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Death of Member Donald E. Hunt.

We were saddened to learn of the passing of one of our members, Don Hunt.
He passed away Wednesday, April 4, 2018

 

Donald "Don" Hunt ...

by Tom McCall

Don Hunt joined the Twin City Camera Club in September of 2001 and was active in the club, serving as one of the competition film slide projectionists for several years, until the Film Slide Division was excluded to switch over to Digital Slides in 2010.  Don enjoyed helping out on projects for the club, especially the ones involving some type of electrical repair.  Don competed in the Print Division early on after joining the club and liked to share his moon photos taken with his Nikon - Coolpix P900 (a Superzoom 24-2000mm) on the TCCC Facebook Group. 

Don was one of the good guys, he will be missed.
We extend our heartfelt sympathy to all of his family and friends.  

 

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The Herald Palladium
April 7, 2018


Donald E. Hunt

Donald’s life began Sept. 3, 1958, in Paw Paw.  He grew up in Watervliet, where he graduated high school and was proud of his “Panther” roots.  Donald became a master electrician and owned Hi Tech Enterprises for many years until merging with Estkowski Construction, currently Donald was running A&E Electrical.

Outside of work, you could find Donald boating, hunting, golfing or watching sports.  He was a huge fan of the Chicago Cubs, Dallas Cowboys, race car drivers Dale Earnhardt and Kevin Harvick, and his favorite athletes were his nieces and nephews.  Donald was a founding member of the Watervliet 40 Year Club and a member of the Twin City Camera Club out of St. Joseph.  Donald was a man with a huge heart and found great joy through getting people together or helping anyone in need.

Donald leaves behind a loving family to cherish his memory, which includes five siblings: Lucinda (Jim) Bos, Mary Wagner, Daniel (Sandra) Hunt, William (Erica) Hunt and Thomas Hunt; his numerous nieces and nephews, and many friends.

Donald died Wednesday, April 4.

His parents, James and Joan (Cleary) Hunt; and a brother, James Hunt; preceded Donald in death.

Donald’s family will celebrate his life with a visitation from 6-8 p.m. Monday, April 9, at Hutchins Funeral Home in Watervliet.  Memorials may be made in Donald's memory to Twin City Camera Club or Knights of Columbus Council 4055.  You may leave a message of comfort for Donald’s family at hutchinsfuneral.com

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- Amber and her Gorilla

 -  Ken McKeown featured in local publication

         -  Lauren Strach featured in local paper

         -  Curtis Drake featured in local paper

 

 

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