OBITUARY

Pat Alan Hughes

17 July, 195729 March, 2021
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Pat Alan Hughes, age 63, of Belton, Texas passed away peacefully with his family by his side on Monday, March 29, 2021 in Temple. Pat was born July 17, 1957 in Florence to Jim and Billie Hughes.

A visitation for Pat will be held Friday, April 2, 2021 from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM at Crawford-Bowers Funeral Home, Temple, Texas. A celebration of life will be held on Saturday, April 3, 2021 at 11:00 AM at First Assembly of God, Moody, Texas. A burial will follow at Moody Cemetery, Moody, Texas.

Pat graduated from Moody Highschool in 1975. Following Highschool Pat joined the United States Airforce, serving as a Senior Airman E-4 at Upper Heyford, England from 1975 to 1978. He married Marlene Turnbo on December 16, 1979 in Belton. They were blessed with three children, Amber, Alicia and Justin. He was the Department Manager of Occupational Medicine at Baylor Scott and White Hospital for 11 years. Pat was also a Pastor for over 30 years and an umpire. He loved Bible study, the Texas Rangers, Dallas Cowboys football, fishing and most of all spending time with his family.

He is preceded in death by his father, Jim Hughes, step mother, Sandy Popejoy, brother, Mark Hughes and two grandchildren.

Pat is survived by his loving wife of 41 years, Marlene Hughes, daughter, Amber Schaefer and husband Travis, daughter, Alicia Elliott and husband Josh, son, Justin Hughes and wife Hanna and two grandchildren, Gracie Elliott and Levi Elliott.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.crawfordbowerstemple.com for the Hughes family.

Services

  • Visitation

    Friday, 2 April , 2021

  • Celebration of Life

    Saturday, 3 April , 2021

Memories

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Elizabeth Bowers

6 April 2021

We knew Pat from Scott & White, where my husband is a patient. A couple of years ago my husband had an emergency & was hospitalized here in Cedar Park where we live, he was not responsive at all. I contacted the office & was very upset, Pat was so calm & reassuring, he got Dr. Mackey on the phone, I was suppose to keep them updated & everytime I called Pat answered In his calm voice. I appreciated it so much. I took him my jellies & things I canned because he liked them so much. He was a wonderful man & will be missed by all who knew him

Bill and Patricia Mills

2 April 2021

Mr. Hughes was such a godly man. He is fondly remembered from his time at The Point Christian Fellowship. Nice and courteous. Even after not seeing him for a lengthy period of time, he still remembered us and stopped and talked to us. Praying for peace and comfort for the family. .

Jackie Fields

31 March 2021

I’ve known Pat & Marlene for many, many years. I’ve always known Pat to love his family & God. I will continue to pray for Marlene & the rest of the family during this difficult time. Peace be with all of you!

Jackie & Robert Fields

Manuel & Wanda Bustoz

31 March 2021

We only got to know Pat and Marlene for a season. In that season they made an impact on our lives and hearts. We have never forgotten the time we spent together studying the word in your home. Thank you for sharing your home and being such faithful servants of the Lord. Love to you and your family Marlene.

Michael Dean

31 March 2021

I had the pleasure of working with Pat for almost 2 years. He loved his staff and protected them just like he would protect his own family. He did this because he wanted everyone to feel like they were part of a family even at work. My first meeting with Pat after leaning that I would work with him and the Occupation Medicine area was very enlightening. He let me know quickly that he was in charge and would let me know, if he needed anything. I was fine with this because Pat knew the Occ Med/WRID business and quoted several state laws concerning the rules of the business. As time went on, we had other great conversation about building a great Occ Med Department. He wanted the best for his team. He made it a point to quote some bible scripture that paralleled with our discussions. This was his way of confirming that others heard the word and had opportunity to go where he knew he was going. So long my friend and plan to see you again in the future. I will continue to keep your family in my prayers.

Patricia Bennett

30 March 2021

I will fondly remember the years of work with Pat Hughes in the basement area of Scott and White. Pat worked hard to get a much improved space for his team. I will miss his humor! He and Marlene worked close together when PM&R and Occ Med were side by side. Always part of our work family. He will be missed and I will pray for comfort for Marlene and the family.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

A Crazy 4th of July Celebration!

FROM THE FAMILY

Celebrating Independence with Gracie

FROM THE FAMILY

Pat always cuts the Turkey

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

A Crazy 4th of July Celebration!

FROM THE FAMILY

Celebrating Independence with Gracie

FROM THE FAMILY

Pat always cuts the Turkey

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Having fun with Gracie

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Ready to Dedicate Justin, to the Lord

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Pat loves his Sisters-in-law

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Growing the Family

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Playing basketball with brothers and friends

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Cruisin' Together!

Biography

Pat Alan Hughes was known as many things to many people. He was a loved one, a friend, and someone special. To family and friends who knew him best, Pat will be remembered as a very exceptional person.

      Pat was born on July 17, 1957 at Florence Hospital in Florence, Texas. He was the son of Jim and Billie Hughes. Pat grew up in Central Texas.

      Pat was raised with four siblings. He had two older brothers, Jim and Jerry and two younger brothers, Mark and Billy Don. Pat was usually involved in all sorts of activities with his siblings. He and his siblings experienced rivalries typical of a growing family, but they shared many life experiences over the years.

      A typical teenager, Pat had a fairly happy high school experience, making that critical transition from adolescence to adulthood. He graduated from Moody Highschool in 1975. He enjoyed some classes more than others, having favorite subjects and teachers.

       Empathic and loyal, Pat was committed to making his new family happy.

      Pat worked hard to be a good father to his children and he did his best to fulfill their needs. Pat married Marlene Turnbo and together they were blessed with three children, two daughters, Amber and Alicia and one son, Justin. Another blessing for Pat was the gift of two grandchildren, Gracie and Levi.

      Fortunately, Pat enjoyed what he did for a living. Showing a strong work ethic, Pat worked diligently and did his best to succeed in his career. His primary occupation was the manager of Occupational Medicine at Baylor Scott and White. He was employed for 11 years. Pat always sought to be a team player, doing what was necessary in order to get the job done.

      Pat was in the Air Force. Bergstrom AFB at Upper Heyford AFB and England. Pat served in active duty for 3 years. Through his hard work, he achieved the rank of Senior Airman E-4. His fellow soldiers viewed him as a brother in arms and knew that he was as much a part of their family as their loved ones back home.

      Pat found pleasure in sports. In high school, Pat played foorball and basketball. Recreational sports included basketball and baseball umpire. Pat was also something of a sports fan and enjoyed following his favorite events whenever he had the chance to do so. Tops on his list were the Dallas Cowboys and the Texas Rangers.

      Pat passed away on March 29, 2021 at Baylor Scott and White Hospital. Services were held at Moody First Assembly of God Church. Pat was laid to rest at the Moody Cemetery.

      Simply stated, Pat was a good and kind person, an individual who will for all time be remembered by his family and friends as being a caring and giving person, someone who was a vital part of their lives. Pat leaves behind him a legacy of life-long friendships and many cherished memories. Everyone whose life he touched will always remember Pat Alan Hughes.