July 2, 1951 ~ February 4, 2020

Born in: Anderson, Indiana
Resided in: Anderson, Indiana

Richard Lee Hunt Sr, age 68, of Anderson, went to be with the lord on February 4, 2020 at Community Hospital in Anderson. Richard was born July 2, 1951 to the late Eugene Lilburn Hunt and Thelma Natina (Hensley) Hunt.


Richard was a lifelong resident of Anderson and attended Madison Heights High School.  He was employed with Brockway Glass for 47 years.  Richard was extremely talented when it came to building and crafting things. He could make just about anything. He loved to spend time with his family, doing woodworking with his brother. He loved to hunt and fish with his late brother Donel E. Hunt. Richard was always working on cars and restoring them. Riding his motorcycles was one of his favorite past-times. He will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved him.


Richard is survived by his loving wife Linda (Hall) Hunt of 47 years; children Rick Hunt Jr., and Shawn Hunt; siblings Tom Hunt (Nina) and Susan Jones (James); sisters-in-law Debbie Hunt and Teresa Harris; niece and nephews Donel E. Hunt Jr. (Janet), Michael J. Hunt (Lindsey), Shane A. Hunt, Brandon E. Jones (Brigette), Jama Horning (Jason), James “Jimmy” Jones (Naomi), Chris Hunt (Amy), Paul Hunt (Courtney), Michael “Wally” Hunt (Deborah), Tim Hunt, and Tom E. Hunt (Sarah).


He is preceded in passing by his parents listed above, and brother Donel E. Hunt.


A Celebration of Life will be held on February 15, 2020 from 2-4pm with a meal to follow at By His Grace Ministry, located at 720 E. 7th St. in Anderson, Indiana. Cremation was chosen through Legacy Cremation and Funeral Service – Anderson.



Celebration of Life: February 15, 2020 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Room: By His Grace Ministry


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  1. My deepest prayers for you Linda and the kids. Mom, Matthew and myself are all thinking of you all. May God lessen your grief.

  2. Always a good man. Willing to help anybody. And quick with a laugh. Good cook. I will miss his friendship and happy smile. I hold all of you in my heart at this sad time. Love, Cheri Brandt

  3. Dearest Linda,
    I can not believe Rick has left us. Seemed like yesterday I had seen both of your smiling faces and received your loving hugs. This left a huge void in our hearts and the only thing that will give us comfort is to know, we will all be together again one day.

  4. To my Dear, trusted Friend and neighbor, The love, care and concern you so lovingly give to others cannot be measured! I am SO grateful to be ONE of the blessed receiptreants You are like no other!

  5. I am sorry to hear of Ricks passing. I will always remember the archery days we all shared and the fun we had. My thoughts and prayers are with Linda and family. RIP RICK

  6. I am sorry to hear about Rick’s passing. My condolences to the family! Linda you will be in my thoughts and prayers! The Acre mourns your loss!
    Rest In Peace RICK!

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