate Husband". We've shared many laughs thru the years, and you will be truly missed!!
 
   Jean Philippe Laplagne  We have lost a wonderful soul. He was such a joy to so many of us and when I think of Lennox, I shall always do so with a smile upon my face.
 
   Susan  We may not have had Brother's and Sister's but we ALWAYS had each other. We were cousins, true friends and more importantly you were like a Brother to me and you were the best Brother anyone could ever ask for. My loss is deep and on a different level in which I've never experienced before in my life. I still can't believe you're gone this feels like a never ending nightmare, actually I'm still shocked. What gives me some comfort is that I believe you are truly at peace now as I know in my heart you're reunited with your parent's; Aunt Martha and Uncle Ronald and of course your baby Bandit and my baby Beacon. I love you and will miss you the rest of my life. Rest in peace Lennox. "Big Hugs" Love, Susan & Mark
 
   Amy Bopp  Darn it, Lennox, you made me cry! The first time when you sent me a handwritten-from-the-heart thank you note, when I made a donation to The Hearing and Speech Agency, because CIRS is so close to your heart because of your parents, and the second time on 12/12/12. ILY! See you again in the eternal life, Amy
 
   Jeffrey  You'll be missed.
 
   Donna Schultz  We met as children and then again at 18. You were my pal. You, Susan, and I were the three stooges, literally. I can never forget the fun, laughs and inside jokes we shared (women's lib). We had many fun nights out to the Glass Menagerie and Mr. Pips. You will always be in my heart. See you one day in a better place. Love you.
 
   Susan Hood Personett  ***1/8/2013 IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Please be advised the service for Lennox Hood will be held on the the same date and time. However, due to circumstances out of our control the location has been changed to the Owen Brown Interfaith Center, 7246 Craddlerock Way, Columbia, MD 21048 (410) 381-2000 www.obicolumbia.org http://www.facebook.com/lennox.hood
 
   Karen Klein  Lennox, You were a fabulous friend and all of tue Kleins considered you family. We shared many many wonderful times, but tue one we all remember the most is watching you watch Pee Wees Big Advrnture! My work life at AMX was tons more fun when you arrived. You brought joy and laughte rot so many people and I dearly wishnyou were here to share more laughter with all your wonderful friends. Love, Karen, Eddie, Rachel and Ali
 
   Dr. Jane Connall  Lennox was one of the sweetest, kindest, and loving people I have ever known. He truly enriched my life and those of many others. My condolences to all the people who were close to Lennox. His memories will last forever and he will be always looking after us. I feel somewhat lessened without him. He is with the angels now! Love, Dr. Jane Connall and family
 
   Patricia L. Richey  If only Lennox and I were able to get together like we planned. It was a privilege when his dear parents, especially his mother...one of my best friends at MSD-Frederick, brought him to my house for a surprise visit...he was about 10-12 years old. My son, Mark D. Insley, had fun playing with him. He looked more like his father who always had rosy cheeks growing up at MSD. Godspeed. ~Pat Richey - MSD 1955 (His mother and I graduated together even though we were not in the same class.)
 
   Tom Bull  GONE TOO SOON - a song by Michael Jackson - is what comes to my mind now. Lennox was 51 and had so much more in life to accomplish. He was a giver and then some. He loved his deaf parents and the deaf community. He is missed and today we remember a Coda friend.