Annie "GiGi" Huff Green
January 31, 1940 - June 17, 2017
GiGi, as she was affectionately known by all who knew her, was born January 31, 1940 in Mineola, to Lucille and Elmer Huff. She was known by many as “Candy” when she was younger, waitressing at places like the Big Texan. Her skills and spunky spontaneity made her a legend of sorts among locals as well as many travelers. She was a comical and light hearted person, who never met a stranger. Her love for animals is also something of legend. During her life, she had horses, raccoons, monkeys and even skunks, which she taught to moon walk. In her spare time, she enjoyed playing bingo, watching wrestling, especially the Undertaker, and fishing. She loved listening to Elvis and Blake Shelton too. She is preceded in death by her parents, her husband, Bill and a brother, Bobby Huff.
She is survived by her children, Debbie Henson and husband Tom of Crittenden, KY, Wesley Rogers, Ricky Rogers and wife Ubby and Robby Rogers and wife Sharon all of Amarillo; 8 grandchildren, Crystal, Robert, Roseanne, Janice and husband Steven, Jodie and husband Grant, Charee and husband Colton, Amber and husband Danny and Kole; ten great grandchildren, Kenny, Kezden, Kabrelle, Gavin, Zabrina, Jude, Charlee, Jentry, Emma and Rose; nephew, Bobby Huff, Jr. and a niece, Brittani Huff both of Amarillo.