Donnie “George” Hughes
Donnie “George” Hughes, 64, passed away Saturday, September 4, 2021 at his home in Midway, GA. He was born January 9, 1957 in Savannah, GA and was retired from Hobart. Donnie was a member of Shepard’s Chapel. After retirement he also worked for Cracker Barrel, where he shared his love for cooking. Donnie had a big heart for animals and would take in any stray they he came upon. He also enjoyed many family trips to Biloxi, spending time in the casinos.
Donnie was preceded in death by his brother Rodney E. Hughes.
Surviving are his daughter, Daphne Linton, his mother and step-father, Barbara and Terry Barry, his father, Bobby Hughes, his grandchildren, Gracie, Haleigh, Kalley, Ellie, Bobby Linton III, Blake Allison and Bri Linton. Also surviving are his sister, Teri French, brother, Fred M. Hughes, and his niece Melanie Morrison and her husband Brian, and her children Seth, Richie, and Lyla.
A Graveside Service will be held Saturday, September 11, 2021 at 1:00 p.m. in Bonaventure Cemetery.
Bobby, we are so sorry to hear about the loss of your son. May God comfort you during this difficult time.
- Allan & Lydia Anderson, Jesup, GA
I share my condolences and sorrow with D.P.s (what I called him) loved ones! D.P. was a good friend for over 32 years. He was the most loyal friend ever! It was always uplifting to talk with D.P.! I will miss D.P. greatly, but I know with great surety, he now resides where GOD and Christ/Yeshua/Jesus resides. My spirit is at peace knowing that -- and that he now has his spirit body -- one that never gets sick or ages. Until I see you again on that glorious day, my brother.....
- John D Anderson-Cooley, Lookout Mountain, GA
Teri, I am so sorry for your loss. I am praying for peace and comfort for you and your family.
- Cathy Montgomery, Pooler, GA
We are heartbroken for Donnie’s family and loved ones. Grandma and Crabgrandaddy (Barbara and Terry) always spoke lovingly and affectionately of Donnie. We pray for a hand of comfort and peace.
- Brett & Sarah Bolton, Schaumburg, Illinois
Wow! what wonderful childhood memories Donnie made for me and other kids in the neighborhood back in the day. he made this swing in his dad and moms back yard he named the twister, he would let us kids get on it then spin us around in every direction possible which made us all laugh till we cried, he was so much fun. Donnie was always kind to me and warm hearted. when they moved away from Bloomingdale GA. to Riceboro we were very sad, but his mom&dad would always let me and my sister come for a two week visit in the summer time, he would let me ride on his motorcycle every time i ask which was a lot Donnie had a good Spirit. was Gentle and understanding. i wish i would have been closer to him in the adult years. Donnie made special memories for me, just a few mentioned here, and are priceless. thank you ole friend.
- Gary Wayne Archer, Meldrim, GA.