William Martin Huffman

December 22, 1942July 2, 2018

William Martin Huffman was born on December 22, 1942 and passed away on July 2, 2018.


  • Funeral Service Monday, July 9, 2018
  • Burial Monday, July 9, 2018

William Martin Huffman

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July 9, 2018

Here is an article my brother put in the Baytown News paper in February of this year 2018

Jimmie Huffman

Deborah Huffman

July 9, 2018

Offering condolences to all the family. Keeping you all in my prayers. When you think of your dad, brother, grandpa, uncle, remember the good times. Jessie, I only met your dad once and didn't know who he was. I wish I could have got to know him, but there is seldom enough time and time passes so fast. For Jessie, David, and Kathy, I offer my deepest sympathy. Jimmie, Doris, and Buddy, I also offer my deepest sympathy.

Love and prayers,
Mrs. Deborah Huffman

Jessie Zimmerman

July 8, 2018

Rest in peace Daddy. I love you, your daughter, Jessie

William R Huffman

July 8, 2018

I have many fond memories of you grandpa. Dating as far back as 3 years old. When you would read to me in your bed, And give me chocolate. Reading out of a New Testament book and also make up stories with characters such as Rerun as he created himself and the ninja turtles because they were my favorite. We got to spend a lot of time together as I grew into a young man. And I always had you to turn to for advice. Decisions such as whether to stay in Missouri or go back to Tennessee. And advice on girls or (what was best for Ryan). I will never forget the valued advice and love and compassion. I know your in a much better place and we will meet again. Fly high young man always loving you. R.I.P

Danny Huffman

July 7, 2018

I can’t believe you are gone grandpa I will never forget our long talks on the phone, and you would tell me all these funny stories about your life, and that there will be good times and bad times but never give up because you told me your worst day can be followed by your best day.

David Huffman

July 7, 2018

Dad was always my “Rock”. As a child, he was always there to encourage me and as I grew up he always bragged about me to everyone. When I went in the Army, he prepped me for what to expect. When I got out of the Army and was trying to find my way, he always made sure my family had money to pay bills. As I got older we became more than just Dad and Son; we became buddies. We took care of each other at different times. If there was one person I could count on, unconditionally, it was my Dad. Though he had his medical issues, his death was sudden and unexpected. I feel sadness about the finality of not being able to go see him or bring him to my house for holidays, etc., but he’s only physically gone from my life. He will always be in my heart and I will always hear his voice in my head as I encounter different situations. I know he will there waiting to welcome me into the gates of Heaven. I love you, Dad, Friend, Confidant... I could go on and on. Love, David (WD)


July 6, 2018

After the tears have dried and the goodbyes have been said, all we have to hold onto are the happy memories that we’ve shared with our loved ones who have passed, this is what keeps them alive in our hearts and in our minds, and they will continue to live on, through us. So very sorry for the loss of your Father. You his children, Jessica, Kathy and David were always the source of his strength.

Love you all so very much...
Uncle Jimmie

Delores Moore

July 5, 2018

I’m so sorry for your loss of your Dad. He was truly a good Christian man and will be missed by so many. May God Bless you and give you strength to bear your loss.

I’m going to miss hearing from him. We had some really good conversations. He was always so positive and gave it his all to overcome the effects of his stroke. I’m so happy he got to see that last painting. I will think of him each time I look at mine. We will all see him in Heaven and know that he is with us until we meet again.

With love and God Bless you all, Delores