Christopher Alan Hughes known to friends as "Lokey" was 36 years young. He was born on October 23, 1983 in Toledo, Ohio to Edith Ardell Coltrane of Toledo, Ohio and James Charles Hughes, Jr. of Buffalo, New York. While at home, Chris went suddenly and peacefully to be with his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ on July 14, 2020. This was an unexpected transition. He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Cora Mae Serrell Coltrane and Boyd Burton, Sr., Ella Mae Hughes and James Charles Hughes, Sr.; niece, Chari-yon Hughes; nephew, Damontay Coltrane, and brother, Jason Hamilton Hughes (a.k.a "Face").
Chris accepted Christ at an early age. He attended church as a young child with his grandmother, Ella Mae Hughes. Chris loved the Lord as his personal savior. He attended Deveaux Junior High School in Toledo, Ohio.
Chris was a very inventive, creative, as well as an intelligent young man. He could fix anything and he was very good with his hands. Chris was one of a kind and there will never be another like him, the mold was broken when he was born.God loved Chris so much that he gave him a loving and caring spirit and everyone that came in contact with him knew it.Chris had a very contagious smile that made you smile with him. He was laid back and smooth, and don't forget that walk. Chris always had that tough guy swagger to his walk, yes he was one of a kind.
The love of his life was his son, Jayvion, Chris called him JJ. Chris was always there for the family whenever he was needed. He will be truly missed.
Chris was a hard worker. He worked on the ice cream truck with his mother, Edith Ardell Coltrane, whenever she needed him and he also worked for and with Bruce Johnson as a carpet installer at JB Floor Covering in Toledo, Ohio for 13 years.
Chris is survived by his parents, Edith Ardell Coltrane and James Charles Hughes, Jr.; son, Jayvion Wilson Hughes; sisters, Ruyshonne (Michael) Thomas, Ruylisa Coltrane, and Delanie Paul Hughes; brothers, Paul Coltrane, Philip (Tanisha) Coltrane, James Brown, Nevelle Stallworth, Jamele Hughes, James Hughes III, Ramone Hicks; Aunts, Shirley Coltrane Durham and Margie Hughes; Uncles, Boyd Burton, Jr. and Joseph Coltrane; best friend, William Dailey (a.k.a "P-Man"), and a host of family and friends.