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  1. Uncle Hugh was a good man and helped many in AA. He will be missed by so many, including from his large family. I haven’t seen him in years but loved his sweet love of basket ball and singing. The importance for AA and living the life of sobriety was a big factor in his life. His yard should have been in Better Homes & Gardens Magazine. He was a great uncle and father.

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  2. Hughie was quite instrumental in my sobriety…his brother, Brooks, was my sponsor and for many years, I attended the Friday night meeting at Five Cities, where Hughie chaired.
    Forever grateful…Louise C.

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  3. I love my Dad so much…..I am so glad I was there at the end…Thank you to all that came to the service……thought I’d have a hard time dealing with this, but for some reason I seem to have gotton stronger than ever before..I’ll always have Verne St… the basketball court with so many Family and Friends…Loved beating all the guys on the court.Ha Ha ,of course not my Dad or Brothers..but most of any other guys…
    He always went for the under dog..and taught us to do the same….His Charisma can’t be matched. Nor his love, Good Bye Dad.you’ll always be the voice in the back of my mind to get up and keep trying………

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  4. To the family and friends of Uncle Hugh….My condolences and prayers go out to all of you! He is now with his brothers and sisters including my dad Larry. What fond memories I have of the visits to Fremont when we were young. May peace be with you all during this time and many blessings to each and every one of you. Love from Uncle Hughs niece, Diana Carpenter Moross.

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  5. CandleHugh was the man that put the magic into my recovery. He was the light in every room. He is surely missed. I’ve been looking for his some phone numbered

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