Supervisor Hudgins’ Husband Hospitalized After Fall

Hunter Mill Supervisor Cathy Hudgins addresses crowd at Silver Line opening/Credit: Jennifer Heffner, Vita ImagesWillie Hudgins, the husband of Hunter Mill Supervisor Cathy Hudgins, is recovering at Inova Fairfax Hospital after he was badly injured in a fall on Friday.

Hudgins suffered serious injuries in the incident at his gym, aides to Hudgins said.

The Hudgins family has been residents of Reston since 1969. Hudgins has been the Hunter Mill Supervisor since 1999.

A statement from Cathy Hudgins’ office:

On Friday, March 27, Supervisor Cathy Hudgins’ husband, Willie Hudgins, suffered serious injuries related to a fall. He was rushed to INOVA hospital where he was stabilized and is continuing to undergo treatment.

Supervisor Hudgins wishes to extend her thanks to Fairfax County first responders and hospital staff for their assistance in this difficult time.

Additionally, we want to thank the community for their outpouring of prayers and support for the Hudgins family.

The Hunter Mill District Office continues to conduct business as usual and will update the Hunter Mill District website and Facebook page as further information is available.

We appreciate your concern and cooperation in this very private family matter. Thank you for respecting the family’s privacy during this difficult period.

Cathy Hudgins/File photo

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