Kenneth E. Huff

October 08, 1959 ‒ February 18, 2020

Ashland, Ohio

ASHLAND: Kenneth E. Huff passed away Tuesday, February 18, 2020, in Ohio Health Mansfield Hospital surrounded by his family. He was 60.

He was born October 8, 1959, in Ashland to parents Raymond & Mary (Ritchie) Huff. Ken stayed in the Ashland area for the majority of his life and most recently worked for Atlas Bolt and Screw.

Throughout the years Ken enjoyed fishing, anywhere he could throw a line in, and being outdoors. He could normally be found sitting in the woods, drinking coffee, and feeding the squirrels. Ken appreciated the simple aspects of life and will be missed greatly by those who love him.

Ken is survived by his wife Tammy Huff; his mother Mary Huff; daughter Jody (Christopher) Shaum and daughter Lisa Seltzer; step-children Stephen Goetz Jr., Terri Goetz, Tyler Goetz, and Brooke Goetz; grandchildren Lauren Shaum, Lucas Shaum, Morgan Reber, Megan Bresson, and Devan Bresson; great-grandson Carson Klein; siblings Keith (Kathy) Huff, Kevin Huff, and Karen (Dan) Huff-Wynn; and longtime friend Roger Marra.

Ken was preceded in death by father, Raymond Huff.

Ken’s family will receive friends Saturday, February 22, 2020, from 1 to 3 p.m. in the Snyder Funeral Home- Lindsey Chapel, 123 N. Market Street, Loudonville, OH 44842, with a funeral service immediately following at 3 p.m. Roger Marra will speak.

Contributions in Ken’s memory to the American Cancer Society may be made at the funeral home.

Snyder Funeral Home- Lindsey Chapel is honored to serve Ken’s family and encourage you to share a fond memory or message of condolence to them at SnyderFuneralHomes.com

  • Tammy,
    My deepest sympathy to you and the rest of Ken’s family. Roger shared with me how much you and Ken loved each other and that was sure evident in the last two months. Ken and Roger had a friendship that not a lot of people experience. My thoughts and prayers will continue to be with all of you.
    Love,
    Vickie

  • Our daughter, Alayna, had TERRIBLE stranger danger as a child!! She would SCREAM like crazy if anyone besides mommy or daddy came near her! Then, we had a family gathering at Mohican Lodge! Uncle Ken went up to her to say hi and she reached her arms up! He picked her up! She giggled and hugged him as they walked around the lodge! Jason and I were in absolute awe! People have often asked me why I thought she warmed up to him so quickly! The answer is……because she knew Uncle Ken would keep her safe!! He was a protector! Just like her daddy!! She knew that Uncle Ken would keep her safe!

  • As a friend of Roger’s we have heard so much about Ken. Keeping you in my prayers at this time. So sorry for your loss.

  • Roger I am so sorry for the loss of your “brother”. Also, condolences to the family. He fought the good fight and will be waiting for your arrival. Colleen Milligan (friend of Roger)

  • Tammy,
    So sorry for your loss. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

    Love,
    Aunt Dianne