April 17, 1924 — March 21, 2012
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Annie left us to be with her beloved Jesus, Mother Mary and her Father in Heaven after a long illness on March 21, 2012, in Cameron Park, Calif. God saw her suffering on this first day of Spring and called her home to see the beautiful spring blooms in his eternal garden. She was born in Visalia, Calif., and lived to be 87 years old.
It is safe to say that she was met at the Gates of Heaven by her sons, Mark and Matthew Huestis; her granddaughter, Jessica Huestis; her sisters, Mamie, Betty and Angie; her brothers, Joe Jr. and Tony; and her parents, Joseph Sr. and Annie Marie Huestis.
Annie is survived by her sister, Dee Gibbs of Visalia, Calif.; her three sons, Danny Elton Huestis (Joey) of Oakdale, Calif., Del Leroy Huestis (Renee) of Antelope, Calif., and Bruce Craig Huestis of Cameron Park, Calif.; and her daughter-in-law, Diane Huestis, also of Cameron Park. She is also survived by nine grandchildren: Serena Valentino, Brett Huestis, Sydney Huestis, Rachel Huestis, Kenny Fangonilo, Salvadore Huestis (Jayleen), Timothy Correa, Dana Huestis and Matthew Huestis, Jr. She loved and adored her six great-grandchildren as well as her many nieces, nephews, cousins, friends and neighbors.
Services have already been held and were provided by Green Valley Mortuary in Rescue, Calif. Annie’s full obituary and an online guestbook can be seen at greenvalleymortuary.com. Donations to Snowline Hospice is suggested, or you can make a contribution to the family to offset funeral costs. Send checks made out to Del Huestis, in c/o Green Valley Mortuary, P.O. Box 277, Cameron Park, CA 95682.