ALICE MAY HUNT

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ALICE MAY HUNT July 16, 1925 to October 25, 2013 On October 25, 2013, Alice May Hunt passed away peacefully at 88 years. She was born in Montreal, Quebec and moved out west to Edmonton, after the war, with her new husband, Robert Nelson Hunt. Alice was a devoted mom to their four children who arrived in quick succession. She loved the Lord and in later years volunteered her time at Mustard Seed for over 10 years and the Baptist Churches to which she belonged. Alice enjoyed conversation with many friends and loved to tend her garden. She was an avid knitter, donating her many projects - scarves, mitts, sweaters and slippers to her family and also to those in need. Alice enjoyed having her family around her and did not forget birthdays.

She was predeceased by her parents John and Winnie Deakin, son-in-law Donald Goldsack, and Robert Nelson Hunt Sr. She will be greatly missed by her four children, Robert Nelson Hunt of Grande Prairie, John Marvin Hunt of Surrey, B.C., Richard Allan Hunt and Sharon Catherine Goldsack, both of Edmonton. She also will be missed by her 11 grandchildren, Steven Goldsack, Carey-Anne Goldsack, Jeffrey Goldsack, Scarlett Deveraux, Nando Hunt, Joshua Hunt, Luke Hunt, Mark Hunt, David Hunt, Angie MacKay, Alicia Zalit and 22 great-grandchildren.

In accordance with her wishes, she will be cremated. A memorial service and celebration of her life will be held on Friday, November 1, 2013, at Zion Baptist Church of Kensington, 11908 - 132 Avenue, Edmonton. Pastor Craig Traynor and Rev. Marvin Hunt will preside and four of her grandchildren will provide the music.

Alice's family wish to thank the staff of Capital Care Dickinsfield in Edmonton for their caring support over the past few years of her life. She had several strokes in the interim and their compassion and dedication are very much appreciated. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Mustard Seed Edmonton, 10635 - 96 Street, Edmonton or charity of your choice.

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Published in The Edmonton Journal on Oct. 31, 2013
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