Patricia
Beloved Wife, Mother, Grandmother & Aunt. Pat is survived by her husband of 50 years, Bud Hughes, her two sisters, Marlyn Eeles of Norwalk CA & Cathy Bradley of TN and her children Michael Hughes of El Paso TX, Lori Harper(Jim) of Newberg OR and David Hughes(Lisa) of Lakewood CA. She is survived by her six grandchildern. Michelle Hughes, Jonathan, Caroline, & Daniel Harper, Alexander & Joshua Hughes. Pat loved spending time with her friends and family. Pat enjoyed planning trips and traveling. She was a constant encourager and supporter. She loved building memories, whether that was traveling across the country with Bud and their friends or talking late into the night with her daughter. Her grandchildren were 'Her Angels' and they brought much joy to her heart. Pat would take time to listen, offer words of advice and always keep you in her prayers. She will be deeply missed by all those who knew her.

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  1. Pat has been a good friend for many years. Our fellowship at Lawndale Christian Church and afterward was great. She was always positive and had a smile for everyone. She was a confidant and encouraging sister in Christ. We will miss her but see her again.

  2. Pat has been a good friend for many years. Our fellowship at Lawndale Christian Church and afterward was great. She was always positive and had a smile for everyone. She was a confidant and encouraging sister in Christ. We will miss her but see her again.

  3. I will miss my talks with Pst and all of our shared laughter. She was truly my sister. she will be missed by all.

  4. When my grandmother (Loretta Hughes-Williams) passed when I was 3 years old, Aunt Pat graciously became my surrogate grandmother. I remember when my uncle Brian (Williams) married his wife Maria & there was an issue with cutting and serving the cake – Aunt Pat took charge of the situation. An action seeming small made an impact; and from that day I vowed that Pat would be at my own wedding. Quite a few years passed and then Pat got her first health setback. I finally took that as a cue to get serious about who I was dating, and at my wedding (06/11/05), Aunt Pat & Uncle Bud were there in the 2nd row looking so proud and happy for me. It really meant the world to have her there for my special day…especially when my gown got caught on my sequined shoes & Aunt Pat rescued me from falling on my face. 🙂 I will always love you Aunt Pat.

  5. We will miss Pat so much! She was our special, special best friend!! We so enjoyed being with her and Bud. She was always making plans to travel here and there and now she has taken the best trip anyone could possibly take. God has gained one great gal! Roger and Connie Hamilton

  6. I would like to start off by saying how sorry I am to Bud, Mike,David,Lori and the rest of the family for your loss. Pat was a wonderful woman, and friend. She was like a mother to me. I could always count on her for advise when I needed it. Especially when I was young and needed all the help I could get. I have known Pat and the family since I was teenager dating her daughter Lori, (Little Red) High School sweethearts. I still remember dropping Lori off at night, on time of course, or else (Big Red) would be at the door flipping the porch light off and on. Pat was always happy, cheerful and positive about life, and loved her family, friends and God. I well miss her very much. I feel I have lost a mother that I care about and love. I will miss our conversations. Love always Roger. Pat was a very sweet person, my prayers and thoughts are with you all. Love Mary.

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