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Emma Maxine Huff
26 Apr 1928 - 04 Mar 2006
© Davis Funeral Home
Reprinted with permission

Emma Maxine Huff passed away Saturday, March 4, 2006, in Cushing, Oklahoma at the age of 78 years.

She was married to Clyde Charles Huff in 1946, he passed away in Yale in 1980 after 34 years of marriage.

She was preceded in death by one son, Charles Huff of Big Spring, Texas and one grand-daughter, Ashlee Huff of Oilton.

Maxine is survived by two sons, Tim Huff and Tammy of Cushing and Clyde Junior and Karen Huff of Claremore; grandchildren, Desiree’ and Bryan of Big Spring, Texas and Naomi and Nathan of Claremore and Amy and Brandi of Cushing; four great-grandchildren; sisters, LaVerne, Carolyn and Jodie; one brother, Eddy Dale and her loving companion of many years Bill Exton of Cushing.

She will be sorely missed by many whose lives she has touched over the years with her dry wit and humor.

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