Jody Northcutt

September 18, 1971 - September 20, 2018
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Jody Northcutt, age 47 of Irving, Texas passed away on Thursday, September 20, 2018. He was born in Irving, Texas on September 18, 1971 to Norvell Dean and Mary Ann Northcutt. His father preceded him in death. Jody enjoyed life and was always willing to help anyone that needed him. He loved the outdoors and was a hunter and fisherman. Jody liked hanging out with his family especially working at the farm. He leaves behind his mother, Mary Ann Northcutt; sisters, Tammy Northcutt, Ronda Hensley; and numerous, nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. A Memorial Service to honor Jody’s life will be 1:00 p.m., on Saturday, October 6th at Chism-Smith Funeral Home.

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Date: October 6, 2018
Time: 1:00 pm

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Whitney N Hensley
Irving, TX
HELLLOOOOO!!! in Jodys voice!!! :) Where to begin... This all just seems so unreal right now!! Im going to miss your goat smelling a**!! Its not going to be the same without you here.. Calling over to Memaws and you answering HELLLOOOO, HELLLOOO!!! Just you being the jokester of the family and always making us laugh over the stupidest stuff!! I hate that you are gone but glad you are no longer suffering!! It seemed like such a long hard journey but yet so short!!! I will always love you and you will forever be in my heart!! Tell my Dad I said Hello and I love him. See you later!! Fly High my sweet angel!!
Martha Ray aka Nana
Calhoun, LA
It is still so hard to believe you are gone.  I will never forget all the times you left all of us absolutely rolling with laughter at the deer lease.  You were always able to make the worst day better with your humor and your huge heart.  I am so glad you are not suffering anymore.  You will always be in my heart JoJo.  Love You Forever
Aunt Patsy
Irving, TX
Where do I start, I know there are a lot of broken hearts grieving for you right now, but the comforting part of it is that you are no longer in pain. Jody you will be very missed for sure!! I love you more than you could have ever known always have and always will RIP baby!!
Pam Hall
Ponder, TX
Remember you at aunt Doris and uncle Delton . RIP
Kay Wilson
Cedar Hill, TX
I really don’t know where to start. You were like a son to me.
You were always willing to help with anything anybody needed. I will miss you at all of our family gatherings. You could always make me smile with your funny stories. You always had some kind of something to make people laugh.  You will be greatly missed by my entire family. Michael and Jeffrey considered you a brother. The trips to the lake will never be the same without you there. I love you so much ! You will be always in my heart! Tell Granny and Papa Hello for me. You will get to be with your daddy and so many family members..  Glad the suffering is over for you but on a selfish note I wish you were still with us. RIP Jo. ????
Cody Hensley
Irving, TX
Aye yo..  Jodoo its me ure SILLY CELLY... Dang it driver words cant even begin to describe if this is sum horrible dream am i gonna wake up here shortly nd u be here???.. well as relazation kicks in here and im sitting here heartbroken becuase this is most deffintly not just a dream, this is real life rn slappin me across the face.. but i miss you so much already man awww.. this just seems so unreal.. but you will always be in my heart and #1 uncle, father figure, bestfreind, and last but defentilly not least..... MY BY GOD JUS HOW BIG A BOY ARE U, SILLY CELLY.... Make sure u say hello to my dad and give em a big ol hug nd yall have a spot ready to go FISHIN we
Cortney Dewhurst
Ft Worth, TX
I will treasure the memories and laughter. I love you, cousin.
Cassie Gordon
Waldo, AR
Hey Jody, it's Cassie! I am so thankful that you were a part of my life. You were my first love. I'm glad we always kept in touch throughout the years. U are gonna be so missed by many. U will always have a place in my heart. Drink a beer with Aunt Kathy. Tell her I love her. I love you Jody!!!! You're my Guardian Angel.
Dana Hensley Eakles
Corinth, TX
I was so saddened when I learned of Jody's health. I prayed every day for him and the whole family. Was so thankful I had the chance to see him. I'm keeping the whole family in my prayers. God will give each of you strength as each day passes. Jody is now up there with Doug too, they can reunite and talk Dallas Cowboys and about fishing. Love you all.
Alan Relf
Irving, TX
It's hard to believe I've lost a hunting bud. You were more than just a buddy to me, you were like a brother.  I will miss the times we sat around the campfire and laughed so hard at your jokes. I hope you are sitting at the campfire of heaven doing your best Roy D Mercer voice keeping the angles laughing. I miss you bro, and I will always keep your memory in my heart. I will keep your family in my prayer always.
P.S. Jody, if they ask you to mow for the good Lord, make sure you engage the mower blades.
David Sherrill
Irving, TX
Tribute to Jody Northcutt
Now JoJo was one of a kind.
For material things he paid no mind.
With his crooked little smile and the glint in his eye.
He could make you laugh until you cried.
JoJo, my little red tractor I can not drive without thinking of you; it brings a tear o my eye.
Only God could have made such a precious soul.
Now God has called you to your final goal.
Thanks again for all the hard work that I never could have gotten done without you.
You will be missed.
Love you,
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