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Pamela Kay Hunter

August 11, 1956 — October 3, 2023

Greenfield

 

Pamela Kay Hunter, 67, was born on August 11, 1956 in Indianapolis, IN to Paul S. and Nancy Tuttle.  She passed away Tuesday, October 3, 2023 peacefully with her family by her side in Greenfield, Indiana. Pam graduated from John Marshall High School in 1974. Pam’s ambition and never-back-down attitude led her to being the proud co-founder/president of Hunter Transportation Inc. However, Pam’s biggest accomplishment is the family she raised and worked to create memories with throughout her entire life. To Pam, family included both blood relatives and best friends. These memories with loved ones commonly included traveling, which was one of Pam’s favorite pastimes. Outside of home, two of Pam’s favorite places in the world were Lake Monroe in Bloomington, Indiana and the beaches (and fishing boat) of sunny North Port, Florida. As an active member of Mt. Comfort Church, Pam was able to showcase her God-Given gifts of bringing people together, giving back to the community, deepening her faith, and putting smiles on people’s faces. Pam was the most positive person in the room, never met a challenge she could not tackle, an advocate for people, a seeker of adventure, and a talented whistler, which was common at any sporting event she ever attended.

Pam will be forever loved and missed by her surviving family: Husband-Raymond Hunter Jr.; Daughter-Megan Hunter-Jones; Son-Raymond Thomas Hunter III (Ellen); Mother-Nancy Tuttle; Siblings: Vicki Roark; Becky Steiner; Paul Tuttle (Linda); Mary Beth Medford (William) and Nicholas Tuttle Sr. (Bernadette); Grandchildren: Juliann Jones; Hunter Jones; Henry Hunter; Oliver Hunter; Rowan Hunter. Pam was preceded in death by her father-Paul Tuttle.

There will be a Celebration of Life event on Thursday, October 5th at 6:00pm to honor Pam. All are welcome at Mt. Comfort Church located at 3179 N. 600 W.  Greenfield, IN 46140 and invited to the reception immediately following.

The family would like to express our appreciation for the wonderful help and care given by the team at Hancock Regional Hospital and Suburban Hospice.

The family politely asks you refrain from sending flowers and instead requests you make your memorial contributions to The Comfort House, a transitional housing ministry of Mt. Comfort Church.

To order memorial trees or send flowers to the family in memory of Pamela Kay Hunter, please visit our flower store.

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