The family and loved ones of Myron would like to let you know that his work and service here on earth is complete. Myron Cecil Hudson transitioned from earth on Monday, August 9, 2021, in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida at 59 years of age.
Myron was a Clairton native, a graduate of Clairton Highschool, and recipient of many culinary certifications. After marriage he relocated to South Florida with his wife Cynthia where they expanded their family. Myron was a loving, charismatic, family man who developed a love for the culinary arts. This love was cultivated into a 20-year career of service through culinary. Myron was employed as a personal chef for professional athletes and in the latter years of his career Myron focused on serving those with issues of substance use disorders and geriatric patients in facilities. Myron prided himself on the work that he performed; indicating that he cooked with love. Those who knew Myron knows that he did many things with love and kindness. He dedicated his life to serving. Myron served this country in the United States Army, but his most important service was service to the Lord. Myron was a man of faith and believer in God. He was a member of The Worldwide Christian Center in Pompano Beach, Florida.
Myron was loved by many in the communities he lived in and leaves a legacy of love. Myron Cecil Hudson, 59, born December 18, 1961, in McKeesport, PA. The beloved son to Cleophus Hudson and Marlene Sanders, He was preceded in death by father, Cleophus Hudson, Sr., brother, Cleophus "Bunchie" Hudson, Jr., brother, Derrick Hudson, Sr.
Myron is survived by his loving mother Marlene Sanders of Jefferson Hills, PA, his wife Cynthia Hudson of Atlanta, GA; two sons, Trey Walker of Pittsburgh, PA, Nigel Hudson of Atlanta, GA; daughter, Ashlee' Hudson of Atlanta, GA; grandson Rome Hudson Price of Atlanta, GA, two sisters, Pamela Ross Reeder of West Palm Beach, FL, Cheryl "Honey" Hudson of Jefferson Hills, PA, brothers, Marlin (Nicole) Hudson of Pittsburgh, PA, Devlin (Shawnese) Clifford of Clairton, PA, Raymone Clifford of Clairton, PA; Virgil “Bim” Allums of Monessen, PA, Dillon Hudson of Monessen, PA, nieces, nephews, and a plethora of loved ones, additional relatives and friends.
Although it is natural to mourn the loss of our loved ones. We want all to celebrate the life of Myron. We would like our beloved Myron to be fondly remembered by his infectious laugh, his corny jokes, his smile that would brighten up any room, his jovial temperament, his kind heart, his love of family, his ability to make a friend out of any stranger, his love of cooking, and his love of God.
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