Thomas Huggins

Thomas “Tommy” Brian Huggins, Jr., 33, of Dilliner, Pa., died unexpectedly Sunday, May 6, 2018, at JW Ruby Memorial Hospital.  Born in Morgantown, on Nov. 29, 1984, he was a son of Thomas Brian Huggins, Sr., of Dilliner, and Amanda Cline of Moatsville.

A 2003 graduate of Mapletown High School, he also graduated from ITT Tech in 2006 with an Associates Degree in drafting.  He was a member of the First Baptist Church of Dunkard, and was faithfully attending the Beth Haven Baptist Church.  He was an avid hunter and fisherman, but coon hunting was his passion.  Tommy was a member of the Greene County Coonhunters, and the West Virginia Coonhunters Assoc. in Marshville.  He attended coon hunts all over the country, and his greatest achievement in hunting was his Grand Nite Champion “Sam”.

In addition to his mother and father, Tommy is survived by his wife, Racheal (Carey) Huggins; a daughter, Peyton; step-father, Curtis Cline; his in-laws, James and Emmy Carey of Davistown, Pa.; brothers, Jacob Huggins, Jeremiah Cline, Zachary Cline, Troy Carey, Robert Self and Jonathan Maskil; sisters, Hayley Cline, Beth Ann Stoneking, Falisia Self, Jamie Carey and Brianna Carey; his maternal grandparents, Willard and Mary Jane Bolyard and paternal grandparents, Paul and Phyllis Huggins, all of Dilliner;   aunts and uncles, Steve and Carletta Huggins, Bob and Charlene Mitchell, Paul Huggins and Pauline Cuellar; and several nieces, nephews, cousins and extended family.
He was a devoted husband, father and son, and a friend to all.  His pride and joy was his precious daughter, Peyton.

He was preceded in death by uncle, Roger Frost; cousin, Justin Frost; grandmother, Margaret Pauley and grandfather, Raymond Cline.

Friends will be received in the Richard R. Herod Funeral Home, from 4-8 p.m., on Friday, May 11, and at the First Baptist Church of Dunkard, in Taylortown,  from noon-2 p.m., on Saturday, May 12,  with the hour of service to follow  with Pastor David Coe officiating.  Interment follows in Fairview Cemetery, Taylortown.

Memorials, in lieu of flowers, may be offered to the family at 501 Morgantown Street, Point Marion, PA  15474.