Huck Cannon Hurley

Oct.17, 2022 – April 24, 2023

Huck Cannon Hurley was welcomed into this world by his parents, big brother, Liam and big sister, Lyda with such excitement and joy. He was the ray of sunshine we prayed for to complete our family. His smile shined brightest through his eyes. When he smiled his biggest, the right side of his nose crinkled up, followed by a giggle and a happy squeal.

Huck was a precious gift of God given to us for only 189 days. We will never understand but we do not grieve without hope. We know that one day we will see him again, but for now, we find comfort in knowing that you are in your Heavenly Father’s arms and welcomed into your forever home by Gerty and many other loved ones.

Huck was born October 17, 2022 and was received in Jesus’ arms on April 24, 2023.

A celebration of life service will be held Friday, April 28, 2023 at First Methodist Church in Minden, La. Visitation will be at 10 a.m., followed by the service at 11 a.m., both in the sanctuary. Rev. David Dietzel and Rev. Brian Mercer will be officiating. A private interment will follow at Gardens of Memory in Minden under the direction of Rose-Neath Funeral Home in Minden.

Serving as pallbearers will be: Levi Madden, Jake Madden, Tony Shaw, and Andy Pendergrass. Honorary pallbearers: Blake Thomas and R.J. Mauldin.

Huck is preceded in death by his great grandparents, Ronnie “Pop” Shuler and Marsha “Mimi” Shuler; grandparents, Harold Eugene Howe, Leo Albert Neal, Sarah Margaret Madden, Kim “Gerty” Cannon (Huck’s namesake)

He is survived by his parents, Adam and Bailee Hurley and siblings, Liam and Lyda; grandparents Jeremy “P” and Andrea “Aya” Patterson, John “Big John” and Melissa “Mamoo” Madden, Adam and Colleen Hurley Sr. and Gerry Lynn Guidas.

Great grandparents include James and Lyda Madden, Ronald and Mary Hurley Sr., Kenneth and Virgina Guidas, and Mary Ellen Neal.

Survived by brothers and sisters: Levi and Darien Madden and children; Jake and Leah Madden and children; Josh and Kristen Newman and children; Tony and Jessica Shaw and children; and Wayne and Ashlyn Kittrall.

Also, Tim and Jennifer Thomas, Blake and Allison, Jessica Shuler and family, Doug and Sharon Madden, Nick and Ashley Rowton and family, Heath and Erin Ramsey and family, David and Connie Madden, Matt and Kelly Madden and family, Will and Niki Madden and family, Pedro and Caroline Rodrigues and family, Aaron and Savannah Aday and family, Clay and Catherine Simonton and family. Special family friend, Kaye Cannon.

The family extends special thanks to doctors, nurses, and staff at Minden Medical Center ER, Police Chief Jared McIver, Officer Anthony Crittendon and the overwhelming love and support of First Methodist Minden and the community of Minden.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorials be made to the Ronald McDonald House Shreveport/Bossier on Give for Good @