James Howard Hughes

James Howard Hughes, age 55, of Bogart passed Monday, February 15, 2021.  James loved watching NASCAR, wrestling and old movies.  He enjoyed cooking and fishing.  James enjoyed the mountains, working and life itself.  Survivors include his wife of 25 years  Cindy Martin; daughter Amanda Barnes Phillips and husband Chris; brother William Hughes and wife Mary of Lawrenceville; uncle Ivan Hughes; nephews John Hughes and wife Sarah, Clifton Hughes and wife Christina, Tyler Hughes and Johnathon King; niece Leah Hughes; grandchild Hayden Brown and his dogs CoCo, Stinkey, Mr. Cain and ChiChi.  Memorial services will be held 5:00 pm Sunday, February 21, 2021 at Lawson Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. DeWayne Payne officiating.  The family will receive friends one hour prior to the service.  In lieu of flowers the family requests a love offering be made to the family.  Arrangements by Lawson Funeral Home, 4532 Hwy 53, Hoschton, GA, 30548, www.lawsonfuneralhome.org, 706-654-0966.

4 thoughts on “James Howard Hughes”

  1. This is always, sad news to hear of someone passing and my heart and prayers, are with you William and the family. I know he was loved by his family and daughter along with others. I didn’t get to know James but heard about him through William. Just want to send my prayers, and to let William and his family know my thoughts are with you all during the time to say good-bye.
    May God Bless You All.

  2. James was a good person. He was always funny. I know he loved his family. He respected an loved ickey a lot. He always called john ridge? That’s how I will always remember James. Rest in peace James. Gone too soon

  3. James’ untimely passing is difficult for all who knew him and loved him. My condolences to his immediate family and to William and his family. I have not seen James since the late 1980s… but I knew him when he was just a baby in diapers and while we were growing up in Lawrenceville. James (or Bubba #2 as I sometimes called him) was full of life, always had a smile, and seemed to love life. Laughter, smiles and dancing eyes seemed to always arrive when James was around. Again, my sincee condolences to James’ wife and family, and to William for the loss of his brother. You are in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Take it easy Bubba #2!

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