Clifford Adam Hughes
It is with heavy hearts that on March 13th 2019, Clifford Adam Hughes passed away. He was 53.
Cliff was born Dec. 6th 1965 to Paul and Linda Hughes. Cliff moved to the Roaring Fork Valley in 1986, where he fell in love and decided to raise his boys. Cliff is survived by his two sons, Adam and Aaron, three grandchildren, Gabriel, Noah and Natalie, mother Linda, four siblings, and two dogs whom he loved dearly. Cliff enjoyed frequenting the local soup kitchen where he befriended the homeless and downtrodden. He was always eager to help those in need, whether it was offering a ride, a meal, an ear/shoulder, or a safe place to stay. His kindness was felt and appreciated by many.
A memorial service will be held at the Glenwood Springs Community Center on April 7th at 11am. In leiu of flowers please donate to the Cliff Hughes Memorial Fund at Alpine Bank. Any and all help is greatly appreciated during this time.
Note: This has been updated to reflect the day of the memorial service is April 7th.
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