#TeamJustinForever Headstone Fund

On March 19, 2020, the beautiful shining light in my life and heart  went out. As with so many this past year, my son, Justin Huff, passed away after a life filled with love and joy and friendship. He was born with a heart defect, and at the age of three weeks old, he suffered a cardiac arrest that would change his life forever due to leaving him with multiple disabilities. But along with those disabilities, he had a spirit and an unconditional love that would outshine the pain and constant worry about how fragile his health was. 

During the final few years, we had to place him on hospice. I found that while I spent so many years praying he didn't pass away in his sleep, once he was on hospice, I was praying that he would pass away quietly in his sleep-that it wouldn't be a painful passing for him. 

On March 19th, he did just that.  He slipped away quietly and got his angel wings from God. 

Originally, we did have enough insurance to purchase a beautiful headstone for him. However, a financial situation came up requiring me to have to use those funds to stay in the home where he had spent almost half his life. 

I now find that we are, like most people, living paycheck to paycheck, and the hopes of being able to save enough money to get his headstone seems near impossible. 

Any additional funds raised over the cost of the stone will be donated to help someone like him attend a convention they would not be able to attend without help. If money over the amount needed is raised, I will be reaching out to one of the conventions he attended to set that up. 

I am not one who can easily ask others for financial help, but I am asking for help this one time.
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Tammy Huff 
Martinsville, IN