Michael Charles Death, Obituary – Malta, Texas bids farewell to a beloved son, husband, father, and friend, Michael Charles Huggins, who peacefully departed on Sunday, September 3, 2023. His legacy is marked not only by his professional achievements but also by his unwavering dedication to his family, his faith, and his community.
As a skilled Boiler Operator at the Red River Army Depot, Michael’s work ethic and expertise were respected by all who had the privilege of working alongside him. He was not just a dedicated employee but also a devoted member of the Malta Baptist Church and an esteemed Mason. These affiliations underscored his commitment to service and the values he held dear.
Michael’s journey was shaped by the love and guidance of his parents, Crew and Dorothy Huggins, who preceded him in death. Their memory lives on through their remarkable son.
He leaves behind a loving family, including his wife, Michele Marbut Huggins, and their son, Mason Huggins, both of Malta, Texas. Michael’s memory will forever be cherished by his daughter, Shelby Daniels, of Ashdown, AR, and his son, Wyatt Huggins, of DeKalb, Texas. His presence will be missed by his three brothers: William Huggins of Longview, Texas, Bobby Huggins of Malta, Texas, and Rickie Huggins of Malta, Texas. Additionally, he is survived by three sisters: Pamela Roelke of Mountain Home, AR., Melinda Thomas of Hooks, Texas, and Debbie Huggins of Austin, Texas.
Michael’s zest for life extended to his hobbies, including his passion for restoring cars in his workshop and his enthusiasm for sprint car and dirt track racing. His joy was contagious, and the memories created with friends and family in his workshop will forever be treasured.
A memorial to honor Michael’s life will be arranged at a later date, providing an opportunity for his wife, family, friends, and the community to come together in remembrance of a remarkable man.
Michael Charles Huggins will be deeply missed, but his legacy of love, dedication, and friendship will continue to resonate in the hearts of those who knew and cherished him.