Kenneth (Kenny) Coleman Hughes, 63, of Chester, VA died September 13, 2019. Kenny was a 32-year retired member of the Plumbers & Steamfitters Union, Local #10. He is survived by his brother, Julius “Finney” Hughes, Jr., sister, Carla Pollard (Joe), all of Chesterfield, VA; one nephew, George Nick Bohn (Kim), and 2 grand-nieces, Ava and Lia, all of Fredericksburg, VA. An accomplished musician — Kenny will be greatly missed by family and friends. A memorial service will be held at 2:00 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 1, at the Central Chesterfield Ruritan Club, 2230 Grey Oak Dr., N. Chesterfield, VA 23236.
MY HEART IS BROKEN, FOR MY DEAR FRIEND! R.I.P. KENNY!
I’m gonna miss you “big head”..enjoyed our talks
Rest in Peace my brother from another mother. I’ll catch up with you on the other side.
R.I.P my man and play that guitar for the angels to sing!
Kenny and I we’re roommates , and band mates.
He was a fine bass player , a kindred spirit
And a good friend. Rest In Peace old buddy, praying you, and your family.
Kenny, I will miss you, and love you. I am so glad I got to spend time with you at the Locker Room at the memorial for Stick.
My Friend of many years you will be surely missed by all.Will see you again one day.Love Nancy.
Carla so sorry to hear about your brother, may God give you and your family peace at this sad time.
You were one of the few good dudes that I enjoyed hanging with in the day regret not talking to you lately in the past 8 months rest in peace my friend
I worked with Kenny a few times in my 35 years in local 10 always a lot of fun to be around RIP brother an play that song one more time
Ive known Kenny for 30 years, you always made me laugh, you will be missed!!!
I did not know you well Kenny, but enjoyed our talks about the music we both loved. I will always remember you, for you left us on my birthday. Rest In Peace.
Kenny was such a comfort for me. His quick wit and intelligent humor was a gift for me. I had some of the most amazing twisted banter with him.
This life has lost a wonderful person.
I’m extremely lucky to have had the time I had with him.
He will be missed.
I did not know Kenny but I can read how he impacted others and I pray for peace and comfort for all his family and friends.
The Richmond VA Music Scene lost a member. His name was “Kenny Hughes” he just wanted to play the blues. Not only was he a great musician, but also he was a great friend and will be truly missed. I guess sometimes the brightest stars are among us, we just never know until they are gone. RIP my friend Kenny Hughes.