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Carol Elaine Hunt

March 8, 1943 ~ April 28, 2020 (age 77)


On the morning of April 28th, 2020, Carol Elaine Hunt lost her hard fought battle with Pancreatic Cancer and is now resting peacefully in the arms of the Lord. Carol was diagnosed with Cancer in March of 2019. She continued to keep a positive attitude even though she was extremely frightened and in immense pain. Carol loved all six of her children with all of her heart and it was her love for family that gave her the will to fight even in the darkest of days. Carol is survived by all of her Children whom she loved dearly, Wayne Brewer and his wife Laurie, Robert Brewer and his wife Gen, Karen Wilson and her husband Mike, Kimberlee Gardner and her husband Kelly, Stephen Hutchings, Michael Hutchings and his wife Sara, 15 Grandchildren, Wayne Brewer, Tanya Hallmark, Kelsey Matagora, Billy Gardner, Jeremy Gardner, Jordan Gardner, Cassandra Brewer, Madeline Brewer, Danielle Brewer, Sarah Lawrence, Benjamin Feil, Matthew Feil, Kayla Hutchings, Kyle Hutchings, and Trenton Hutchings and 18 precious Great Grandchildren. Her Sisters and Sister in Law who she loved dearly, Daisy Colleen Hunt, Jerrie Ann Duarte and her sweet husband Frankie, and Colleen Hunt of Maine. Carol is preceded in death by her parents Irene Wade and Carl Hunt, her brothers Walter and John Hunt along with numerous Aunts, Uncles, Cousins and her Brother John’s beautiful daughter, Tanya.
Mom loved to help others in any way she could even if that meant sacrificing herself. If she had just $2 she would not just give you one, she would give you both, because that is just who she was. She sat with many friends and family and tenderly cared for them until they passed. Mom had so many friends that meant the world to her. Her love for animals was unwavering and her bird “Billy” was extremely therapeutic to her when she was down or feeling alone. A few months prior to her passing mother rescued a little dog named “Zeke”, they absolutely loved each other and he simply would not leave her side during the final days of her life. Many have said they rescued each other.
Although our mother’s life was extremely difficult, she did her very best to raise us while dealing with the ghosts of her past. One of the most valuable lessons that we have learned and will hold tightly to is that there are no perfect parents in this world, there are no perfect families, but if you choose to see past the flaws each of us has and forgive the past, you will experience unconditional love that only a mother can give. You will forever be in our hearts and we look forward to the day we see you again mama.

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