Obituary: Ann Huffman Shetler, Cherished Mother, Grandmother, And Friend 2024


In Memory of Ann Huffman Shetler

In Memory of Ann Huffman Shetler

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Ann Huffman Shetler, a beloved teacher, mentor, and friend. Ann passed away peacefully on June 7, 2023, surrounded by her loving family.

A Life of Service

Ann was born in 1945 in rural Ohio. She graduated from high school valedictorian and went on to earn her teaching degree from Ohio State University. Ann began her teaching career in a small town in Ohio, where she quickly made a name for herself as a gifted and dedicated educator.

In 1975, Ann moved to California, where she continued to teach in both public and private schools. She taught a variety of subjects, including English, history, and social studies. Ann was passionate about her students and always went the extra mile to help them succeed.

A Beloved Mentor

In addition to her teaching, Ann was also a gifted mentor. She helped countless young people find their way in life and achieve their goals. Ann was always willing to lend a helping hand, and she always put the needs of others before her own.

Ann was a role model for many people. She showed us the importance of hard work, dedication, and compassion. She taught us to never give up on our dreams and to always be there for those we love.

A Friend to All

Ann was a true friend. She was always there for her family, friends, and students. Ann had a wonderful sense of humor and a contagious laugh. She was always up for a good time and loved to spend time with those she cared about.

Ann will be deeply missed by all who knew her. She was a special person who made a difference in the world. We are grateful for the time we had with her, and we will never forget her.

Plant a Living Memorial

In memory of Ann, we encourage you to plant a tree or other living memorial. Trees are a beautiful and lasting way to remember someone special. They also provide oxygen, shade, and habitat for wildlife.

To plant a tree in memory of Ann, please visit the website of the National Arbor Day Foundation: