Joshua Mortuary & Joshua Memorial Park

808 East Lancaster Blvd, Lancaster, CA


Jane Huff

May 26, 1930August 30, 2019

Edna Jane Huff at 89 passed away surrounded by her family on August 30, 2019,at Antelope Valley Hospital in Lancaster. Born in Indiana to the parents of Fred and Bertha Boynton on May 26, 1930. She moved to Florida in 1960 and then form there moved to Lancaster, California in 1967. Staying in Lancaster she retired from Lockheed-Martin in 1995. Leaving behind 3 daughters, Jacqueline, Cynthia and Marjorie, five grandchildren and five great grandchildren. She will be laid to rest on Monday September 9, 2019 at 3:30 p.m. at Joshua Memorial Service next to her beloved daughter Deborah. Jane lived a fun filled life traveling and vacationing at Las Vegas. She was a collector of many different items. Her famous words were "I'm going to live to be 100 ,"and we wished she had.


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Chardel Sullivan

September 8, 2019

I have shared so many memories with Jane in the 55+ years I have known her.
The memory that always makes me laugh was when when we were coming back to Lancaster from LA and mom (Sabina) and Jane kept saying what a beautiful full moon was ahead of us on the road. Turned out it was a 76 gas station sign. All of us laughed all the way home.
Jane had a wonderful sense of humor, she was also so kind and loving. She was a second mom to me. I will miss you Jane. I know you are loving on Deby and laughing with Mom.
I love you

marjorie buckley

September 8, 2019

Mom, this is not about death but about celebrating your new life with Jesus. No more sorrow, no more worries, and no more pain. Only Love, Joy and Peace. Thank you mom for sharing the best parts of yourself with me such as having a love for animals, thrift store shopping, and especially helping others. You will be greatly missed on this Earth, but you will always be in my heart. I have faith that we will reunite again because death does not get the last word, Resurrection does. Love you Mom. From you Little Margie!

Jason Byrd

September 6, 2019

I have a lot of good memories of Grandma. My best childhood thanksgivings were sitting at the fold-up kids table with my cousins at her house. I lived with Grandma for few years and she was a second mother to me. She was always taking in friends and family helping them. We had a last pleasant conversation around her last birthday. I’m sorry you didn’t get to live as long as Betty White like you said you wanted Grandma. I was really hoping to see you live to be 100. Be at peace with God and ill see you when my time to go to Heaven.