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Roger "Randy" Huff

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Roger Randal “Randy” Huff age 63, of Kennesaw GA, passed away unexpectedly on Sunday, August 21, 2022, at work.

Randy is survived by his wife Maricel S. Huff and his son John Lester Flores; as well as his sister Debra Huff Evans.

Randy was predeceased by his sister Karen Y. Huff, his two brothers, Laurence A. Huff and David T. Huff, and his parents Catherine B. Huff and Jesse W. Huff.

Born on November 7, 1958, the son of Catherine B. Huff and Jesse W. Huff. Randy grew up in Westfield, NJ, and attended Westfield High School and The Pennington School, Pennington, NJ. Randy worked for Dupont for 23 1/2 years, both in Exton, PA, and in  Kennesaw, GA., until the plant closed. Subsequently, Randy worked for Sam’s Club and was looking forward to retirement and an active life with his family.

Randy was a gentle soul, a quiet responsible man, fiercely protective of his family, a great provider, a wonderful husband, and a thoughtful father.  Randy and Maricel were happily married for sixteen years. He loved overseeing and participating in his son’s activities, teaching him car basics. Randy loved the holidays and was a big fan of all technologies. He was also an enthusiastic sports fan, especially boxing, wrestling, and all types of car racing, especially his own. When this tragedy struck, it shocked the entire family. It was truly unexpected as Randy always appeared healthy, happy, and full of energy.

Memorial services will be held at 1:00 PM on Sunday, September 11, 2022, at NorthStar Church True North Bldg. 3413 Blue Springs Rd Kennesaw GA.

3 Comments To "Roger "Randy" Huff"

Dennis Tourangeau On Aug 30 2022 at 5pm
Randy and I were friends from 6th -12th grade. Following the summer of HS graduation, our life's journies never intersected again. I left for military service and never returned to Westfield for any lengthy duration. We shared some great experiences in Boy Scout Troop 172. Many after-school hours in HS found us in his [parents' basement or at Bill Bonsall's house boxing. I can picture Randy doing his version of the "Ali shuffle." He had skills. Pains me as a resident of GA that his last years located him only an hour north of me. Would have been cool to connect. Reply to this comment
Ingrid Stenbjorn On Aug 26 2022 at 12pm
I am so sad to learn of Randy's passing. We grew up in the same neighborhood, and we had many adventures and misadventures. He was cute, funny, fun and kind. Although it's been many years since I've seen him, I am terribly saddened by his sudden passing. My heartfelt condolences to his family and all those close to him. Reply to this comment
Ellen Wilhelms Roland On Aug 27 2022 at 8am
The Westfield High School Class of 1977 sends it deepest condolences and prayers of comfort to Randy's family and friends in Georgia. His many high school classmates will honor and remember his memory in our upcoming class reunion. May he rest in peace! With love from his classmates.
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