Morgan Wynn Huff

Born in Washington, DC on December 3, 1926

Departed on April 13, 2013 and resided in Smyrna, TN

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HUFF, Morgan Wynn, born December 3, 1926 in Washington, D.C., passed away peacefully in his sleep on April 13, 2013. He was preceded in death by his parents, George W. Huff Indian Head, MD and Marion M. Miller Sykesville, MD, and Nellie E. Herron Nashville, TN and Pamela K. Sullivan Knoxville, TN. He served in the U.S. Navy during World War II as an aviation radioman and received the Pacific and Atlantic Theater ribbons, the Victory Medal and combat air crew insignia. He graduated from the University of Maryland in 1950 with a BA in Business Administration, and afterwards began his career in computer technology with the Remington Rand Corp. in California and the new UNIVAC system. In 1959 he and his family moved to Nashville where he was responsible for bringing this new technology to the Life and Casualty Insurance Co. He retired from American General Life Insurance Company as Vice President of Data Processing in 1987 after 30 years of service. In Nashville Mr. Huff was active in the community as a member of Hillwood Country Club, the Sertoma Club, a 32nd degree Mason and member of St. George's Episcopal Church. While living in Lakeland, Florida he was a member of All Saints Episcopal Church, Stephen's Ministry, and the Prime Time Curtain Players. Mr. Huff is survived by his beloved wife of 46 years, Evelyn; sister Margery H. Henney Bethesda, MD; brother Roger W. Huff California; children, Lisa H. Eason, Gregory W. Huff, and Kelly H. Parker Mike, Sandra Pharris, Harry Sullivan Marcia, and Larry Sullivan Pam; grandchildren, Rachel E. Webb Corum, Emily Eason, Madaleine Huff, Jennifer Johnson, Richard Johnson IV, Jessica J. Robidou Eric, Benjamin Johnson, Morgan Johnson, Kimberley Parker, Marty Pharris, Melanyee Scott Donny, Harrison Sullivan, Elisabeth Sullivan, Ashley Sullivan, Rebekah Sullivan and Alicia Sullivan; great-grandchildren Megan Scott, Rease Sullivan, Ryleigh Sullivan and many nieces and nephews. A Memorial service will be held on Friday, April 19, 2013 at 11:00am with visitation beginning at 10 am. An inurnment with military honors will follow at Harpeth Hills Memory Gardens. Donations may be made to the American Cancer Society. All visitation and services to be held at HARPETH HILLS FUNERAL HOME 9090 Hwy. 100 Nashville, TN 615-646-9292

10 Comments to Morgan Wynn Huff

  1. Melanyee Scott says:

    I will miss my wonderful grandfather. He taught me how to play some great card games and he took me and my family on some great trips when I was younger. He was a sweet, kind gentle man and he could tell some great jokes. I don’t know how he could remember them all. I know he is in heaven and at peace. Love Melanyee

  2. Ed Lankford says:

    My condolences to Evelyn and the family. I worked with/for Morgan for his entire time at Life and Casualty / American General Life and Casualty. I talked at length with him at the Reunion Of Old Friends last Fall. We hashed over good times and had a few laughs. I will always remember him as my friend.


  3. Martha Slagle says:

    Please accept my sympathy for your loss. I know all of you will miss Morgan greatly.

    Martha Slagle

  4. Paul Prince says:

    Morgan Huff was an inspirational and important member of the Cypress Lakes communitty in Lakeland Florida. He entertained us on stage and educated us off stage, He was my mentor as President of the Curtain Time Players and served as a model for all the members. We will all remember him with love and affection and cherish his memory.

  5. JoAnne Bonifield says:

    Morgan served our community as president of our homeowners association but I remember him best for his performances in the annual talent show. He and Evelyn were so much fun to watch onstage and great friends off the stage as well. He was a great guy.

  6. Kathy Hummel says:

    I will miss Uncle Moe greatly. He will continue to be one of the most important people and influences in my life. I have experienced him transform a whole room full of grieving relatives into a room full of laughing ones. He was so intelligent and so talented, a wonderful entertainer and joke-teller, who was very dedicated. The canary yellow he liked to wear was just great! He is truly someone to celebrate.

  7. pat capozzi says:

    I WORKED with Morgon at the auto auction in lakeland we use to drive to work once a month to go to orlando
    isend his family my sorrow for his passing i will say a prayer for him at sunday mass RESTin peace my friend

  8. Art Halperin says:

    I knew Morgan as a neighbor,fellow golfer,and a collegue at Lakeland Auto Auction. My sincere condolances to his wife & family.
    See you on the other side.

  9. Frank Martinoli says:

    I send my sincere condolences on your loss.
    I knew Morgan at work and he was a good person to be around. Always courteous and steady.

  10. Audrey B. Banzhaf says:

    Dear Huff family, Sorry to hear of Morgans passing. He was a great guy especially when acting with the Cypress Lakes Curtain Time Players. Morgan had such a beautiful voice when telling his unforgetable jokes and parts in the plays that were such a great sucess,he was well liked for his gentleness and kindness. Love to Evelyn we all miss you. Sincere Sympathy Audrey Banzhaf Cypress Lakes Lakeland Fl