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Berry Funeral Home

3704 Chapman Highway, Knoxville, TN

OBITUARY

Roseann Robertson Huffaker

20 August , 195515 October , 2019
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Roseann Robertson Huffaker, born to Emert and Anne Robertson on August 20, 1955 in Honolulu, Hawaii, passed away suddenly on Tuesday, October 15, 2019. She dedicated her life to her family and caring for others for over 40 years as a Registered Nurse. Roseann was a long-time employee for Covenant Health and more recently Tennova North Medical Center. She enjoyed hiking in the mountains, swimming, reading and caring for her animals.

She is preceded in death by parents, Emert and Anne Robertson. Roseann is survived by her loving husband of 32 years, Dan Huffaker; son, Michael Huffaker; grandson, Adrian; mother-in-law, Alta "Sue" Huffaker; sisters, Alice Arnett, Lucy (James) Shadle, Nancy (Steve) Moulton; brother, Ted Emert (Karen) Robertson; brother-in-law, Howard "Bo" (Tracye) Huffaker; nephews, Thomas Shadle, Benjamin Rogers; nieces, Allison (Omar) Borji, Rita (TJ) Shadle-Schoonover, Hayley Huffaker; special friend, Phyllis Smith and so many others who were dear to her.

The family would like to acknowledge the exceptional care provided by the staff at the University of Tennessee Medical Center.

A Visitation will be held on Sunday, October 20, 2019 from 12:00-2:00pm at Berry Funeral Home, 3704 Chapman Hwy Knoxville, with a service to follow officiated by Rev. Dan Hix. Graveside Services will follow at Shiloh Cemetery, 118 Henderson Road, Pigeon Forge.

Condolences may be shared with the family at www.berryfuneralhome.

Services

  • Visitation Sunday, 20 October , 2019
  • Funeral Service Sunday, 20 October , 2019
  • Graveside Service Sunday, 20 October , 2019

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Gerri De Lucca

19 October 2019

Roseann how I will miss you! I remember when you were born and the wonderful time we had at your wedding. Also when you and Dan came to visit me in Vegas and how we laughed about whoever sent you a card to Roz and Don!! Dan I'm sure you'll remember that. Another silly memory when you guys were here in Vegas and Dan said you and I stand the exact same way with with our foot turned out to the side! I know silly, but still a great memory for me. Even though we haven't talked in years I very often thought of you and your sisters. It made be happy to think you guys were having a great life.
Still can't believe you're gone but now you'll be with your dad and mom, my wonderful Auntie Anne!
Love you eternally, Gerri

Dr. Robert E. Gentry

18 October 2019

I have many fond memories of working with Roseann in the Parkwest Hospital Cath Lab. She was a tireless worker, a caring and helpful nurse, and a sweet, lovely person. She will be greatly missed.
My deepest sympathy to her family and many friends.

Linda Conner Powell

18 October 2019

I am the daughter of Hazel Robertson Conner,( Roseann's deceased Aunt). On behalf of her Aunt Hazel and Uncle Swin (deceased), we send our condolences and prayers. We have fond memories of Uncle Emert and Aunt Ann coming by to see us in Swannanoa, N.C.
We are so sorry for everyone's loss.
Linda Conner Powell
Patricia Conner Martin
Robert Marion Conner

Donna Hall

17 October 2019

Worked with Roseann for many years while she was in the cath lab. We had many long chats and laughs together. Most recently I had the pleasure of attending a retirement party for a doctor and we sat together and caught up on each other's lives. She was always a good person with lots of love in her heart for all those around her, friends as well as patients. She shall surely be missed.

Sandy Davenport

16 October 2019

Sandy Davenport

16 October 2019

Lori Myers

16 October 2019

Worked many shifts in call with Rosie. One long weekend, both of us tired, Rosie poured her heart into a patient who wasnt doing well. She was exhausted. When I said what an amazing job she did, all she said was, "We would want the same." She was right as usual.

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