Betty G. Hunt

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Betty Gold Hunt went to be with her maker on April 24, 2019, age 94.
Life long resident of Swedesboro and Logan Township. Betty graduated from Swedesboro High School in 1943. Born April 22, 1925 to Leo T. and Myrtle Gold of Swedesboro. Betty had two siblings, Leo and Marion.
In 1954 Betty Married her childhood sweetheart, Robert Hurff Hunt from Center Square, son of Edith Dawson Hurff and Foster V. Hunt, Sr. Betty was predeceased in death by her parents and siblings. Betty was also predeceased by two of her daughters, Linda M. Lerch and Jayne L. Misero. Betty was also predeceased by her husband, Robert H. Hunt in 2017, after 63 years of a blissful marriage. Betty was a member of Center Square United Methodist Church. Her life long passion was a clean house. Betty loved the beach. Ocean City, NJ was her favorite. Betty also enjoyed many years of taking trips with Thompson Tours, taking many bus trips all over America. Betty was also a member of the women’s Bowling team for Monsanto. Betty loved working in her flower gardens and feeding the birds.
She is survived by a daughter, Susan J. and Alfred Morgan of Bridgeville, DE, a son, David Robert and Alisha Hunt of Logan Township, two sons in law, Dominic Misero of Quinton and Billy Lerch of VA., 8 grandchildren, Jill, Justin, Adam, Rebekah, Charlotte, Foster, Cooper, Parker and 2 great-grandchildren.

Come Celebrate 94 wonderful years Wed. May 1, 2019 at 9 a.m. at Daley Life Celebration Studio where a 10:30 service will be held. Burial Lake Park Cemetery. Donations to St. Jude’s Children Hospital will be appreciated in lieu of flowers.

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  1. Nancy Gray

    I loved Betty! She was a wonderful Mom, Grandmom, and Great Grand-mom – she loved her family and always welcomed me into family gatherings. She could make you laugh with her take on things, comments, and her great facial expressions. I was blessed to know her through her daughters Linda and Susie and granddaughter Jill – how blessed they were to have her in their lives for all this time! I will miss her!

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