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Jeffrey Lester HUNTER Sr.

Fort Washington, Virginia

Dec 31, 1962 – Oct 27, 2017


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National Funeral Home Obituary

Jeffrey Lester Hunter Sr. was born on December 31,1962 as the only son of the late James L. Hunter and the late Doris Jean Hunter in Washington, D.C. Jeffrey graduated in 1981 from Robinson Secondary High School in Fairfax VA where he played basketball and football. Shortly following high...

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My name is Michael Leflore. Jeff was my brother-in-law, I was married to his sister Jamesia Hunter. No matter what went down between his sister and I Jeff always treated me as a brother and a friend. I will always love him for that. He never separated from me and he always kept in touch and treated me like I was still family, no matter what. Jeff will always be family in my heart; the family that I was a part of when I was a part of the hunter family which was and is a solid and beautiful...

My prayers to the family, sorry to hear of your loss

May God bless your family during this time of your going home celebration. They will miss you, but your love and that Hunter smile will forever be in our hearts. Love you and I'm gonna miss you cuz. Sharon L Brown (Olive Branch, MS)

You are truly going to be missed. You were a great boss and friend to me and my store, I will never forget a couple years ago when I was going home to my country and Jeff was at our store as a relieving Store Manager and he asked me to bring a tradition hat from Iran and I told him I would. When I did go home I spend a whole week trying find the hat which I finally I did and brought it back for him. When I went back to work I was told that Jeff was no longer at our store so I spend a whole...

I am so sorry for all of your family that has to go on without you, I worked with you on and off thru my 30 years and always had a big smile, like so many of us when we knew Jeff was coming to our store! Rest with the Angels Jeff

Our thoughts and prayers are with your family during this difficult time. Growing up, Mr. Hunter was the coolest dad I knewa hard working, committed father with a spotless car who could still tear it up on the baseketball court. We all wanted to be like him. He's gone way too soon, but all these pictures just remind me of what a great life he lived and what an amazing legacy he leaves behind.


Wow, Sorry that you're gone. I've know you for many years since you were a very little boy..No more suffering, no more tears, you were such a great person, I will say goodbye for now, we are going some day! My condolences to Little Jeff and all your family.
Kathy, Chris Carter Aunt

My sincere sympathy to Carolyn and the family. My you feel God's strength and love in this time of sorrow.
Shirley Trammell