Luvenia Huff
July 23, 1932 - January 8, 2021
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Norman Chapel at Spring Grove Cemetery
4521 Spring Grove Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45232
Thursday 1/14, 1:00 pm
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Norman Chapel at Spring Grove Cemetery
4521 Spring Grove Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45232
Thursday 1/14, 2:00 pm
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Spring Grove Cemetery
4521 Spring Grove Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45232

Luvenia Huff, affectionately known as “Honey, Venie, and Aunt Bebe”, was born on July 23, 1932 to Lucy and Lucious Huff in Cincinnati, Ohio, who preceded her in death. Luvenia received her wings to heaven on Friday, January 8, 2021. Luvenia was well loved by her family and friends. When ever you saw her, she…

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Jackie Watson Daniels left a message on June 9, 2021:
Sorrow May come today, but joy will find it’s way through the sunshine, cousin Honey’s smile was that sunshine, she was a loving daughter to her mother also a companion through life. I can remember when I would take the time just to give Aunt Lucy and Honey a phone call, I always said this is little Buddy and Eva’s granddaughter, Honey always recognized my voice the next question was how’s Bea & Vernon, so I would let them know, during Christmas I would send them a card, it’s nice to be thought of during the holidays, Aunt Bea, would do the same, giving them a call. Honey, was an Angel to anyone she could help or give advice to, Harold, would always be at the house, keeping them company, couldn’t get them to go to a family Reunion, they found comfort at home, talking about family, aunt Ruby’s bar-b-q, and everyone in Milledgeville, and don’t forget the babies the joy of their life their pet if I remember Harold would always have the poodle. But one thing I can say cousin’s Mitzi and Claude, was Honey’s greatest support, yes she had children Mitzi & Claude, they were there for their elder family members, May the light of LOVE and the RESPECT for their ELDER continue to shine on them. Honey, was at Peace a long time because “ALL WAS WELL WITHIN HER HEART,”and whatever a family member did it was truly appreciated,
Terri B. Lawrence left a message on January 14, 2021:
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Terri B. Lawrence left a message on January 14, 2021:
Honey was a beautiful person inside and out. One of the matriarchs of our family who will be truly missed. Her smile always lit up a room. She always lit up my heart.
Patricia Jenkins left a message on January 13, 2021:
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Patricia Jenkins left a message on January 13, 2021:
Cousin Honey! Loving soft spoken unless you crossed her then she would say Now wait a Moment now very stern. She loved her favored cousin Thelma’s food. The joy to listen to her when she read a good book or had a story to tell of something she believed in or read. She was very health conscious and always had a good herb to tell you about. She will be Missed! Love Cousin Pat from Florida.
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