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June Huff
  • Passed away on October 20, 2022

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June Laughridge Smyre Huff passed away Thursday, October 20, 2022 at UF Health The Villages Hospital, The Villages,FL.

June was born on September 6, 1938 in Greenville, SC. June was the daughter of the late William F. and Wilma Ruff Laughridge. She handled Accounts Payable for Seven Eleven Corporation and later for Litho Industries in Raleigh, NC. She moved to Leesburg, FL in 2009 and then to The Villages, FL in 2011.

She is survived by her husband, Harold W. Huff, Sr., The Villages, FL; son, James Clyde Smyre, III ( Ronnie Conklin) of Leesburg, FL; daughter, Kimberly Smyre Carter (Larry) of Clayton, NC; son, Paul Smyre (Brad Batch) of Garner, NC; son, Mike Smyre (Missy) of Raleigh, NC; stepson, Harold Huff, Jr. of Sharon, PA; stepson, Kenny Huff (Rhonda) of The Villages, FL.; sister, Althea Noble (Chuck Noble, d.), sister-in-law, Linda and Jean Laughridge; numerous step-grandchildren and great grandchildren; numerous nieces,nephews and other relatives and many friends.

Besides her parents, she was preceded in death by her first husband, James Clyde Smyre, Jr.; brothers, William Laughridge, Jr. (Dorothy, d.), Ralph Laughridge, Howard Laughridge ( Ruby,d.); sisters, Ann Laughridge Cox (Frank Cox, d.), Joan Laughridge Acor (Lee Acor, d.)

A private Celebration of Life will take place in The Villages, FL. In lieu of flowers please donate to The American Cancer Society or a charity of your choice.


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  1. Sarah Latt says:
    03 Nov 2022
    June, I cannot believe you are gone and I am so sad. We grew up together as cousins and went to school together. I have so many memories we shared . I will always love and cherish all the times we had together. Although we didn’t see each other often, you were always in my thoughts and prayers. Give Jack and Jim a hug for me and will see you soon!

  2. Mary Graden says:
    30 Oct 2022
    Miss June you were one of the sweetest and nicest moms around. You made all of that came over feel at home. You will be missed.

  3. Ken Huff says:
    26 Oct 2022
    June,
    It was a short time that we knew you. You were a blessing to us when you came into Dad's life, and became more than special to us as well. We will miss you terribly. You gave love unconditionally, and one could not help but love you in return. There will be a void in our lives,and it cannot be filled. But we will see you again, someday. And when we meet again, have the rumicube tiles ready for us all. What a time we will have. The laughter and commentaries can then be renewed. Rest in the heavenly peace that you have earned and deserve. Know that those of us left behind will love, cherish and guard your memory.
    With our deepest love end honor to you,
    Ken, Rhonda and Nick Huff

  4. Paul Smyre says:
    25 Oct 2022
    Love you always, Mom.
    We will miss you terribly.
    Hope you are having a great reunion with everyone there!
    Love, Paul
    Your favorite son!! LOL

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