Albert Carlton Huff of Lilburn, Georgia peacefully passed away on Saturday, March 30, 2019. Albert was born in Stone Mountain, Georgia on August 22, 1938. Albert is preceded in death by his parents, Travis & Emily Reeves Huff; brothers, Dilmus, Andrew, and Travis; Sister, Nellie; Son, Randle & Jimmy. Albert is survived by his wife, Gayla; son, Johnny; daughters, Lisa & Jillyn; sister, Gloria; grandchildren, Lori, Carl, Albert, John Travis, Josie, Hunter, Walker, Michael, Annalyn, Caitlyn; 7 great grandchildren; several nieces & nephews. Albert was a long time member of Harmony Grove UMC and retired from the Decatur Post Office. He enjoyed camping, fishing, and spending time with his family. Albert will be greatly missed. Services will be held at 3:00PM on Wednesday, April 3, 2019 at Harmony Grove United Methodist Church, 50 Harmony Grove Road Lilburn, GA 30047. Fellowship to follow service. Arrangements by Wages & Sons Funeral Home, 1031 Lawrenceville Highway Lawrenceville, GA 30046. 770-277-4550. Online condolences may be expressed at

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  1. My prayers are with all the family. Albert was my favorite cousin and I will miss him. Correction in obituary… His mother Emily (Sister) was a Reeves not a Smith.

  2. Albert was a special friend and he will be greatly missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. Love, Donnie & Debra Wright

  3. Terri,
    My deepest sympathy at this time of loss for you and the boys. Prayers for all….and thoughts of you all tomorrow at 3pm. Love, k

  4. Prayers and deepest sympathy during this difficult time for all of your family. Al was a great friend and he is probably enjoying fishing. He will be missed.

    Ray (Curly) Mills and Daughter Kaye Mills

  5. Gayla and family

    Charlie and I are remembering Al , mostly Charlie telling all his stories of their fun times together. Our thoughts and prayers to you and the family.
    Polly and Charlie Blalock

  6. Lisa, Gayla and family. I am so sorry for your loss. I always like him. He was a good man. Prayers for the whole family as you go through this most grievous time.

  7. Eulogy means “a good word.” Giving a eulogy is a way to honor a person’s life. I AM CERTAINLY NOT an expert on grief, but after losing my first born son almost 10 years ago I have learned that; Grief has no time limits or boundaries and will last for a lifetime, as you will always mourn the loss of time spent with a loved one who has left a footprint in your heart.
    I think we have to memorialize our loved one forever. Yesterday I think Mr. Huff’s son Johnny gave a great Eulogy to honor his father, as well as the other family members memorialized their beloved one in the highest regard! I know there really was nothing I or anyone could do to “fix” their sadness. There were no words we could say that would “fix” their broken hearts. But I do hope that the family has a peaceful feeling knowing that the loss of our loved ones is only a temporary separation of being and realize that just because we can’t see our loved ones doesn’t mean they aren’t with us. We are always connected in our heart. LOVE does not die! In Love there is NO separation of the heart and just because we can’t see our loved one it does not mean we can’t feel the continued love we have for them. Losing a loved one is different for all of us, but no matter how it comes; always and in all ways the Divine Plan is for us to continue to grow and evolve and wake up to the magnificent Being that lives eternally in our heart! Listening to Johnny speak yesterday about his wonderful father and how he took so long to tell every story he told with great detail and in a teaching way….I could only imagine these interesting stories as he would tell them from listening to Lisa share with me over the past several years, so many of his teachings, craftiness and loving actions. Embracing your grief and being present in your grief and loss I think is a key duty to get through the difficult time. May GOD Bless all the family and give you all peace and comfort knowing that one day you will see your precious loved one again!

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