|Birth: ||Oct. 6, 1919, Italy|
|Death: ||Nov. 21, 2012|
Retired California Highway patrol Officer Albert A. "Al" Hugon passed from this life early Wednesday morning November 21st, 2012 at Seneca Health Care District Hospital at the age of 93.
A native of Villar Pellice, Italy born October 6, 1919 to Prosper and Virginia Hugon the family immigrated to the United States when Al was a young child. The family settled in Monterey, CA where Al graduated from Monterey High School. He joined the United States Navy shortly following graduation from high school and served his country honorably as an Aviation Radioman during World War II.
Following his discharge Al returned home to continue his education at an Art College in San Francisco, CA. Unable to find employment as an artist AL entered the CHP Academy and upon completion served as a motorcycle patrolman in the Los Angeles Basin for five years before moving to the Northeastern California community of Chester in 1956 where he was the resident patrolman until retiring in 1976.
Following the passing of his first wife Mary, he reacquainted himself with Ruth a longtime friend and the couple were later married in the Chester Community United Methodist Church a marriage that lasted until April of this year when Ruth passed from this life.
Al was an accomplished artist who enjoyed painting seascapes in water colors as well as working with stained glass alongside his late wife. He enjoyed the outdoors through hunting and fishing and was a longtime member of the Chester American Legion Post as well as the California State Retirees Association.
In passing Al leaves his stepdaughter; Carol Lee Barenchi and her husband Rick of Chester, CA, step granddaughters; Teresa, Tracy and Angela along with nephews Albert and Deno Hugon.
He joins his loving wife Ruth, stepson Steven Hunt and brother; Skip in their eternal home.
Mary Willodeen Murrow Hugon (1922 - 1978)*
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Record added: Jan 13, 2013
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