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Paul Alan Huffman

Paul Alan Huffman, 75, of Grants Pass died Saturday, Sept. 3, 2022, at home.

Paul was born on April 28, 1947, and graduated from Grants Pass High School in 1965. He married Francis Hyde; they then had a daughter, Dawn Michelle, in 1967. They later divorced. In 1976, he married Rutha Ann Mason (Poindexter) and became a dad to James David and Carolyn Ann Mason. He and Ann later had a son, Zachary Paul. They were married for 44 wonderful years.

Paul loved driving log trucks (#78) for R. B. Slagle and working in the woods with all the crews. He was a loyal and dedicated friend and employee. He was a volunteer firefighter with the Rural Fire Department where he served honorably. He also volunteered with the Boy Scouts of America, holding several positions including Assistant Scout Master of Troop 22 Roaring Rogue district. He and Ann spent many years mentoring the boys, sharing in their growth and having fun with them.

Paul was a family man through and through; he was a dedicated husband and father who loved spending time with his wife and kids. He also enjoyed being outdoors and collecting gemstones/rocks.

Paul is survived by his wife, Ann; daughters, Carolyn Mason (Liz) and Dawn Huffman-Gudzan (Kevin); son, Zachary; and three grandchildren, Ryder, Meagan, and Jacob. A memorial for immediate family will take place at a later time.

Paul is preceded in death by his son, James; parents, William Oscar Huffman and Margaret Evelyn Huffman (Whitinger); and brother, James William Huffman.

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A candle was lit in memory of Paul Huffman

Dallas Oct 6 2022 3:23 PM

A candle was lit in memory of Paul Huffman

Rhandi Sep 12 2022 10:20 AM

Pops- missing you a lot today. I miss catching up on Ancient Aliens and Ghost Stories; guess you know the truth now, huh? You sure did a good job of raising us kids, we didn't turn out too bad. Thanks for being a great dad. See you on the other side.

“Sissy” Sep 12 2022 12:57 AM