Adrian Lee Hughlett

Adrian Lee Hughlett

May 12th, 1990 - Aug 16th, 2021
  • Birth Date: May 12, 1990
  • Death Date: Aug 16, 2021
  • Funeral Date: Aug 27, 2021
  • Location: Zion A.M.E. Church
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Adrian Lee Hughlett, 31, son of Elizabeth Williams Mingo and the late Antonio Hughlett, was born on May 12, 1990. Due to a brief illness he departed this life on August 16, 2021 at Spartanburg Regional Hospital in Spartanburg, South Carolina.
Adrian was educated in the public schools of Branchville, South Carolina. He graduated from Branchville High School class of 2008. Upon graduation, he went to MCT/CCC and received his CDL License, shortly after he was then employed with MCT/CCC, G&P, Estes Logistics, Lazer Spot, All Metals ISP Lantiern and G&P/NFI.
Adrian was always a cheerful person and always kept everyone around him smiling. Adrian was courteous, helpful and enjoyed meeting new people. During his childhood, he attended Zion A.M.E. Church. The Lord blessed him to find the love of his life, his fiancé, Sabrina Cantey. They had planned to start their life together in hold matrimony this fall.
Adrian was a Notary Public for the state of South Carolina. He enjoyed grilling, mechanics, collecting cars, trucking, model cars and racing. Adrian was also an entrepreneur creating his own custom clothing line under the name of Hughlett Custom Apparel & More.
Adrian was preceded in death by Antonio Hughlett earlier this year, Adrian leaves to cherish his precious memory: his mother, Elizabeth (David) Williams-Mingo of Branchville, South Carolina; loving fiancée Sabrina Cantey of the home, Boiling Springs, South Carolina; two brothers, Anton Williams of Branchville, South Carolina Leo (Cynthia) Bennett of Florida; one niece, Amiah Williams; one nephew, Anton Williams, Jr.; Aunts and Uncles: Victoria Siddon of Nashville, Tennessee, Patricia (Thomas) Polk of Antioch, Tennessee, Wanda Hughlett, Cynthia Dennis-Swanson both of Nashville, South Carolina; John Walker and Jimmy McFarland both of Nashville, Tennessee; a special second mother Thelma Cantey of Manning, South Carolina and a host of cousins, relatives and friends.


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