John Hughes

Stone Mountain, Georgia

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Dear Cindy And Savannah:
I was so lucky to have met you all.I will always remember J.P. with warmest thoughts. If there is anything I can do at all please let me know. Grayce and I will be comming to Atlanta in May. I hope we can see you both. Love and prayers, Linda & Grayce. 315-682-5932 call anytime.

Here is too a good man taken to early. JP was a renegade teamate and a friend for life. "The Heat" gave me some fond memories and great Friendships. I will lift one for and for "JR Heat" as well.

Cindy, Savannah, Helen and Mark, I am so terribly sorry for your loss. Admittedly, I'v not seen nor talked with John Paul in several years, yet, my memories of him are many and wonderful. John Paul was a close friend of my older brother Bob and as such I came to know a fun loving guy with an incredible zest for life. Over the years, I have fondly recalled his friendship and love of life. As I think of John Paul this moment it is with such heartfelt pain yet I smile through my tears as his...

It was trully a pleasure to have known you, you where a true friend. Cindy if I can be of help please call me I would like to get to know you and Savanah.

Cindy,Savanna I've never met you but
I loved John Paul.I've known him 45 years that I can remember-we grew up
together, lived relatively close and we grew from boys to men almost as one. I truely believe God made him left handed so others could tell us apart. Cindy, we laughed and
cried together, I was one he spoke to the day Robert his Dad died; we have been around the proverbal block
together. So when you read these meager words know they are from the

You will be sorely missed, Heat. I'll never forgot Saranac and the prison jump suits, not an easy thing for a detective..

My dear friend JP you will be missed, thank you for everything you did for us you where trully a unforgetable person you married a beautiful lady and had a wonderful daughter I will always love you.

J.P.: It was a pleasure and an honor to be your friend and personal "Counselor." I will miss you deeply. Cindy, you know we are all here for you.


John's Obituary

Family-Placed Death Notice JOHN-PAUL HUGHES Age 50 of Conyers, GA., passed away September 12, 2004. He was born and raised in Russellville, KY, graduated from Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, KY. Served in the U.S. Air Force and the Kentucky National Guard. He then began his...

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