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Edwin Carlton "Ace" Hughes

Born: Tue., Apr. 19, 1932
Died: Fri., May 26, 2017


Visitation

1:00 PM to 2:00 PM, Sun., May 28, 2017
Location: Mission Covenant Church


Funeral Service

2:00 PM Sun., May 28, 2017
Location: Mission Covenant Church


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Edwin Carlton "Ace" Hughes, Jr., 85, of Sugar Grove, PA, went to heaven early Friday morning, May 26, 2017.   Born April 19, 1932 in Kenmore, NY, he was the son of Edwin Carlton Hughes, Sr. and Alice O. Rundle Hughes. He attended the Stony Brook School in Long Island and served his country  in the Navy during the Korean War.  He was retired from his occupation at various manufacturing companies where he was employed as a Plant Engineer and Draftsman/Designer.   Ace  had a  passion for sailing in his wooden narrasketuck sloop and enjoyed attending services at the Sugar Grove  Mission Covenant Church.

 
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Gail Smith Hughes who died June 5, 2003 and a brother, David B. Hughes.


Surviving are a daughter, Karen (Dr. Paul) Landin of Sugar Grove, PA ; a son, Thomas W. (Sandra) Hughes of Washington, MI; a brother, Roger W. Hughes, of Florida; 6 grandchildren, 8 great-grandchildren and several cousins, nieces, and nephews.

 
A funeral service will be held at Mission Covenant Church, 7205 Matthews Run Road,  Sugar Grove, PA  on Sunday, May 28, 2017 at 2 p.m. with Pastor Brian Haight, officiating and Rev. Daniel P. Landin, co-officiating.  Friends will be received for a time of visitation and viewing for one hour prior to the service.   Burial will follow in the Mission Covenant Cemetery.


The family suggests those wishing to place a memorial, may do so to the Stony Brook School, 1 Chapman Pkwy, Stoney Brook, NY  11790 or by visiting their website at www.stonybrookschool.org   Econdolences may be sent to www.mckinneyfuneral.com

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Pete
   Posted Sun May 28, 2017
Praying that you find comfort in fond memories of your dad during this time of loss. It's great to know that Uncle Carlton is in heaven and has a perfect body. No more pain or suffering.

Pat Darnell
   Posted Sun May 28, 2017
My prayers and sympathies go out to Karen, Tom and their families. I know they are going to miss the physical presence of their Dad. I'm so happy for Carlton! He's been wanting to go home, see Jesus and be with his beloved Gail for so long. I can see his beaming face now. Rest In Peace dear Cousin.

Love,

Patty

Bruce M Haight
   Posted Sun May 28, 2017
I was glad that I had the opportunity to visit my friend Ace a few hours before he died. We met only once or twice yearly over the past 13 years, since we are in Michigan and he in PA, but we both really enjoyed those meetings. i would say that I miss him, but I knew from our first meeting that his heart's desire was to go to be with Jesus. He shared many stories, some I'm sure that he shared with many and a few perhaps that he didn't share widely. I admired him for his honesty in those moments. Ace truly believed and counted on God's grace. He has helped me to do so also. Goodbye my friend.

Maureen lemaire
   Posted Mon May 29, 2017
I am so very sorry for your loss. Ed and I shared some special times together, both on Long Island and after he moved to Sugar Grove. Marty and Andy and I would fly out to visit Ed. May he rest in peace, I'll see you again my dear friend! !

Stacey J. Sharpelletti
   Posted Tue May 30, 2017
I have many fond memories of time spent with Aunt Gail, Uncle Carlton, Karen and Tommy in Wantagh on holidays and during the summer. Rest in peace, Uncle Carlton. I'm sure he and Aunt Gail are now together looking down and smiling lovingly upon the beautiful family they started together.

Big hugs to my cousins Karen and Tommy. I'm thinking of you both and all your loved ones who Uncle Carlton has left behind "for now."

Love, Stacey

Charlie Kettles
   Posted Thu June 01, 2017
Dear Karen,
Sorry, I was out-of-town when you called.
Your dad and I worked together back the early 1960’s
on Long Island and I’m so sad to hear he has left us,
you have my deepest condolences for your loss.
I hope he didn’t suffer and I’m sure he will be
deeply missed by us all.
Sincerely,
Charlie Kettles
Waitsfield, VT

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