Linda McClung (Huhn)

Linda McClung (Huhn)


1947 - 2019

Linda "Lin" Mary (McClung) Huhn, died surrounded by family at home in Conway, SC on February 4, 2019.  Lin was born in Clarksburg, WV on September 5, 1947 to James C. and Mary R. (Whyte) McClung.  She married Robert "Bob" A. Huhn in 1970.  Lin is survived by her mother, Mary McClung; husband, Bob; children, Kurt A. Huhn (Karin), Tricia L. Rawnsley (Andrew), Elizabeth "Liz" B. Huhn, and Margaret "Maggie' Jasmin (Reya); and grandchildren, Jordan, Garrett, Devon, MacKenzie, Geoffrey, Colton, Kevin, Aiden, Emma, James, and Alex; siblings, Mike Kathy, and Jim; and Bob's siblings, Bill, Nancy, and Patricia and their families.  Lin's dogs were as important to her as her human family.  She is reunited with Bozo, Mick, Heidi, and Zeeva in Heaven and is survived by Xena, Ariel, and Maia.  She was preceded in death by her brother John and his wife Lori, her father James, and Bob's brother Don, sister-in-law Patti, mother Catherine and father Alexander.  A memorial service will be held at a later time, after her family has prepared a fitting celebration of life.

Published in The Columbus Dis[atch on Feb. 10, 2109

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02/10/19 02:18 PM #1    

David Koob


    I am SO sorry to hear that Linda has passed way. I can't imagine your loss. Even though she is in a better place it does little to ease your family's pain. Jo and I will keep all of you in our prayers.

    Seeing Linda's picture from High School brought back many fond memories. God bless and keep you.

Dave Koob

02/11/19 12:31 PM #2    

Judith Stein

Bob, I am so sorry to hear of Linda's passing.  My sincere sympathy to you and your entire family.


02/11/19 06:53 PM #3    

John Schmelzer

Dear Bob and family,

I am sadden to learn of Lin's passing. I will keep Lin, you and your family in my prayers. God bless all of you.


02/12/19 02:24 PM #4    

Katherine Hoessly (Cullinan)

Dear Bob and Family,

I am so sorry to hear of Linda's passing . . . she was surely the light of your life.  My memories of Linda from St. Michael's were of a quiet, talented artist - it is good to know that she was able to continue that throughout her life.  I also remember sleeping outside without a tent - just under the stars - in her backyard, and in dancing with a boy for the first time - to "Moon River" - on her patio. You will all be in my prayers.




02/13/19 07:55 AM #5    

Dominic (Dan) Hanket

So sory to hear about Linda's passing, Bob.  Linda and her family moved into St. Michael's parish toward the end of our 8 years at the school  I can't imagine coming in to such a strict parish with daily mass, long Lenten services, and strict social codes - but Linda arrived and immediately made such a positive contribution to the class and school. We "lifers" immediately adopted her.  With her genuine caring, upbeat demeanor, and quiet sense of humor, she was a class favotie.  Prayers for you and family.  

02/22/19 10:56 PM #6    

Christopher Lind

I remember that smile.

After all these years.

Summer of 63 maybe, at a party at somebody's house.

All St. Michaels's kids.... except me.

Her smile was infectious.

And I remember that about Linda.


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