Ron Hunt

Ron Hunt entered into the peaceful rest of his Lord and Savior Wednesday, December 16, 2020 at Morristown-Hamblen Healthcare System. He was the treasured son of the late Charlie and Marie Hunt and devoted spouse of Jennie Stump Hunt. Ron was born December 8, 1937 in Thacker, West Virginia.

Ron graduated from Phelps High School in Phelps, Kentucky in 1957. He was employed as a general foreman at Commonwealth Industries in Detroit, Michigan, where he retired in 1995 to live in Lake Wales, Florida to enjoy the love of his life, golfing. He moved to Bean Station in 2015 and later became a member of the Landmark Church of God in Morristown.

Ron will be missed by all who knew and loved him.

He was preceded in death by his wife of 50 years, Shelby; son, John; and brother, L.J.

He is survived by his loving wife, Jennie; his children, Rhonda (Mike) Affleck and Charles Brent Hunt; grandchildren, Kara (Mike) Rosenbaum, Tyler (Trina) Hunt, Alexis Black and Emilie Black; great-grandson, Paxton; stepchildren, Katrina (Patrick) Quartz, Regina (Ron) Fransik and Stephen Wallace; seven stepgrandchildren; one great-stepgrandchild; brothers, Warren (Brenda) Hunt, Lawrence Allen (Erica) Hunt, Chuck (Vicki) Hunt and T.J. (Cheryl) Hunt; and sisters, Jo Hensley and Judith Holder.

Entombment services will be held 3 p.m., Sunday, December 20 in Hamblen Memory Gardens with Pastor Ray Pratt officiating. Virtual service will be provided by the church.

Arrangements by: Stubblefield Funeral Home

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