January 01, 1970

Siobhan Million Huck, 42, of Cranberry Township, PA, passed away early Monday morning, October 3, 2022, at UPMC Shadyside. She was the loving wife of Jonathan D. Huck and mother of Crosby J. Huck, her “guardian angel.”

Siobhan boldly walked her ten-year journey with breast cancer, diagnosed while she was 9-10 weeks pregnant with her son, until her very last moments. She credited Crosby with helping the doctors find and diagnose her early enough to give her a chance. She marched through multiple radiation treatments, a dozen surgeries, sixteen different chemo therapies, and a multitude of doctors’ appointments, ER visits, and hospital stays. Siobhan accepted every invitation to support cancer research, including participating in trials, speaking at fundraising events, posing for marketing materials, and joyfully acting alongside her son in a commercial. Even in the midst of her journey, she proudly worked a few full- + part-time jobs, volunteered at her son’s school and sports, and embraced her roles as wife and mother. Siobhan had so much more to offer, so much more to accomplish, but cancer stole those opportunities.

Born in Wilkes-Barre, PA, Siobhan is survived by her parents, Donna (Willis) and John Million, her sister, Cari Million, her brother and his family, Jarrod Million, Heather (sister-in-law), and Justin (nephew), her mother and father-in-law, Donna and Marvin Huck, and her brother-in-law, Chad Huck. Siobhan was preceded in death by her maternal grandparents, Harold and June Willis, her paternal grandparents, Jennie and John Million, and her grandparents-in-law, William Suchora plus Allene and Vincent Huck. Siobhan was a graduate of Coughlin High School (1998) and The Pennsylvania State University (2002).

Siobhan loved her time at Penn State, enjoyed rooting on her Yankees, thanked the Pirates for every player that they developed into a Yankee, planned and partook in some of the most epic road trips and vacations, and relished in watching Superstore and Goldbergs with her son.

Family and friends are welcome on Friday from 2-4 pm at Devlin Funeral Home of Cranberry, 2678 Rochester Road, Cranberry Twp. A Blessing Service will follow at 4:15 pm at the funeral home, with Rev. Charles Bober, officiating. All are welcome to join a Celebration of Siobhan Huck’s Life Party following the blessing service from 5-8 pm at the Cranberry Elks (rear entrance; 20720 US-19, 16066) where there will food, drinks, and cake! Note that there will be similar arrangements in her hometown of Wilkes-Barre, PA, in the near future with details to be available soon via her family.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Magee-Womens Research Institute, https://tinyurl.com/SiobhanHuck

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  • Mary Ann Ober

    Bob and I are truly sorry for your loss. Siobhan was such a wonderful and caring mom, and so brave. She went through a lot but got to spend several years with her adorable baby, Crosby. We know she will be missed, but you have many good memories to share.

  • Elaine Fatla

    Siobhan was such a lovely,strong, cool woman. May your memories and her strength sustain you in the coming days. Our prayers and deepest sympathies are with you.
    Elaine ànd Mark

  • Patricia Kennihan

    Keeping Siobhan and family in our thoughts and prayers, Holy Sepulcher Ladies of Charity


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