Thomas Jefferson McHugh

Thomas Jefferson McHugh

December 05, 1931 - August 12, 2007

Thomas Jefferson McHugh

December 05, 1931 - August 12, 2007


Maj. Thomas Jefferson McHugh, 75, of Mission Viejo, a retired United States Air Force Officer and Director of Sales and Marketing for AirTouch Cellular, died Aug. 12, 2007 of cancer. Services 1 pm Friday, O’Connor Laguna Hills Mortuary.

Survivors: daughter, Peggy Hettish; sons, Michael, Daniel; brother, Patrick; two grandchildren.

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8 responses to Thomas Jefferson McHugh

  1. On behalf of the O.C.B.A., our sympathies to Michael and his family at this time. May the Lord’s blessing be upon all of you and especially on Mike’s Dad. May he rest in peace! He is in my prayers, especially today. – – Sincerely, Margaret Trousdale

  2. We have not known your father as long as some who have written in this guestbook, but I am happy to have known your mother and father over the past 27 years while they raised the 3 of you and sent you out into your live’s journeys. Tom poured out his life experience and wisdom to the 3 of you, and his memory will be lived out through your lives and the lives of his grandchildren. That is the 2nd privilege of being his offspring. The 1st is simply having been “his kids”.

    Tom served his family, and he served his country. We are all richer because of him. God bless you, Tom McHugh, as you enter eternity.

  3. Dear McHugh Family,
    We send our love and prayers to each of you during the passing of your father. Your parents were good to our folks. I remember staying at your home and going with you all to Dinsey Land back in 1977! It has been long time ago but stills hold good memories in our hearts. I talked to your Dad on July 7th because my Dad had gotten an e-mail from him, I had tell your Dad that my Dad had passed away that day. I know your Mother has already passed too and I know you all have a hugh hole in your hearts but now your folks are together and they will not be lonely any more. I like to think they are visiting with my Dad and talking about their days in France.
    Please know Sally, Mike and I are thinking about each of you.
    Lisa Philpot Watson
    OE’s daughter

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