Julia Ann Huff
6 July, 1934 – 13 April, 2021
Julia Ann “Judy” Nottingham Schram Huff, 86, Keller, Texas formerly of Iowa Park, Texas peacefully passed away on April 13, 2021 surrounded by loved ones. Services will be held at 2 PM on Monday, April 19, 2021 at the Highland Cemetery Pavilion with Pastor Randy Phillips, The Conservatory at Keller Town Center officiating. Arrangements are under the direction of Dutton Funeral Home in Iowa Park, Texas.
Judy Huff was born on July 6, 1934 In Lawton, Oklahoma. She was preceded in death by first husband Donald Lee Schram of Iowa Park, Texas and second husband James Condell Huff of Iowa Park, Texas. She is survived by daughter Susan Lynn Schram Robertson and husband Mike Robertson of Southlake, Texas, son Randall Wayne Schram and wife Deanne Patterson Schram of Iowa Park, Texas, grandson Jeffery Wayne Robertson of Keller, Texas, granddaughter Jill Lynn Robertson Hand and husband Shaun Hand of North Richland Hills, Texas, grandson John Randall Schram and wife Sarah Sawyers Schram of Coppell, Texas, great-granddaughter Abby Kate Robertson of Keller, Texas, great-granddaughter Harper Lynn Hand of North Richland Hills, Texas, great-granddaughter Avery Joy Schram and great grandson Evan James Schram of Coppell, Texas, and Best Friend and honorary sister Barbara Booth of the Conservatory.
Donald and Judy Schram owned White’s Home and Auto of Iowa Park, Texas for many years and she was a member of Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority of Iowa Park, Texas. After the death of Donald Schram in 1976, Judy married Jim Huff who was employed with the J.B. Lippincott and W.B. Saunders and lived in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Trophy Club, Texas, Southlake, Texas, and Iowa Park, Texas. After Jim Huff passed on, Judy made her home at the Conservatory at Keller Town Center for the last eight years of her life where she enjoyed many friends and happy times. Judy was an incredibly loving wife, mother, grandmother, and great grandmother. She was proceeded in death by her parents Nathan Arnal and Lena Pauline (Young) Nottingham of Lawton, Oklahoma and was the youngest of 13 siblings.
In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to Anchor of Hope Hospice, 7708 San Jacinto Place, Suite #100, Plano, Texas 75024.
Monday, 19 April , 2021
Julia Ann Huff
Mary La Brier
26 April 2021
Dear Susan and family,
My deepest sympathy on the loss of your mother. Judy was one of the first people I met when I moved to Iowa Park in 1974.
Judy was always friendly and kind and a joy to talk to. She will be greatly missed.
Mary La Brier
19 April 2021
was such a 'Classy' woman. She was extremely tidy and particular in house cleaning and food preparation.
As a child, to be invited to her home was a 'treat'. Her table covered dishes of 'Magazine' quality.
She herself, was put together like she came off a 'runway' and the homes as such.
She was a 'precious' lady and kind to me. I remember her rocking me when I had a high fever and making soup. She took care of my Mother at the end of her life as well even though her feet were swollen and painful.
God bless the family as they experience this grief. Remember the good LORD promises us a reunion one day with all the ones we have lost . Heaven can wait, I hope for awhile but remember the love only was taken higher up until then.