Donald Huffman Obituary, Death Cause – After a lengthy struggle with lung cancer, Donald Garfield Huffman passed away in comfort on May 27, 2023, in the Lennox and Addington County General Hospital in Lennox and Addington County, Ontario. Since May 27, 2023, he has been a patient at the facility. During the last moments of his life, his loving son Matthew and the woman he had been married to for the previous 45 years, Marg, were by his side. He is not only the doting grandpa of Alex (Skye), Nick, and Taylen Donald, but he is also Taylen Donald’s great-grandfather. Taylen Donald was named after his great-grandfather. I am overjoyed to find out that I will also be the father of Adam (Alida), in addition to Matthew.
In addition to being Don Wales and Barbara Parks’s biological son, George Huffman and Barbara Parks’s stepson is also Don Wales and the late George Huffman’s stepson. His elder siblings Sharon (and Randy), Bob (and Debbie), Susan (and Jack), Brian (and Ann), and Dennis and Doug have all passed away before him. His younger siblings Dennis and Doug are still alive. His younger brothers Doug and Dennis had all passed away before to his passing. After his passing, the following individuals are his surviving siblings: Gerald, George, Larry (Cathy), Barry, Donna (Lenny), and Wayne. His sisters and brothers-in-law, in addition to his numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins, as well as other members of his extended family and friends, will remember him with affection and lament his departure.
Other members of his extended family and friends will also remember him with fondness and grieve his loss. You should now be able to find some peace, Donny, in the awareness that the love of the Lord is around you at this difficult time and providing support for you. On the afternoon of Sunday, June 4, between the hours of one and five o’clock in the afternoon, the memorial ceremony for Donny will be conducted at the Selby Hall. Everyone in the family as well as all of their close acquaintances is invited to attend the event. Donations in his memory may be made to the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital by any of his friends who would choose to do so in his honor.