Sean Hughes, a lobbyist and bus company manager who served as president of the New Jersey Bus Association, died Feb. 18. He was 44 years old and he died peacefully in his sleep.

Hughes worked at MWW, a public relations firm, before becoming vice president of public affairs at Coach USA.

“Sean has worked tirelessly and effectively to successfully advocate for Coach USA and the bus industry as a whole at the federal level, in states across the country and here in New Jersey, where he led BANJ,” the Bus Association said in a statement. “His efforts as a lawyer and leader have been crucial in helping the private bus industry tackle the unusual challenges posed by the Covid-19 pandemic.”

Hughes was a Knight of Columbus of the Fourth Degree and served as President of the New Jersey State Council of the Ancient Order of Hibernians.

He is survived by his father, brother, nieces and nephews.

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