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John J. Hughes

Bayonne, New Jersey

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JOHN J. HUGHES John J. Hughes, 71; passed away peacefully on Thursday, October 19, 2017 at Hackensack University Medical Center, surrounded by his loving family. John was born in Jersey City, and has been a lifelong Bayonne resident. He is a graduate of St. Peter's Prep, University of Notre Dame,...

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Will always remember the lessons learned at camp Lewis. Fun with soccer. And good times at the st Patrick's day parades.

Happy Birthday John. Hope the angels are throwing you a grand party.

Dear Margaret, John & Megan,
John will always be fondly remembered by the Doyle family. So many wonderful memories of Troop 25 and St. Vincent's - and John was such a big figure during those times. Wishing you peace, and in this new year a renewed strength and healing through the many wonderful memories of his life with you.

Cecile, Allison & John

My sincere condolences to your family

My deepest condolences to the family. John was always a gentleman. His professional presence in the courtroom was above excellence. I will always remember his soft spoken nature. A lawyer and a gentleman. I will always remember him as a kind man. Rest In Peace John. God be with you and your family. Mrs.Desiree Wheeler. Court clerk (retired) in Criminal Division.

Dear Margaret, John, & Megan
Although we haven't seen you in some time now, you've been in our thoughts frequently and are so so very sorry to hear of John's passing. Know that you are all in our prayers. Sending our hugs across the miles and hoping you can find comfort in warm and happy memories and remembering all the good that he shared and all the lives that he touched.

Margaret, John and Meghan,
We are so sorry for your loss. John was a good friend, a Scouting Mentor for us and our sons. The boys really looked up to him. His loss will be felt not only by his beloved family, but by Troop 25 and NJ Scouting, as well as the City of Bayonne. He has certainly left a legacy. We are sorry we could not come and express our condolences in person, but circumstances prevented it. I pray you find peace.
Love and condolences,
Mary Kay and Tom Tokar

Margaret, John and Megan,

My deepest condolences on John's passing. I had hoped to fly up there for today, but the weather did not cooperate. I know today must be a moment of profound sorrow for you all, but I am sure all you need to do is look around and you will see John's legacy playing out in the lives of 100s of people who he impacted over the years. His compassion, wisdom and character will never be forgotten. We are all so much better for having him in our lives and for that...

Margaret, Sorry I can't join you today for the liturgy ... such a loss ... I will pray the rosary for John, you and the family .... Peace, Bob
robert duffy (formerly father duffy)