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Eugene L. Hughes

Chief Executive Officer

Sumner County

HQ Phone:  (615) 451-6060

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Sumner County

355 Belvedere Drive North Room 110

Gallatin, Tennessee,37066

United States

Company Description

Sumner County was created in 1789, but was orginally founded in 1786 while still a part of the State of North Carolina. Sumner County was named for General Jethro Sumner, a Brigadier General during the American Revolutionary War. The county is made up of eight... more.

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Our Story: Hughes-Edwards Builders || Custom Homes, Middle Tennessee, Nashville, Hendersonville, Davidson County, Williamson County, Wilson County, Sumner County

hughesedwards.com [cached]

Hughes-Edwards team includes Norman Tripp, Chris Hughes, Bryan Edwards and Gene Hughes.
Hughes-Edwards' beginnings date back to 1977, when family patriarch, Gene Hughes, set out to build his own home in North Carolina. With drawing pencil in hand, Gene designed his dream house and discovered his passion. Since then, others have had Gene create their masterpieces, from cozy bungalows to sprawling estates. In 1997, Gene partnered with his son-in-law, Bryan Edwards to form Hughes-Edwards Builders, a design-build firm, as it is known today. Gene Hughes, Hughes-Edwards Builders Gene Hughes, CEO, Hughes-Edwards Builders Gene Hughes Gene Hughes spent 34 years as a manager for DuPont, the nation's leading science-based products and services company, before dedicating his life to his passion: Building homes. A native of Charlotte, North Carolina, Gene had always been interested in building. Fortunately he was handy with tools, so when he decided to build his own house while working at DuPont, he was able to do much of the work himself. The 3,000 square foot Williamsburg style country house turned out beautifully. So much so, a friend asked that he build him a house too, which he did, and then another friend, and so on... Gene was never satisfied with building an ordinary house. The house had to have that "look. He was born with a talent to draw which may explain why he wanted each house to have its own personality. He worked with each client to reflect their feelings for their home and turned their home into something special. He wanted each house to be built with the utmost quality and looked for subcontractors that could meet his high standards. After retiring from DuPont, Gene teamed up with his son-in-law Bryan Edwards, and formed Hughes-Edwards Builders in 1997. Gene has a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Economics from the University of South Carolina. He and his wife, Ruth have three children and five grandchildren. Pair this with his appreciation for "Old World" architecture and it is understandable why Bryan founded Hughes-Edwards with his father-in-law, Gene Hughes.


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0001254690 HUGHES EUGENE L 2500 WEST EXECUTIVE PARKWAY, SUITE 100 LEHI UT 84043 1 0 0 0


Hughes-Edwards Builders || Home Builders, Middle Tennessee, Nashville, Hendersonville, Davidson County, Williamson County, Wilson County, Sumner County

www.hughesedwards.com [cached]

Hughes-Edwards' beginnings date back to 1977, when the patriarch of the family, Gene Hughes, set out to build his own home.
With drawing pencil in hand, Gene designed his dream house and discovered his passion. Since then, others have had Gene create their masterpieces, from cozy bungalows to sprawling estates. In 1997, Gene partnered with his son-in-law, Bryan Edwards to form Hughes-Edwards as it is known today. Gene Hughes Gene Hughes spent 34 years as a manager for DuPont, the nation's leading science-based products and services company, before dedicating his life to his passion: Building homes. A native of Charlotte, North Carolina, Gene had always been interested in building. Fortunately he was handy with tools, so when he decided to build his own house while working at DuPont, he was able to do much of the work himself. The 3,000 square foot Williamsburg style country house turned out beautifully. So much so, a friend asked that he build him a house too, which he did, and then another friend, and so on... Gene was never satisfied with building an ordinary house. The house had to have that "look. He was born with a talent to draw which may explain why he wanted each house to have its own personality. He worked with each client to reflect their feelings for their home and turned their home into something special. He wanted each house to be built with the utmost quality and looked for subcontractors that could meet his high standards. After retiring from DuPont, Gene teamed up with his son-in-law Bryan Edwards, and formed Hughes-Edwards Builders in 1997. Gene has a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Economics from the University of South Carolina. He and his wife, Ruth have three children and five grandchildren. Pair this with his appreciation for "Old World" architecture and it is understandable why Bryan founded Hughes-Edwards with his father-in-law, Gene Hughes.


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Founded in 1972 by Gene Hughes, Nature's Sunshine Products began with the idea to put cayenne pepper in a gel cap so it would go down easier.


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