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Irving Maurice Hughey, 87, of Greensboro, AL died Friday, April 28, 2023 at his home surrounded by his family. He was born January 27, 1936, in Perry County, son of the late Herbert Lowell and Luvern Osburn Hughey.
He is survived by his wife of 62 years, Betty Washburn Hughey, 2 sons, Greg (Jenny)Hughey, Akron, AL, Darrell (Kasey) Hughey, Greensboro, AL and 1 daughter, Daphne (John) Livingston, Moundville, AL. Grandchildren, Travis (Lindsey) Hughey, Tuscaloosa, AL, Katie (Brandon) Davidson, Coaling, AL, Alyssa (Cody) Howell, Moundville, AL, Garrett (Jael) Livingston, Moundville, AL, Logan Livingston, Moundville, AL, and Emma Lane Hughey, Greensboro, AL.
6 great-grandchildren, Alaina Hughey, Hudson Maurice Hughey, James Howell, Rylie Howell, Ryder Howell and Brylen Livingston along with numerous extended family.
He was preceded in death by his brothers Wayne (Margret) Hughey, Gerald (Ann) Hughey, Marvin (Geraldine) Hughey, and sister, Annie Grace (Harvey) Lauderback.
Services will be held 3pm Tuesday, May 2, 2023 at Hopewell Baptist Church, 1570 Hopewell Church Road, Marion, Alabama with Rev. Dee McGuire and Dr. George Washburn officiating and Magnolia Chapel South directing. Pallbearers are Travis Hughey, Garrett Livingston, Logan Livingston, Brett Hughey, Bryan Hughey, and Justin Tubbs. Honorary Pallbearers are Wayne Osburn, Craig Osburn, Todd Osburn, Jim Bunn, Southern Care Hospice and Anna Freeman, Hale County EMS, and Hale County Hospital staff and Deacons of Hopewell Baptist Church.
In lieu of flowers, donations made to Hopewell Baptist Church cemetery fund are appreciated.
Maurice was raised in Perry County and attended Perry County High School. He served in the US Navy before marrying his wife of 62 years and moving to Greensboro where they raised three children. He was employed by Georgia Pacific for 31 years before retiring to enjoy his favorite pastimes. Maurice was an avid fisherman and bird hunter, craftsman and Alabama football fan. He created and painted his own amazing fishing lures. But his favorite was being Pap to his grandchildren and great-grandchildren. He was frequently seen riding the streets of Greensboro, Hale, and Perry counties visiting with family and friends.
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