Hugh Thomas Flowers, age 73, of Norcross Georgia, took his last breath here on September 8, 2018 and breathed his first breath in Heaven. Funeral services arranged by Wages Funeral Home – Stone Mtn. Ga. Visitation will be Monday, Sept. 10 from 2:00 – 4:00p.m. and 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. Funeral Service will be Tuesday September 11, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. Officiating the service will be Pastor Tim Taylor. Internment will be Melwood Cementary – Stone Mountain, Georgia Hugh was preceded in death by his parents, Charlie and Ellene Flowers and his brothers-in-law, Bobby Floyd and Sonny Hardy. He is survived by his wife of 53 years, Judy Flowers and his daughter, Ginger (Brian) Marburger and his son Gary (Sandy) Flowers. He loved his four grandsons – Ian Marburger, Collin Marburger, Nicholas Flowers and Kyle Flowers. He is also survived by four loving sisters Marie (Kelley) Richardson, Peggy (Kenneth) Taylor, and Helen Floyd and Joy Hardy, as well as numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins. Hugh was a career Grocery Store Manager and in his retirement worked for Carmax where he continued his huge passion for CARS of all types. He also owned and restored several classic cars. Hugh’s greatest passion was spending time with his family. He loved times at the beach and hunting and fishing trips with his buddies and family. He was a Georgia Bulldog fan and loved the Atlanta Braves. He had a gigantic, loving heart and shared a welcomed hug wherever he went. He would light up any room as he entered with his contagious laugh and bubbly personality. Hugh loved his Stone Mountain High School Class of ’63 and continued those friendships for the next 55 years. Pallbearers will include grandsons, Ian Marburger, Collin Marburger, Nicholas Flowers, Kyle Flowers, and nephews - Chuck Richardson, Paul Richardson, Jay Floyd and Andy Taylor.   [video width="720" height="480" m4v=""][/video]

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  1. a friend from old Stone Mtn High School, whom I always enjoyed seeing at our reunion, may you rest in peace Hugh.

  2. Kenny and I send our love and condolences. Hugh introduced us 37 years ago. He was very special to us and the best boss I ever had!

  3. Condolences to the family of this very special man! Hugh was loved by everyone he encountered!! I cannot imagine the void left in your life! He will be so missed by his family, classmates and friends! ❤️❤️❤️❤️

  4. Hugh is a lasting memory as a classmate and friend. His sweet personality and contagious laugh put all he met at ease. May he rest in peace.

  5. Hugh will be missed by his Stone Mountain High classmates. The room was always brighter when Hugh came in. My condolences to Judy and the family. Rest In Peace Hugh. Patricia (Davis) Spradley.

  6. Hugh was a dear friend. I will miss him but he is in Heaven without a single worry and no pain. My condolences to you Judy and your whole family. You are in my prayers. Jane King Rickett

  7. Condolences to Judy and all Hugh’s wonderful family. He was a friend to all who knew him. Hugh’s infectious laugh and his wit always brought smiles. I always enjoyed being around him because he brightened my day. I truly will miss him but I will not forget him.

  8. My condolences to the Flowers family. Many memories as Marie and I were good friends in school. Rest High On That Mountain Hugh.

  9. One of the sweetest men you could ever meet. He will be sorely missed at our class reunions. Always had a hug & a laugh for each of us. Judy, my heart hurts for you & all your family. Though you had 53 years, it’s never enough. Remember all the love & good times. We surely will.

  10. Judy, Ginger and Gary. I was not fortunate enough to spend a lot of time with Hugh, But what time I did have with him was most enjoyable. My opinion of Hugh is only enhanced by my knowledge and friendship with you.
    This is the saddest part of life when we have to say goodbye to the ones we love the most. But as time passes we still have all of the great moments to look back on and I know they are plentiful with you.
    Life gives us all these sad moments, but it also leaves some very special memories that we will enjoy forever wit our friends and family.
    God bless you all..

  11. Hugh was a good man. I worked with him at Food Giant in sugar hill. He would come by and see me where I work bout once a month just to say high. RIP Hugh I will miss you my friend

  12. We are so sorry to hear the passing of Hugh. He was a long time friend of our family. Our memories of the grocery store business when he and dad worked together in Tucker. Dad (Jimmy Gresham) recently passed and I can only imagine the celebration going on in heaven with them two being together. We celebrate the homegoing of these two special men.

  13. Hugh, you are forever etched into the precious memories of my heart. The years and stories we’ve shared at Carmax. The lige lessons, stories about Bosco and the threats to tell Judy that you were misbehaving. Although, my heart is saddened by your transition I rejoice with you as you are in heaven.

  14. So very sorry to hear about the loss of a genuine sweetheart! Praying for your family! Nicole @ Gastroenterology Specialist
    Previously Dr. Parikh’s office

  15. Judy, sorry for your loss. This is Ron Silver. I worked with Hugh at the Winn Dixie in Doraville. In fact, Ann and I doubled dated with you guys in Hugh’s 1962 baby blue Chevy. We used t live on Beaver Ruin Rd on the Lilburn side. Now live in Commerce. If you get this message, give me a call (404-317-4670)
    Ron And Ann Silver

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