James "Hut" Hudson
March 6, 1947 ~ August 7, 2020 (age 73)
James “Shortie Hut” Hudson was the first born of Ed and Annie Mae Young Hudsonon March 6, 1947.
His graveside service was held on Saturday August 15, 2020 at 1:00 pm at Bolivar Community Cemetery in Bolivar, Tn with Pastor Robert Parram in charge and Dixie Funeral Home (www.dixiefuneralhome.com) was in charge of the professional service
He was called” Shortie” by family and “Hut” by his classmates and friends. He graduated from Bolivar Industrial High School in 1965. In high school, he played basketball for the schools “Red Devils”.
After high school, he went straight into the workforce and was employed at The Garment Factory in Bolivar, TN for approximately 30 years or more where he work production on the Press & Cut assembly line. On his job, everyone was very fun of him. Even after retirement, people he worked with asks about him. The Garment Factory went out of business and was later reopened as Master Slack and he went back to work for a few more years. Between the shutdown and his going back to factory work, he worked as a service station attendant.The loved ones, who preceded him in death: His parents Ed & Annie Mae Hudson; his sisters—Mamie Stegall,Elsie Mae Williams, Dora Lee Buie and brother—John Hudson.
Shortie hobbies was walking and eating, especially fruits. He loved his cars. He purchased a 66 Pontiac and drove it until it wouldn’t go anymore. “If you didn’t say anything to him, he wouldn’t saying anything to you.” “He was a man of few words.
”He leaves to cherish his memories; his sisters: Nannie Mae Hudson & Ella Bea Hudson (Nashville, TN); Catherine Hudson & Winnie Hudson of Bolivar, TN); Phoebe Hudson of Atlanta, GA; brothers: Curtis(Beverly)Young and Willie J. (Jackie)Hudson (Memphis, TN); Leon Hudson & Bill Hudson (Nashville, TN).His special cousin, Robert Barber of Memphis, TN. Also his special niece—Charrisse (Josef) Richmond; nephews—Arthur, Fonda, and Von Hudson. Also a host of nieces, nephews, and family that truly loved him.
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