Anna Marie HUFF

February 15, 1927July 6, 2019

Anna Marie HUFF was born on February 15, 1927 and passed away on July 6, 2019.


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Trudy & Tom Prescott

July 17, 2019

Our lives have been enriched by knowing Ann. She always had a smile and warm greeting whenever we ran into her. We always felt like she genuinely cared when she asked how we were. Her daughter and granddaughter will carry on her legacy of caring. Hang on to all your sweet memories.

Pam Rupprecht

July 16, 2019

Karen, Ken, Marie, Deb & family; you all have been in our thoughts and prayers. We are so sorry for your loss. Ann was a special Aunt who always had a smile and open arms. So glad we got to visit last May and give her a last hug. Cherish the good memories and hold them close to your heart. Love you family...

Dean & Pam

Pastor Mike Higley

July 15, 2019

Ann was a great cheerleader for me and Robin, both as we entered ministry and as we journeyed along in ministry. Her sweet smile, gentle spirit, strong faith, and earnest encouragement touched so many people...especially us. Ann was a good friend. I am honored to have been serving the Lord alongside her. Imagine...that God was thinking of me even, when He created Ann...and you as well :-) There will be a reunion waiting when of all of us Ann impacted gather at the feet of our Savior Jesus! Robin and I pray blessings over you family! All our Love!

Gerrie Yates

July 15, 2019

My thoughts go out to the Ann Huff family.

I met Ann many years ago and enjoyed her sweet smile and sweet disposition. She enjoyed sitting and talking, not in a hurry for the chitchat to end. An old saying comes to mind. Sit and have a cup of tea and conversation!

This was Ann. A very sweet lady who will be missed. Good night sweet Ann.

DG Mawn

July 10, 2019

Dear Aunt Ann! Thank you for your warmth to all us and your deep friendship with our Mom. When we were lost you gave us harbor. I remember the detergent covered cereal, the long hours in the pool and most of all the care you gave to all of us. I miss you already. Love Dave Mawn