Dan T. Hughs Photo Collection

Dan T. Hughs (28 October 1928, Gainesville Georgia – 3 May 2012, Greenville South Carolina) was an ordained Presbyterian minister in the Presbyterian Church USA. He graduated from Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, Georgia where he received a degree in Architecture and was a member of Beta Theta Phi Faternity. He worked as an architect in Dallas for 8 years and in Atlanta for the Presbyterian Board of Church Architecture before going to Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Austin, Texas.

While in seminary in the 1960s, he participated as assistant architect in three archaeological excavations in the Shechem area sponsored by Drew University and McCormick Seminary. He served pastorates at Masters Presbyterian in Dallas, Texas, Fain Memorial Presbyterian Church in Wichita Falls, Texas, First Presbyterian Church in Kerrville Texas, first Presbyterian Church in Gainesville Georgia, and Westminster Presbyterian Church in Greenville, South Carolina.

In 1997, he was honorably retired and served several interim pastorates in South Carolina as well as a chaplaincy at the Greenville Hospital System. Later he assisted in the congregational care ministry at Eastminister Presbyterian in Simpsonville, South Carolina.

He was married to artist/teacher Diane Hopkins-Hughs and had one son David, who with his family, live in Greenville SC.