Lillian (Hyde) Huff age 79, of Louisville went to be home with her Lord and Savior on August 20,2022
She was born on December 1st,1942 in Stecoah, NC to the late Winston and Hester (Martin) Hyde. Lillian was a proud graduate of the Perry High School class of 1961. No matter the circumstances, Lillian made the best of everything and enjoyed life to the fullest. Her greatest joy was her family. She had a passion for spreading the word of the Lord to everyone she met, also she enjoyed gardening and crafts. Some of her fondest memories were family vacations and children, her former husband.
Lillian is survived by her Daughter and Son-in -Law Deborah (Walter)Wyler of East Canton and Son and Daughter in Law Michael (Barbara) Huff of Louisville, and Adopted Daughter Gina (Jon)Berry of Alliance. Also surviving are her grandchildren Andrew (Holly)Kessler, Kaitlyn Wyler, Kayla, Emma and Ava Huff, and Joseph and Joshua Conrad, and special adopted grandson Kayden Phillips. She is also survived by her sisters Nancy (Ronnie) Rorrer, Dorothy Hamilton, Brenda(John) Kross, and Anita Radsick, and sister in law Terry Hyde. She also has many nieces, nephews, and friends.
She is preceded in death by the father of her children Eugene C. Huff, and brothers John, Raymond, and Kenneth Hyde, sister Annette Piatko, infant sister Mary Hyde and son-in-law Brian Kessler.
Family will receive friends on Thursday August 25,2022 from 6pm-8pm at Louisville Christian Church 1800 South Chapel Street Louisville, Ohio 44641. And The funeral will be at 11am on August 26th,2022 with Pastor Rick Brown Officiating. Burial will follow after the service at Sunset Hills Memorial Gardens.
Lilly would come into the alliance dollar tree with her daughter Gina and seeing her always made our day. We looked forward to her visits and loved talking to her and helping her shop. My condolences to her family at this time. She will be truly missed by all of us. Forever your dollar tree girls. We will love you always
I worked at the nursing home that Lillian resided at. She was so kind to everyone and had a beautiful demeanor about her. I called her my little Lil. I will never forget you, love you sweetie….
She loved you all! Thank you for your kindness to her!!!❤️
Thank you. She loved everyone, And she loved her Dollar Tree Girls. She truly will be missed . The lord has a Amazing Angel. Thanks Dedra for always being so kind and loving towards her . It means a lot
Our condolences to all of Lil’s family. I always remember seeing her at Jane and Kenny’s house. Such a kind soul.
Charlie and Sue Theiss
I remember the first day I met your Mom. She came into The Stables to introduce herself and brought in pictures of both Debbie and Michael. She was so proud of both of you. We always had a great conversation and many laughs. It was a real pleasure to know your Mom. I know she will be missed but always remembered. Prayers, thoughts and hugs!