Deborah Ann Hunt

April 23rd, 1947July 25th, 2018

Deborah (Debbie) Ann Hunt, 71 of Lafayette went peacefully to be with the Lord on July 25, 2018. 

Debbie was born April 23, 1947 to Joseph (Joe) and Margret (Russell) Dowd.  Debbie married her true love and soul mate Roy C Hunt on September 5, 1970 in Littleton CO. 

Debbie was a Colorado native who loved fishing, horses, traveling and most of all spending time with her family.  She worked as a Contracts Administrator and was V.P. of Sales until her retirement in 2013.

Debbie is survived by her beloved husband “Sugar Bear” Roy C. Hunt of Lafayette, her cherished children; son “Trouble” Troy Michael and wife Jennifer Hunt of Littleton, son “Bug” Hollis Heath and wife Rae Hunt of Berthoud, daughter “Bones” Toni Lynn and husband Jason Wilson of Loveland, nine beautiful Grandchildren, two Great Grandchildren, her brother Joseph (Joe) and wife Kathy Dowd of Parker and sister Mary and husband Jerry Hampton of Conifer.

Debbie is preceded in death by her father, mother, sister Sharon McLaughlan and brother Mike Dowd.

Services

Debbie celebrated life and to honor her there will be a Celebration of Life on August 9th at 3:00 pm at Grace Place, 375 Meadowlark Dr. Berthoud, CO 80513.

Cemetery

None

Location

None

Church

Grace Place Church

Condolences

I never got the opportunity to meet Debbie in person. Years ago we negotiated price of optical items on the phone. She was always cheerful and had a great personality. When I would have a bad day and wanted to quit my job, she would make me feel better. Many years ago we talked about quitting work and selling flowers on the beach. I got moved to a different group that didn’t buy optical items so I lost contact with Debbie. Several years went by before we talked again and Debbie remembered who I was. She remembered our agreement to sell flowers on the beach. I wish I could have met her and her death brings sorrow to my heart. I pray the Lord will give the family strength during this difficult time. Even though I have never talked to any of the family I know I would love each and everyone of you because I know you have some of Debbie inside. God bless each of you. Love cynthia
What can I say? Nothing can make this better for those that loved Debbie. She was absolutely the best wife, mother, and friend. Many hearts have holes. Please give dear Roy an extra hug. Lorraine , a former classmate.
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