Gene William Huff, Jr.

June 5, 1955 - May 29, 2021

Gene William Huff, Jr., 65, of Fred, died Saturday, May 29, 2021.  He was born on June 5, 1955, in Great Lakes, Illinois, to Patsy Fries Huff and Gene William Huff, Sr.

Mr. Huff enjoyed his nursing career.  He worked in trauma ICU for over twenty-five years.  He was a member of Beech Creek Baptist Church in Spurger and enjoyed quilting and made hundreds of quilts.  He also had a deep love for animals.

Survivors include his wife, Vicky Huff; sons, Jason Eugene Huff of Colorado and Dr. Jeremy Michael Huff and his wife, Amy, of Lumberton; grandchildren, Logan, Riley, and Madie; sisters, Pam Hadfield and her husband, Scott, of Cherry Valley, Illinois; Patricia Gifford and her husband, Eric, of Belvidere, Illinois; Susan Wares and her husband, Teddy, and Anna Fuoco and her husband, Michael, all of Wisconsin; and Tina Pesce and her husband, Dennis, of Sacramento, California; numerous nieces and nephews and a host of other relatives and friends.  He is preceded in death by his father and brother, Daniel Huff.  Gene will be especially missed by his faithful canine companions, Sam, Bella, Biscuit, and Chewy.

A gathering of Mr. Huff’s family and friends will be 3:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m., Saturday, June 5, 2021, at Broussard’s, 490 Cemetery Road, Silsbee.  His committal will be held at Broussard’s Crematorium.

Memorial contributions may be made to Beech Creek Baptist Church, 437 CR 4540, Spurger, Texas 77660.

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Wendy Dahle

I never knew Gene personally but felt like I knew him through his wife Vicky and her posts on Facebook. He was such a special person to Vicky and everyone that knew him. He touched the lives of many in his short 65 years. He also had a knack for making the most beautiful quilts. He will be missed. My sincere condolences to Vicky and her family.

mary owens

i worked with gene in the icu years ago. one of my favorite people i ever worked with. great nurse, compassionate, caring, competent, and funny as heck. i respected his abilities and knowledge but most of all his friendship and obvious deep love for his family. heaven got a great one!

Anna C Fuoco

He was the best big brother a little sister could ever have. He was a good and kind man. He was my children's Uncle and a big Teddy bear. My heart is in much pain. I know you have gone to heaven to be with your lord and savior. Welcomed into loving arms by Daddy and our brother Danny. Another Angel in heaven. I will miss you always.

Daniel Ford

We appreciate his many years of faithful service to our ministry at CHRISTUS Health. May he rest in his reward with our loving God.

Marie Francis

I'm so sorry for your loss I worked with Gene. at St. Elizabeth years ago, he was a very sweet and caring person...

Ruth Sonnier

Dr. Huff, I’m so sorry for your loss. Prayers for you and your family.

Gwen Johnston

Gene was an excellent RN who worked in St E’s ICU. He took good care of each patient and supported and helped all the other Nurses with whom he worked. He was kind, courteous, and always quick to lend both a helping hand and a quiet uplifting, encouraging word. It was truly my privilege to know Gene. In later years, I came to to know his magnificent talent in quilting. He was truly an artist with cloth, needle, and thread. God Bless you, Gene, as you enter into His Heavenly Home. God Bless you, Vicky, may you and your family cherish many wonderful memories of Gene. MsJ

Doris Matthews

I graduated from nursing school with Gene. I am so sorry to hear of his passing. I often wondered where life led him after nursing school. He was very polite, studious, and I knew he would be a good nurse. He kept us all in stitches of laughter in nursing school. He will certainly be missed. RIP, my friend