Edgar Huff, 90, died March 2 at his home in North Vernon, Ind.
Born at Linefork, he was a son of the late John Davis Huff and Nancy Catherine Blair.
He was a retired inspector after 20 years at Cummins Engine Company in Columbus, Ind. He had previously worked for Jefferson Proving Grounds in Jefferson County, Ind., and Ohio Glass Works in Toledo, Ohio, and was a log truck driver in Kentucky.
Huff was a member of the First Baptist Church in North Vernon and the Diesel Workers Union. He attended Kingdom Come School and was a U.S. Air Force veteran of World War II. He enjoyed being outdoors, hunting and fishing.
Funeral services were held March 7 at the First Baptist Church in North Vernon. Burial was in the Vernon Cemetery.
Surviving are his wife, Della Frances Mitcham; a son, Kenneth Dean Huff and wife Cathy; brothers, Loyd Rodney Huff and Lindell Gail Huff, both of Linefork; James Waylon Huff, North Vernon, Ind.; Wendell Caleb Huff, Columbus, Ind.; and Dale Keith Huff, London; sisters, Ann Gwendolyn Farmer, Crete, Ill.; Grace Detta Parrott, Lynch; and Sylvia Allene Foley, Bronston; grandchildren, John Edgar Huff, North Vernon, and Jessica Renee Floyd and husband Aaron, Seymour, Ind.
He was preceded in death by three brothers, Clarence Huff, Elmo Huff and Gary Wallen Huff, and four sisters, Mae Ison, Monetta Ison, Susie Cornett, and Vivian Faye Halcomb.