Evergreen Funeral Home & Evergreen Cemetery

4623 Preston Highway, Louisville, KY


Alan Brian Huddleston

December 9, 1963March 24, 2020

Alan Brian Huddleston, 56, of Taylorsville, passed away March 24, 2020. He was an employee of UPS and attended Southeast Christian Church.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Joseph Huddleston and Mossie Horine; and his sister, Drema McGuffy. He is survived by his wife, Julie Higdon Huddleston; children, Leslie Hutsell(David Gavi), James Huddleston, and Brian Huddleston; grandchildren, Landon Hutsell, Brody Hutsell, Eden Hutsell, and Alice Huddleston; sisters, Constance Dixon(Steve), Gayle McIntyre, and Betty Clark; and his nieces and nephews.

All services will be private. Memorial donations in his memory can be made to Dogs Helping Heroes.


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Rob Brown

March 27, 2020

I am so sorry for your loss. I don’t remember a time when my Dad (Bob Brown) didn’t love your family and we have always thought the world of Alan. He was always great to us and would drop anything for our Dad. My thoughts and prayers will be with you and your family during this time.

Cedric Jones

March 27, 2020

My condolences to the family of Alan. I have had the pleasure of knowing him, and considering him as a friend. I am an aircraft mechanic for UPS and met him in the cafeteria. We just struck up a conversation and the rest is history. We would talk wherever we could and laugh all the time. He will be missed. Praying for the family and friends.

Michael Wynder

March 27, 2020

I work at Ups. The day I met Alan it was like I’ve known him forever. A real genuine fellow and will be missed for a long time down here.
Praying for the family during this time of transition. Praise God

Cathy Olson

March 26, 2020

We am so very sorry to hear of your loss. We met Brian , Julie and his two very hard working sons through scouting in Mt. Washington , troop 333. My first memory of Mr Brian Huddleston , was him volunteering to watch over Moms/sons at night on a Squire Boone outing (when Carl was not feeling well). He was a great friend and helper to all, and will be surely missed.
Our condolences and prayers to all , especially Julie, EJ and Brian.
Love and prayers ,
Jon, Cathy and Andrew Olson

Charles and Robin French

March 26, 2020

Brian was genuine and kind . He had an amazing work ethic surpassed only by his generosity. He was a devoted friend who absolutely loved and adored his family. His strength was inspiring and yet frustrating because he never took as good care of himself as he did others. He always powered on, and was there for others no matter what.

We always say nice things about folks after they are gone - in the Brian’s case - they are all true. He was my cousin and our family. He visited us just three weeks ago and shared dozens of pictures of his red headed granddaughter, lovely Alice. He told us, he was blessed. And he was, as we were to have him in our lives. Condolences, love and blessings to Julie, the children and grandchildren.

Much love and blessings,
Charles and Robin

Robert Coyle

March 26, 2020

Sorry to hear about this loss. I remember the time playing football in high school and the conversations we had. May Gods Grace be upon his family and friends during our time of grieving.😞

Rose Linker

March 26, 2020

I am so sorry for your loss. I will keep each one of you in my prayers.

Terry Lloyd Jr.

March 25, 2020

Will always treasure the experience I had working with Alan. Every time I seen him he always had a big smile on his face & no matter how busy he was he would always stop & talk to me out on the flight line. We would laugh & cut up & he always made my work night better, hopefully I did the same thing for him as well...
UPS will not be the same without you.
I sure am going to miss you Alan......
Terry Lloyd Jr.-Aviation Maintenance Technician

Richard French

March 25, 2020

I sure did love my cousin, he was always a solid soul, even when we were children he was level-headed. He will be sorely missed without a doubt. Sending prayers for his loving family. Too young.

Becky Williams

March 25, 2020

The Western High School Alumni Association sends our sincere condolences to our WHS Class of 1984 Fallen Warrior Alan Brian Huddleston’s family. May God bless & keep you during this time of sadness.

Becky Sanders Williams, ‘66
Heritage Committee, Chair
WHS Alumni Association