Rebecca (Becky) Ann Caldwell Huffman, 81, of Apple Valley, CA went home to be with our Lord on November 25, 2020. She was born April 5, 1939 in Staunton, Virginia to Marvin Huffman and Madge Christlene Sellers Huffman. Her survivng family members include her two daughters and one son-in-law, Amanda J. Caldwell Lewis and spouse Charles L. Lewis of Apple Valley, California, and Elizabeth A. Caldwell of Springdale, Arkansas. Her surviving siblings include two sisters and one brother, Regina M. Huffman Hammer of Lynchburg, Virginia, Judy D. Huffman Montgerard of Concord, N. Carolina, and William C. Huffman of Staunton, Virginia. She is also survived by her many grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews, including grandson Darek Boden and spouse Jennifer Boden of Etna, Wyoming, granddaughter Jessica Jennings, and spouse Nathan Jennings and daughter Abby Jennings of Fayetteville, Arkansas. Granddaughter Nicole Lewis, and her two sons, Cameron and Gavin Amrine of Apple Valley, California. Grandsons, Scott Jarvis of Springdale, Arkansas, Matthew Caldwell of Camden, Arkansas, and Jon-Arik Caldwell of Florida. She is also survived by grandson, Joshua Lewis and granddaughter, Amber Lewis both of Apple Valley, California. She was preceded in death by both of her parents, as well as, her son Bruce E. Caldwell Jr. Also preceding her in death were brothers, Randolf M. Huffman formerly of Raphine, Virginia, James G. Huffman formerly of Staunton Virginia, and her sister, Betty J.Huffman Christie formerly of Staunton, Virginia. Rebecca was a gradute of Wilson Memorial High School in Fishersville,Virginia, and a prior member of the United Brethren Church in McKinley, Virginia. She was an U.S. Air Force Veteran, and she lived for many years in the Panama Canal Zone. Upon returning to the United States from Panama, she worked as a CNA for the rest of her career, where she gave loving and compassionate care to many seniors throughout the years. She was an avid doll maker, who also loved to cross-stitch, and going to flea markets. She also greatly enjoyed cooking for her family and friends. We hold her close in our hearts, and she will be forever missed by all her who knew and loved her. A future memorial service is being planned.
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