We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Emmick Family Funeral Home
Abigail Dawn Huget was born on June 17, 1977, to Buzz and Lisa Huget in Seattle, Washington. She passed away suddenly at home on June 11, 2022.
Abigail was the oldest of four sisters; Rebecca (Micah) Egger, Madelyn (Peter) Siedenburg, and Lydia (Patrick) Kent. She had four sons; Ricky Huget, Evan Hollingsworth (adopted by Scot & Sara Hollingsworth), William, and Seth Quinton.
Abigail lived most of her life in West Seattle where she had her first two sons, Ricky and Evan. She also spent some years in Killeen, TX where she had her son Will, and also lived overseas in Vilseck, Germany where her youngest son Seth was born.
Abigail was a woman who lived with her heart– she had a deep love for her sons, family, and friends. Abigail especially loved being an Auntie to her 8 nieces and 5 nephews (Noah, Silas & Gracie Egger; Emmalie, Clara, Audrey, Lizabeth, Sadie & Wesley Siedenburg; Scarlett, Lila, Cash & Maverick Kent). She was happiest spending time with and celebrating family on trips to Lake Chelan, the Ocean Shores, and Sequim, Washington. She demonstrated her love through thoughtful gifts and birthday celebrations for her loved ones. Abigail could be counted on to bring the holiday cheer. She loved animals, especially the bunnies she raised. She worked for over ten years at Metropolitan Market Admiral District and was a beloved team member and made lifelong friendships..
Abigail will be missed dearly by her family and friends. Remembrances may be made to Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission’s Riverton Place Men’s Program (ugm.org).
The Memorial Service will be held on August 27th 11am at Trinity West Seattle Church 7551 35th Ave SW Seattle, WA 98126.
Arrangements entrusted to Emmick Family Funeral Home & Cremation Service of West Seattle