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Mark Maxwell Huffman
December 11, 1966 ~ December 24, 2023 (age 57) 57 Years Old
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Mark Maxwell Huffman passed away peacefully at his home
on December 24, 2023, in Conyers, Georgia.
Born in Beaufort, South Carolina on December 11, 1966, Mark
spent his early childhood in Syracuse, New York before
moving to Florida around age 12. He graduated from
Sarasota High School in 1986, where he was a member of the
Mark joined the United States Air Force after graduation,
where he excelled and travelled to Japan. He served
proudly for 10 years, receiving an Air Force Achievement
Medal, Air Force Commendation Medal, as well as various
other service ribbons and awards.
After separating from the Air Force in 1999 at Moody Air
Force Base in Valdosta, Georgia, Mark made his home in
Atlanta, Georgia, where his career in warehousing operations
spanned 24 years.
Mark’s legacy carries on in his two sons, Marques (Jasmine)
Huffman and Emaun Huffman, as well as two grandsons,
Julian and Noah, and a sweet granddaughter, Aubrie, all
whom he loved immensely.
In addition to his sons and grandchildren, Mark is survived by
his mother, Dorothy Marshall, his father, Ronald Huffman,
stepmother, Lynda Huffman, and Siblings, Miles (Denise)
Clark, Cornel (MaryAnn) Huffman, Jay (Kellie) Clark, Denesa
Ford, and Justin Huffman. Mark is also lovingly remembered
by a large body of Aunts, Uncles, Nieces, Nephews, Cousins,
and a list of friends too lengthy to number.
Mark will forever be remembered as a man with a good
heart. He was a fun guy who had a good time wherever he
was. He loved being surrounded by family and friends,
eating good seafood, and listening to smooth jazz music. He
was a die-hard Buccaneers fan and never missed a chance
to see his prized Tampa Bay Bucs when they came to Atlanta.
(Go Bucs!). Mark will be laid to peacefully rest at the Sara-
sota National Cemetery in Sarasota, Florida in honor of his