December 16, 1942 – January 4, 2020
Linda Price Huff, age 77, of Tallahassee, passed away on January 4, 2020. Linda was born on December 16, 1942, in Phoenix, Arizona. She married her husband and love of her life, Bill Huff in 1963. They were blessed with 32 years together until his death in 1995. She held a bachelor’s degree in nursing and worked as a registered nurse at Florida State University, Tallahassee Regional Medical Center, the Havana Medical Center, and Florida Agency for Health Care Administration. She was an active member of First Baptist Church of Havana and volunteered at the Pregnancy Center of Gadsden County. She and her husband founded and operated the House of Pets from 1968 until 1996. She and Bill loved children; raising a family of five, encouraging adoption, and working with children in foster care.
Linda is survived by her mother, Mary Price; her children, Leanne Martin (Darren), Terasa Strubel, Warren Price Huff (Moya), William Bryan Huff (Evelyn), and Mary-Beth Culhane (Patrick); her sisters, Brenda Baker and Pam Price Williams (Tony); eleven grandchildren, and one great grandchild; as well as many nieces and nephews. Linda will be greatly missed but we know that she is happily reunited with her husband, Bill Huff; her father, Louis Price; and her brother, Bill Price; and all those who have gone before her in Christ.
There will be a private memorial for immediate family only. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made in her honor to First Baptist Church of Havana or the Pregnancy Center of Gadsden County.
No services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
January 11, 2020
I loved this dear lady. I met her as we both were working at the Pregnancy Center of Gadsden County. She had an amazing sense of humor and always made people feel at ease. I will greatly miss this precious lady.
January 9, 2020
Lots of memories through the years. Kids swimming together. Meals together. Linda is a big reason my younger son, Josh, is even alive. At 14 months old, he followed the ducks down to the pond while I was vacuuming out the car. We realized Josh wasn't close by and began looking for him. When we got close to the pond, we couldn't see him, but his dad realized he was in the pond. He pulled Josh out and began CPR, but we knew he needed more. Called EMS, called Linda, then the preacher. Linda didn't even tell her kids where she was going. We lived a mile apart, so she was soon there. She said to keep him upside down and crying so he'd stay mad and breathing. She drove them into town to meet the ambulance. 1984 and driving from Quincy. Ended up on lifeflight. Only spent 2 days on the hospital. They expected worse problems and his staying longer. God is good. Josh is now a Paramedic for TMH Northeast. Thanks for my child, Linda!😘💕💐💉