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HUGHES John Ingram Hughes, a founding member of the Skat-


ing Club of Wilmington, died peacefully on June 20, 2013, at Cokesbury Village in Hockessin, Del. He was 94. Coached by Peter Bilous, John enjoyed ice dance for


nearly 20 years. He and Catherine, his college sweetheart and devoted


wife of almost 70 years, made their home in Wilmington, Del., for the past 60 years. John was born in 1919 in Hudson, Wis., to John Moffat


Hughes and Margaret Ingram in the Octagon House (now a museum), built in 1855 by his great grandfather, John Shaw Moffat. He attended the University of Minnesota, graduat- ing in 1941 with a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineer- ing.


He joined the DuPont Company at the Belle, West Va.,


plant in July 1941. He spent 40 years as a chemical engi- neer and research and development manager in process and product development. In 1964, he became venture manager and spent 15 years managing and commercializ- ing a new venture in unique heat exchangers of Teflon. He


retired in 1981. John maintained a lifelong interest in music. Early pia-


no lessons gave way to the clarinet by age 10, and he was still playing at the end. He played principal clarinet in high school, University of Minnesota concert band, DuPont Con- cert Band and the First Sate Symphonic Band. During win- ters in Florida, he played in the Naples concert band for 20 years. He was called upon frequently to play solos and in en- sembles at churches. He served on the board of directors of the Wilmington Music School for 21 years. He was a 50-plus year member of Silverside Church


(Second Baptist) and served as deacon, trustee and music committee member. He traveled extensively and developed a hobby of travel photography. He and Catherine enjoyed ballroom dancing wherever they went. John is survived by his wife Catherine Combacker


Hughes of Hockessin; daughter Martha Hughes Londergan and her husband Dick of Wethersfield, Conn.; daughter Nan- cy Hughes Robb and her husband George of Concord, Mass; three grandchildren and two great grandchildren.


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