Margaret Anne Byrd Huffman

December 27, 1925 ~ June 25, 2016

Margaret Anne Byrd Huffman, 90, of Limestone, died June 25, 2016 at Cornerstone Village in Johnson City. Margaret Anne was a native of Johnson City and a lifelong resident of Washington County. She lived all 62 years of her married life in Limestone. She lived at Cornerstone Village (formerly Appalachian Christian Village) the past several years. She was the daughter of Richard M. and Allie Ruble Byrd of Johnson City. Mr. Byrd owned and managed Byrd?s Welding and Radiator Shop on West Market Street. She was a graduate of Henry Johnson Elementary School, Science Hill High School, and East Tennessee State College (now University). For many years, she taught in the Washington County School System at West View Elementary School in Limestone. She was a long-time member of Limestone United Methodist Church, the Limestone Garden Club, and the Washington County Home Demonstration Club. She loved her family and making a home for them; she enjoyed cooking, traveling, and the mountains. Margaret Anne was preceded in death by: her parents, in 1980; husband, Carrol S. Huffman, in 2010; son, Richard S. Huffman, in 1970; one sister, Betty Jean Byrd, who died at birth in 1927. Survivors include: her daughter, Suzanne Huffman and son-in-law August Schilling, of Southlake, TX; many cousins and extended family and friends also survive. The family would like to express their heart-felt appreciation to the wonderful staff of Johnson City Medical Center and Cornerstone Village for their skill and kindness and care. The family wishes to thank special caregiver, Candice Gaddy, for extraordinarily tender care, love and respect for Margaret Anne in her final years. Margaret Anne will be buried at Urbana Cemetery in Limestone in a private service. Memorials may be made to Limestone United Methodist Church, 189 Opie Arnold Road, Limestone, TN 37681 or to Cornerstone Village, 2012 Sherwood Drive, Johnson City, TN 37601.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Thinking of you in the loss of your mother and wishing you good memories and peace.

  2. Anonymous says:

    I was sorry to hear of your mother’s having passed last evening. I had just gotten a promise from Mom that she would allow me to take her to see her when I visit later this month. She is 87 now, using a walker all of the time. I remember how much your mother came to resemble your grandmother in appearance as the years passed, as mine does her mother. We would have sent flowers if we had known. Your parents were lovely people. Now, they are two of the new stars in the night sky. May peace and love surround you and yours always. Louise’s child, Mary Belle

  3. Anonymous says:

    Sorry to learn of Mrs Huffman passing. She was a beautiful person. She was always so warm and caring. Jolene Walters

  4. Anonymous says:

    I went all the way through school with Margaret Anne. Please accept my most sincere condolences.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Suzanne, Sorry to hear of your mother’s passing. Your dad and Mother were such wonderful people.

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