Sean Hughes Death – Sean “Dawg” Hughes, a resident of Parma, Idaho, and Former Deputy Sheriff at Hall County Sheriff’s Office passed away on October 28th, 2023, after a courageous battle with cancer. He was 56 years old at the time of his death. He was announced dead through a social media publication that read “RIP Sean Hughes. I will miss you so much. So glad I got to meet u and get to know u as a kid. Thank u for taking me in.”
Who was Sean Hughes?
Gerald Sean Hughes was born in Murphy, North Carolina, on May 15, 1967. Harry and Bivian Ledford Hughes were his parents. He was a good, generous, caring person who never met a stranger and who was generally grinning. Sean cherished people. Sean went to school in Georgia’s Union County. In the spring of 1986, he received his high school diploma from Union County. On July 11, 1992, he wed Joyann Freeman, and the two of them had 31 years of marriage.
James and Michael Rapien, Joy’s sons, were raised by them together. Sean had a passion for football in particular. He played basketball in middle school and football from the fourth grade until he graduated. From 1984 to 1986, Sean was a part of the Union County High School football teams that enjoyed great success. With a Red and Black man cave stocked to the brim with UGA souvenirs, he was an ardent Georgia football fan. Serving in the U.S. Army from July 6, 1986, to July 6, 1990, Sean was a veteran.
About Sean Hughes
In the German military police, he rose to the rank of Sergeant while attached to the elite 558th Military Police Company. Following his release, on October 2, 1990, Sean began working for the Hall County, Georgia, Sheriff’s Office, where he remained until September 16, 2007. He and his spouse relocated to the Boise, Idaho, region in that year in order to be close to her parents, James and Eva Rangitsch Freeman.
He belonged to the Iron Warriors Motorcycle Club of Idaho, a community of police enforcement professionals committed to helping others, both current and retired. In 2014, Sean completed his B.S. in Social Studies Education at Boise State University. Before cancer prevented him from working, he was employed by a nearby high school in Parma, Idaho, where he also assisted with coaching. For more than eight years, Sean bravely battled a hard and ultimately lost fight against renal metastatic cancer.
Sean Hughes’ obituary and funeral arrangements
Funeral Services will be held on November 6, 2023 at 12:00 pm with a viewing to start at 11:00am at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Parma, Idaho.
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