kenneth l.mchugh
Rochester: Monday, February 9, 2009 at age 91. Survived by his loving wife, Catherine (Oberlies); sons, Thomas J. McHugh, Michael L. (Patti) McHugh, Patrick T. (Donna) McHugh; sister-in-law, Rosemary McHugh; grandchildren, Erin, Sean, Molly, Daniel, Elizabeth and Matthew McHugh; 4 great- grandchildren. Ken was a veteran of World War II, retired from Tobin Meat Packing Company, member of the St. Boniface Men’s Club and The Stadium Club. No prior calling. His Funeral Mass will be celebrated Thursday 10:00 AM at St. Boniface Church, 330 Gregory Street. Interment, Private In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to St. Boniface Church or the National Kidney Foundation in his memory.

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  1. Dear Catherine and family,

    I am so so sorry that I am not home to be at the funeral. Ken was truly a sweet, kind, and gentle man. I am so glad I had a chance to visit while the two of you were together. Please accept my deepest sympathy. I will come to see you when I return home.
    LOVE, JUDY

  2. Dear Catherine and Family. We are regretful to hear about Kenny. He was friends with us and Ed, for years and Ed’s great golfing partner. Ed thought the world of him. He had the quickest smile and great disposition. We will always smile when we remember him. So sorry for your loss. Gerry and Nancy.

  3. I AM SORRY FOR THE LOSS OF KEN. I AM THE FELLOW WHO BROUGHT HIM THE XMAS COOKIES ON XMAS EVE DAY. FUNNY HOW WE MET. HE CALLED MY PHONE NUMBER BY MISTAKE MANY TIMES AND FINALLY CALLED HIM TO SAY HE HAS THE WRONG NUMBER. WE BECAME FRIENDS OVER THE PHONE AND I BROUGHT THE COOKIES AS I SAID WE TALKED FOR 2 HOURS AND BECAME EVEN BETTER FRIENDS I WILL MISS HIM. SOMETIMES A PERSON COMES INTO YOUR LIFE AND HE/SHE IS A STRANGER BUT YOU MEET AND BE FRIENDS LIKE MYSELF AND KEN. I HAD HOPED TO SEE HIM THIS TUESDAY, BUT FARE NOT. BUT HE WILL SEE ME FROM ABOVE–THAT I AM SURE OF. HE WAS A GOOD MAN. ONLY ONCE I MET HIM AND I WILL MISS HIM. AT LEAST HE GOT TO ENJOY THE ANISE XMAS COOKIES! GOD BLESS TO THE FAMILY AND TO KEN. REMEMBER WITH THE LORD ALL THINGS ARE POSSIBLE THANK YOU BILL.

  4. I am sorry for your loss. I think that I only met Ken once or twice as I am the Social Worker at Rochester Highlands. I enjoyed my visit with him and his grandson, Dan. Take care, Sandy

  5. I happened upon this notice and my heart goes out to the family of Kenneth McHugh. Though I do not know the family I wanted to convey my sympathy and share with you the thought from the bible that I look to at times such as these. Our heavenly Father Jehovah is a God of love and He hates to see us in pain. This thought is supported at Revelation 21:3,4 where it promises that all those in the memorial tombs will come out. What a time of celebration when we will be crying tears of joy instead of sorrow. I again am sorry for your loss. With sympathy, Jo Edwards

  6. Pat and Donna, Bob and I were so sorry to read about your dad. Our thoughts are always with you.
    Love
    Bob and Michele

  7. We send our warmest wishes and offer comfort during this difficult time. Uncle Kenny will remain a precious part of our lives and family. He will be greatly missed. Our prayers are with him as he kindly looks upon us.

    With Love,
    Jerry and Gina McHugh & Family

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