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Kenneth Hudson

Kenneth Hudson

Wednesday, February 8th, 1939 Friday, November 29th, 2019

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Obituary for Kenneth Joseph Hudson

Kenneth Joseph Hudson, 80, of Hudson N.H., died Friday night, November 29th, 2019 at Southern NH Medical Center in Nashua, N.H. He was born on the 8th of February, 1939 in Cheboygan, Michigan, the son of Kenneth Sherwood Hudson and Irene Helen (Collins) Hudson.

He was the husband of the late Judy Ann Hudson. They were married on January 22,1966 in Hudson, NH

Kenneth served his country honorably in the Navy for 24 years. He performed the duties of a Chief Cryptological Technician and was trusted with national secrets. Once he retired from the Navy, he began an equally lengthy career at BAE Sanders in Nashua.
Kenneth belonged to the VFW, and The Naval Cryptologic Veterans Association of New England, but his most recent affiliation was as a member of R.O.M.E.O.S (Retired Old Men Eating Out at Suzie’s). They enjoyed Suzie’s Diner in Hudson weekly.
Besides being devoted to his country and family, Kenneth enjoyed the great outdoors. He was an excellent hunter, loved to fish, and golfed when he could.
Kenneth is predeceased by his brothers Robert Anthony Hudson, James David Hudson, William Edward Hudson, and his sister Mary Ellen Austin.
He is survived by his son, Andrew Joseph Hudson of Hudson N.H., his daughter Jane and her husband Bob Russell of Hudson, N.H.,his sister Janet Kotowicz and her husband Joseph, his brother Don Hudson and his wife Charlotte, brother Richard Hudson and his wife Sandy, all of Michigan. His close cousin Betty Wuth of South Carolina, and many nieces and nephews.

SERVICES: There will be a private ceremony held at the convenience of the family.
Those who wish may make a memorial contribution in Kenneth’s loving memory, may do so to the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute or to the Jimmy Fund The DAVIS FUNERAL HOME, One Lock St., Nashua has been placed in charge of arrangements. An online guest book is available at www.davisfuneralhomenh.com, (603-883-3401) “ONE MEMORY LIGHTS ANOTHER”.

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Steven Larson

To the extended Hudson family - you do not know me or my wife, Linda, but we were two of the many sailors who served with your Dad. In 1975, we reported to our first duty station, NSGA Groton, Connecticut, where Ken was our first Navy Chief. He set an example for us that neither of us has ever forgotten. In truth, he was probably the best Chief that either of us ever worked for. He could discipline, encourage, josh, shame, praise, build up, chastise, celebrate, sympathize, you name it, all at exactly the right time and all exactly as appropriate to the moment. We both had successful Navy careers, and I went on to make Chief Petty Officer, and then was commissioned to officer status, all as the result of your father putting my feet on the right path to start out. I haven't talked to Ken in many years, but I remember him well to this day. You have much to celebrate in his life; I'm only sorry that I just now found out that he had passed. I would have made the trip to Nashua to be there for the service and to share some of the stories that I have of him. You should be very proud of him - we are! Best regards, and our condolences and celebrations, Swede and Linda Larson, San Antonio, TX
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chriscarbon@aol.com

Dear Jane and Andrew I am so very sorry for the loss of your father Ken. I didn't realize that on 29 April 1989 that i would meet a person who would become a very important part of my life as well as my best friend. Your Dad was a dedicated husband and father. A dependable, honest, trust worthy, devoted and generous person. and let us not forget his sense of humor. He will be missed by many but none more then me. I LOVE YOU BUDDY!
Dick Carbon
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Linda

Jane and Andrew so sorry for the loss of your dad. He was a great man who always had a smile on his face! I am sure he will be missed by many!
Prayers, The Summit Family
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