Chris was such a cheerful young man , who carried a huge load on his shoulders . I always enjoyed him ,Kelly and Valerie coming to our house,we were neighbors . My thoughts and prayers are with the family.
To the Family of Christopher E. “Huffy” Huffman,
So sorry to learn about the loss of your Dear Loved One, Christopher. Please know that so many people share your grief with you to help you through this difficult time of sorrow. Please accept my deepest condolences as we await the time when Christ Jesus will awaken all those who have fallen asleep in death; including your Beloved, Christopher.
Huffy you have no idea how much you meant to our whole family. You endured more than almost everyone I know and yet never complained. I truly admired you for everything you went through day after day. We will always miss you and will see you again someday. I’m so glad you’re pain free now. We shared birthdays one day apart and I’ll always remember yours is the day after mine.
We will miss you.
Vicki Broshears Pinnell & Mark Pinnell
I’m sorry to see A good friend leave so early in life. He will be missed. I always had a good time when I was around Chris. My only regret is not going fishing with Chris the last time I was in the Evansville area. Love you Brother!!! RIP!!!
My heart goes out to your family. I didnt get to see Chris much while we lived in Indiana but what time i did he was an awesome guy. I really loved getting to know you . May you R.I.P. Chris on those streets of gold in Paradise. You will be missed
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Christopher E. “Huffy” Huffman, 57, of Newburgh, Indiana passed away August 30, 2018 in Newburgh. He was born October 18, 1960 son of Jerry Eugene & Shirley Ann Huffman in Culver City, California.
He had a love for car and boat racing and motorcycle riding. He had also been in a few movies, but he was known for his avid love for Harley-Davidson. His whole life, he rode bikes; dirt bikes in early life and then graduated to motorcycles. After his high school graduation, he and his wife moved back to his home state of California. That is where he pursued his education to become a master “Journeyman” machinist where he specialized in research and development work on space shuttles. He worked on the pit crew of The Red Barron Blown Fuel Hydro Boat and was especially proud of his work on the Black Hawk Helicopter.
He is survived by his wife of 38 years, Lisa Williams Huffman; siblings, Kelley Huffman Greer of Newburgh, Indiana, Travis Huffman of California, Tim Huffman of California, Josh Huffman of Maryland, Julie Taft of Missouri, Mia Huey of California, and Mike Churney of Californa; best friend, Brian Broshears; and many beloved family and special friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents; beloved sister, Valerie Huffman Gray; and grandmothers, Hazel Booker and Dorothy McMahon.
There will be a memorial service held at a later date announced via Facebook.
For those who wish, memorial contributions may be given to Christopher Huffman’s memorial Facebook page by visiting the link: https://www.facebook.com/donate/791138617723185/.
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