Harold L. Hughes Jr.

Born: Sat., Nov. 20, 1937
Died: Thu., Oct. 29, 2020

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Harold Leonard Hughes Jr. at the young age of 82 passed on Thursday, October 29, 2020 in his home with family around him in Pilot Rock, Oregon. Harold born November 20th 1937 in Renton, Washington to the late Harold Hughes Sr. and Olive Katura Ames. Harold Jr. was the youngest of four children two preceding him in death leaving his eldest Dee Mong. Harold Jr. enlisted in the U.S Marine Corps. July 12th 1956, honorably discharged on July 11th 1962, his last none rank as corporal grade E4 0331Machine Gunner with Honorable Character of Service in the COF 2nd Battalion 7th Marine 1st Marine Division ( Rein) FMF Camp Pendleton under Captain E.R. Savory. Harold Jr’s fondest moments are working with a great crew at Fleetwood Travel Trailer Company for 20 plus years in Pendleton, Oregon. Harold Jr. loved working with wood, creating antique cars, photography, astronomy, conspiracy theories, Big Foot and Aliens most of all de was a family man. Always smiling and cracking jokes. He was a devoted husband, father, brother, Uncle and a friend to many. Harold married in 1960 to the late Laurinda May Barrow and survived by his daughter Elizabeth Ann Hughes. Harold Jr. later went on to re-marry and survived by his beautiful wife Phyllis Yvonne Murphy and daughter Rayella Ames Walker. Harold Jr. leaves to cherish his loving memories. Yvonne his wife, his two daughters and their families, his one sister and her family, grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. Harold Leonard Hughes Jr. You will be truly missed!

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Mike Boyd
   Posted Thu November 05, 2020
Sorry to hear of Harold’s passing. I worked with him at Fleetwood in the mid 70’s for 3 years. Harold was always a very positive influence and a pleasure to work with.

Elizabeth A Hughes
   Posted Fri November 06, 2020
You are my heart, my soul and every breath that I take Daddy! I love you!! Rest my Hero we will meet again.

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