Bruce Huff, 63, of Plymouth, passed away on January 9, 2019. He was born on May 18th, 1955 to Eldon Eugene and Patricia Ann Huff Nee Tekulve in Plymouth, Indiana. Bruce has been a lifelong resident of Plymouth. Bruce was an incredible machinist and could build just about anything, including his family home. He started his adulthood in the Air and Army National Guard, serving from 1975 until 1996. He then worked at McCord Heat Transfer Company until its closing and followed up at Koontz equipment. After learning valuable lessons, he opened his own heating and air conditioning company, running that for greater than twenty years. There was no sheet metal or carpentry project Bruce didn’t successfully tackle. Although Bruce loved his work life, his true joy was his family. He loved spending time at weekly Friday night “Huff Night” playing trivia, hosting a crowd, and his specialty cooking. Bruce at one time owned the Huddle Grill, again sharing his talents with the residents of Plymouth. Once Bruce befriended you, he was a true friend, always having time and a joke to share. Surviving are his sons, Andrew and his wife Sarah, and their children: Isaac, Jonathon, and Grace Huff of Hudsonville, MI; Craig and his wife Heidi, and their children, Haley and Parker Stiles, and Michael Huff of Beech Grove, IN; and Jeremy Allen Roose of Michigan City, IN; his siblings Brian and Lisa Huff, Deborah and Michael Fall, Kevin and Susan Huff, all of Plymouth, IN, many friends and other family members will also miss and cherish the memories of Bruce. Services will be held at the Johnson-Danielson Funeral Home at 1100 N. Michigan St, Plymouth on Friday January 18th, 2019 with Rev. Charles Krieg officiating. Visitation will begin at 1 p.m. and continue until the service at 2 p.m. Burial will follow in the New Oak Hill Cemetery, Plymouth. Memorial can be made in Bruce’s name to the Plymouth VFW Auxiliary 606 Lake Ave, Plymouth, IN 46563.