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Thomas J. Huddleston

Hot Springs, Arkansas

October 26, 1944 - May 5, 2024

Thomas J. Huddleston Obituary

Thomas J Huddleston was born October 26, 1944 to Dewey Almond and Nina Darby Huddleston in Hot Springs, Arkansas. He passed away suddenly of a heart attack on May 5, 2024, which was a surprise given he went to the doctor in 1984.


He worked thirty-years at the Featherlite glass and storm door manufacturing plant. He and Sue raised kids and grandkids while making custom ceramics. He NEVER missed a kid ballgame. Tommy loved old cars and Jeeps. He repaired and replaced many engines in his carport - both his vehicles and whatever broken down car a teenager happened to bring to his house.


Tommy was predeceased in death by his parents and two sisters (Thelma Gaither of Mountain Pine and Virginia Nelson of Minnesota).


He is survived by his wife of sixty-years, Sue George Huddleston; his son Joey (Jackie) Huddleston - grandchildren Talon Huddleston, Noah Huddleston, Wyatt Huddleston; daughter Sheila (Mike) Mayberry - grandchildren Marti-Kaye (Josh) Davis [great-grandchildren Jaxen and Jazmine], Jovi Conrad; daughter Kathi (Carl) Rangel - grandchildren Cameron (Beca) Herron [great-grandchildren Abel and Axel], Karli (Josh) Bradley; sister Edith Edwards; sister-in-law Connie Barksdale.


He left adoring nieces, nephews and young people that loved him and thought the world of him.


Visitation will be on Friday, May 10th at Caruth-Hale Funeral Home from 6-8 PM. A celebration of Tommy's life will be on Saturday, May 11th at 2 PM at Caruth-Hale Funeral Home with burial to follow at Pleasant Valley Cemetery.

To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Thomas J. Huddleston hosted by Caruth Hale Funeral Home.

Thomas J Huddleston was born October 26, 1944 to Dewey Almond and Nina Darby Huddleston in Hot Springs, Arkansas. He passed away suddenly of a heart attack on May 5, 2024, which was a surprise given he went to the doctor in 1984.


He worked thirty-years at the Featherlite glass and storm door manufacturing plant. He and Sue raised kids and grandkids while making custom ceramics. He NEVER missed a kid ballgame. Tommy loved old cars and Jeeps. He repaired and replaced many engines in his carport - both his vehicles and whatever broken down car a teenager happened to bring to his house.


Tommy was predeceased in death by his parents and two sisters (Thelma Gaither of Mountain Pine and Virginia Nelson of Minnesota).


He is survived by his wife of sixty-years, Sue George Huddleston; his son Joey (Jackie) Huddleston - grandchildren Talon Huddleston, Noah Huddleston, Wyatt Huddleston; daughter Sheila (Mike) Mayberry - grandchildren Marti-Kaye (Josh) Davis [great-grandchildren Jaxen and Jazmine], Jovi Conrad; daughter Kathi (Carl) Rangel - grandchildren Cameron (Beca) Herron [great-grandchildren Abel and Axel], Karli (Josh) Bradley; sister Edith Edwards; sister-in-law Connie Barksdale.


He left adoring nieces, nephews and young people that loved him and thought the world of him.


Visitation will be on Friday, May 10th at Caruth-Hale Funeral Home from 6-8 PM. A celebration of Tommy's life will be on Saturday, May 11th at 2 PM at Caruth-Hale Funeral Home with burial to follow at Pleasant Valley Cemetery.

To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Thomas J. Huddleston hosted by Caruth Hale Funeral Home.

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