On September 7th, Richard Allen Hunt, age 76, found the eternal peace that only our Savior Jesus Christ can provide.
Though his home was primarily in Washington County, TN. He spent 10 of his happiest years in Daphne, AL, as a member of Daphne United Methodist Church. During this time, he re-committed his life to Christ and actively participated in several ministries to include the Missions Ministry.
A life-long Sports fan, he loved the VOLS and never missed a game on TV. That passion originated from his playing days at Jonesboro High School where he graduated in 1958. He loved watching his nephews, son, and grandkids play all sports. His favorite past-time of Bass Fishing was most coveted with his Grandchildren.
Preceded in death by parents, Dean Hunt, Ethel and Cecil Correll and a sister Deanna Hunt-Shipley.
He also leaves behind his beloved grandchildren Logan and Mattie Hunt, son and daughter in-law Shane & Natalie Hunt, Sister & Brother in-law Jane & Johnny Hensley, Sister Kim Correll & Leroy. Nieces & Nephews, Pete, Jimbo, Richard, & Joanna, all of which he loved very much.
Visitation at Dillow-Taylor Funeral Home, Jonesborough, TN, will be Wednesday, September 13th, 6:00pm with a memorial service at 7pm.
In-leu of flowers please make donations to Daphne United Methodist Church, Missions Ministry, 2401 Main Street, Daphne, AL, 36526.
A big show of gratitude & Thanks to Ms. Ann Priester-Shelton, of the John Sevier Adult Center, she is one of a few very special angels’ that God sent to look over Dad.
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|EULOGIES & CONDOLENCES|
|Shane- I am so very sorry to hear about your dad.
You and your family are in my thoughts and
||Johney and Tonya Green
|To Shane, Natalie, Logan and Mattie,
Praying for God's comfort now and in the days to come. We're glad that we got to meet Mr. Hunt and see him and Mr. Green in action together! May God bless you.
Johney and Tonya Green|
|Shane, had some great times with your dad, on the football
field basketball court and streets of Jonesborough, we lost
contact when we both moved away.|
|Ilove my brother very much AND missed every day|
||Johnny & Beverly Thomas
We were so sorry to hear about your dad. We loved him and
thought of him often after he moved from Daphne! Please
know that you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.|
|RIP Mr.Hunt, You will be missed here at the John Sevier Center.|
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