OBITUARY

Ethel Huff

November 27, 1926April 9, 2018
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Daugherty Huff, Ethel “Grannie”, age 91 of Kettering, OH passed away Monday, April 9, 2018. She was born November 27, 1926 in Mt. Sterling, Kentucky and moved to Dayton, OH in 1941. She was a loving wife, mother, and grandmother devoted to her family and those close to her. She became know to everyone as “Grannie”. She started her career with Woolworth's at the age of 16 and after a year was promoted to a buyer, other jobs included International Envelope, Homemaker and assisting with Family Service Station Business, BP, and then retired from Wirth Advertising at the age of 84. She was a member of First Baptist Bellbrook and a long standing member of First Baptist Kettering. She was preceded in death by her husband Paul Daugherty, her husband Leonard Huff, her infant son Donnie Ray Daugherty, four brothers, and five sisters. Survived by three sons: Paul (Sheila) Daugherty, Robert (Sheryl) Daugherty, and Patrick Daugherty; siblings Lucy, Della, Chuck; Grandchildren Terry Scott (Lisa) Daugherty, Tracy (Roger) Aber, Toni (Bob) Peterson, Leslie (Steve) Bickett, Sean Daugherty, Kelly (Tyler) VonderBrink, Jesse Sam, Jessica (Matt) Williamson, Byron (Lindsey) Daugherty, David (Jenny) Daugherty, Andrew Daugherty; Great Grandchildren Megan (Michael) Manger, Kari Daugherty, Dalton Smith, Logan Smith, Matthew Aber, Heath Peterson, Noah Peterson, Paige Peterson, Jordan Daugherty, Jacob Daugherty, Nolan VonderBrink, Presley Williamson, Avery Williamson, Chloe' Woodmansee, Madison Woodmansee, Reese Daugherty, Camille Daugherty, James Daugherty, Joseph Daugherty, Benjamin Daugherty, Anna Daugherty, and Joshua Daugherty; and three Great Great Grandchildren. Special acknowledgment to her nieces Fran Albano and Della (Jim) Wirth. Visitation will be held at Tobias Funeral Home, 5471 Far Hills Ave., Dayton, OH 45429 on Friday, April 13, 2018 from 10:00 am – 11:00 am with funeral services immediately following at 11:00 am with Pastor David Faile from First Baptist Kettering officiating. Internment at David's Cemetery. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be given to First Baptist Kettering Youth Missions. On line condolences may be sent to www.tobiasfuneralhome.com

Services

  • Visitation Friday, April 13, 2018
  • Funeral Service Friday, April 13, 2018
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Bonnie Watkins

April 11, 2018

Ethel s brother Chuck

Bonnie Watkins

April 11, 2018

Lucy Jones

April 11, 2018

Ethel was the sweetest and most precious sister that a girl could ask for. I am going to miss the visits and the talks that we had together. I always enjoyed watching her and Neth try to beat each other eating hot fudge cake at Frish’s. I will always miss her but one day I will see her again in Heaven.. I will never forget her.

Neth Jones

April 11, 2018

Ethel was a special person. In reality she was my sister inlaw, but she felt more like a little sister, and she called me her brother. I enjoyed our visits so much. You know, Ohio won’t ever be the same, this world won’t ever be the same, but Heaven has got a whole lot sweeter.

Bonnie Watkins

April 11, 2018

My dear wonderful sister was one of a kind no matter when you seen her she was happy go lucky an always down to earth. We had some good talks when we did get together .Ethel I just wish we had lived closer .You can now smile forever an be with all the people that you love an have missed.Tell mom an dad I love em and I'll see all of you one day.RIP My Beautiful Sister!!!!!!

Toni Peterson

April 11, 2018

Granny you have been there for me and loved me unconditionally! I am gonna miss you so much. We had some fun times together and you have left a legacy for us. We appreciate all you’ve taught us and all the love and support you gave us. I hope i can do “ride a little horsey” one day with my grandkids just as well as you did with us. Little bird, little bird..... tell my Granny I love her and miss her!

Tracy Aber

April 10, 2018

Granny you were the best Granny ever! I love 💕 you so much. You were always there for all of us anytime we needed something. You were ready to go shopping on a drop of a dime. We had some fun times. Until we see each other again, scope out the outlet malls and dollar stores in heaven. Thank you Granny for being a great role model and being the best Granny. I love and miss you. ❤️

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