Jerry K. Huckabee
Published 11:01 am Monday, July 27, 2020
Jerry K. Huckabee, of Demopolis, and Albertville Alabama, was born Feb. 11, 1959 and went to be with his Lord and Savior Saturday July 4, 2020 at the age of 61. There will be a Memorial Service held at Memorial Garden Cemetery in Demopolis Alabama on Thursday, July 16, 2020 at 10 a.m. until 11 a.m. Jerry is survived by his loving wife Donna Huckabee, his two sons: Brian Huckabee (Sonja) of Hartselle Al, Thomas Huckabee (Jamie) of Graysville Alabama, Five grandchildren: Brayden, Logan, Zachary, Westin, and Morgan Huckabee, Two Grandchildren by love: Aubrey, and Corbin Bozeman, his two brothers: Grover C. Huckabee III of Kennesaw, Georgia, and Larry M. Huckabee of Demopolis, Nine nieces and nephews, eight great nieces and nephews, one great-great-niece who were all like second children and grandchildren to him.
Jerry was a caring person who lived a life of service, not only to his community and family, as a firefighter, but also as a Safety Engineer for several different firms across the United States, but also abroad until his forced retirement in 2013. Jerry had many interesting stories about his travels to places like Kazakhstan, Germany’s Black Forest, and Angola on the West Coast in Southern Africa. Jerry was a talented craftsman, mechanic, and all around handyman who could take just about anything he got his hands on and fix it. If Jerry couldn’t fix it then it truly was broken and had no hope. Jerry was a member of the First United Methodist Church, The North American Goldwing Association, The Warriors Watch Riders, an avid hunter, fisherman, and outdoorsman. Of all of these loves and hobbies there was only one that was greater than being outdoors, and that was Alabama Football! Jerry was born a Bama fan and he lived his life as a Bama fan!
Jerry was preceded in death by his Parents Grover C. Huckabee Jr. “Huck” Mary Louise Huckabee, and his second mother Sarah D. Huckabee, and his uncle: Thomas Deloach
Dr. Randall E. Ingram Officiating
Carr Funeral Home Guntersville, Alabama directing.
In lieu of flowers please make donations payable to The Kidney Foundation, and/or to The Liver Foundation in Jerry’s honor.