Lavon Charlotte Huckabay
On Feb. 17, 2021, Lavon Charlotte Huckabay was called home to be with her beloved husband in Heaven.
Lavon was born Feb. 24, 1948; six days from celebrating her 73rd birthday. Lavon was born in Spokane to Eleanor and Gustave Peterson, she was the only child born into this marriage.
Due to COVID her family was not able to be with her the past month as she was in the hospital.
Lavon lived most of her life in Spokane, and then moved to Montana which truly became her home.
Lavon was well known for her Christmas boxes of goodies she would make every year, her cooking for a crowd even if there was only a few, her quilts, cross stitching, love, kind heart and soul.
Lavon enjoyed traveling, camping, and to be with her family. Lavon was a friend to all that met her and would lend a hand when she was able.
Lavon lived for her grandbabies and her great grandbabies, they were her world.
Lavon was a true survivor, she had beat cancer, lived with congestive heart failure for years, along with many other ailments. She was a true fighter right until the end. She fought until she could not fight anymore.
Lavon is survived by her children, Keith Huckabay (Bonnie) of Dayton, Washington, Lynnann Huckabay of Plains, Montana, and Nawatha Campbell (Prentiss) of Plains, Montana. Lavon is also survived by her grandchildren Christopher Campbell (Krista) of Blackfoot, Idaho, Kelli Davis (Dallas) of Hot Springs, Montana, Austin Campbell (Phillip) of Sidney, Montana, Aaron Campbell (Blayze) of Paradise, Montana, and Katie Ann Yavonne (unknown).
Our mom held a special place in lots of hearts and many others called her “mom” or“grandma.”
Lavon is also survived by her great grandbabies: Alexa, Ryan and Tegan Campbell all of Blackfoot, Idaho, and Edyn Hazel Davis of Hot Springs, Montana.
Lavon was proceeded in death by her husband and love of her life Robert Huckabay in 2012, her parents Eleanor and Gustave Peterson as well as her grandparents, and twin grandbabies she never got to love and hold and several cousins who whom were like her siblings.
There will be a memorial service this spring with details to be announced at a later time.