Mary Ann Walker Hughes

Mary Ann Walker Hughes, age 73 of Hopkinsville, passed away on Oct. 11, 2020 at 104A Thorton Court in Hopkinsville, Kentucky. Funeral services were scheduled for 1 p.m. Saturday Oct. 17, 2020 in the Chapel of Adams & Sons Mortuary with the Rev. Randy Merriweather officiating. A social distancing walk-through visitation was held from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

A lifelong resident of Hopkinsville, Mary Ann was born on Nov. 4, 1946. She was the daughter of the late William Lee Walker Jr. and Mary Katherine Flowers Walker.

Brenda was baptized at the Bethel Berry Baptist Church. She was employed as a salesperson at Edna’s Furniture and she was a babysitter for various families.

In addition to her parents, Mary Ann was preceded in death by her husband James Walter Hughes. She was also preceded in death by her sisters Elizabeth Karen Walker and Lueverne Brooks, her brothers Terry Harris and Perry Walker and her great grandchild, Adreonna Earthman.

Mary Ann is survived by her daughter, Valerie Lashay Majors of Hopkinsville, Kentucky; two brothers, Jeffery Flowers and Carl Poindexter, both of Hopkinsville; four sisters, Helen Bender, Evelyn (Jessie) Flowers and Sheila (Rev. Raymond Hurt) Loving, all of Hopkinsville; and Tracey (Raymond) Smith of Chicago, Illinois; one grandchild, Octavius (Dowanna) Lewis, from Indianapolis, Indiana; one aunt, Betty McReary, Owensboro, Kentucky; one uncle, Herman Walker, Chicago, Illinois; a devoted friend of over 40 years, Sammy Harrell of Hopkinsville; and a host of nieces, nephews, friends and associates.

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