Myron R. Hough

Myron R. Hough

June 8, 1933 - July 18, 2015

Obituary

Myron R. Hough, Jr., age 82, of Portland, Tennessee, passed away on Saturday, July 18, 2015 at White House Health Care after an extended illness.

Myron was born on June 8, 1933, in Lake Placid, New York to Myron Roy Hough, Sr. and Margaret Marland Hough. Myron served honorably in the Korean War as a United States Marine. He was proud to have served his country in this manner and remained a member of the American Legion and the VFW until his health prevented him from doing so. Additionally, he earned his living as a Ford certified mechanic.

Myron is survived by his children: Keene (Doug) Henry of Portland, Tennessee, Myron “Roy” (Kathy) Hough, III of Ferndale, Florida and Shawn (Sue) Hough of Kennedy, New York; grandchildren: Dallon and Lilly Henry and Seth, Sarah and Hannah Hough; and siblings: Sally, Mae, Wayne and Dell. He was preceded in death by his parents: Myron and Margaret Hough and his siblings: Ruth and Jack.

Cremation Society of Tennessee is assisting the family with the arrangements and online condolences may be made at www.cremationsocietyoftn.com.

No Events & Services

No Charities & Donations

No Gallery Photos

No Videos

4 responses to Myron R. Hough

  1. Dina Lewis says:

    Snow blower and nutty butters. He always waiting for me to make the grocery list. Remember when we redid the dining room table? Can’t forget Aunt Ruth:green_heart::blue_heart: So many fond memories. He’d always go to the diner in Ocoee and eat. So much love for this wonderful family! Love you Keene

  2. Mona Bolgar says:

    I remember one Mother’s Day that Steve, Jaime, Jason and I invited Keene and Myron out to dinner. There was no better mother than Myron Hough. I know Jason was there to welcome you. RIP Mona Bolgar

  3. So many fun memories from going and playing bingo, or to karaoke to sing and you never knew what you were going to get from his trinket box. How many times did he want us to have something and we couldn’t get away fast enough. His junk was definitely his treasure. But he will be missed, he was very caring and loved us all. Rest in peace uncle Myron and give my mom a hug for me. xoxo

  4. Luck Lotto was the spot Memom and I could always find you there!! Love and miss you already. Rest in peace Uncle Myron, tell Memom I said hi and I miss her!! I know you guys are together again!!

Leave A Condolence

Choose a Candle