Anita Hunter Obituary, Death – The passing of Anita Ruth Hunter occurred on August 1st, 2023. She was the firefighter’s wife, and her husband, James “Honeyboy” Hunter, had retired from the profession in 1996. James (Honeyboy) Hunter has prior experience working in the fire department. Anita Ruth Hunter had been married to James (Honeyboy) Hunter prior to the two of them getting a divorce. Since he retired in 1996, James Hunter had the opportunity to unwind and take it easy on a regular basis.
The following is a list of her friends and family members that have survived after her passing:
The visitation that is going to take place in the evening of Sunday, August 6, 2023, will take place in the Laurel Room of the Laurel Land Funeral Home, which is located in Fort Worth, Texas, at 7100 Crowley Road. The date and time of the viewing have not yet been determined. You should be able to find this website if you follow the directions that are located at the top of this page.
Please note that it will take place from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM as the time span for it, so mark your calendars accordingly. On the morning of Monday, August 7th, 2023, at ten o’clock in the morning, funeral services for the individual who passed away will be held in the Glenn Cemetery. The town of Glenn is the location of the cemetery. There is a cemetery that can be found at the intersection of State Highways 377 and 157 (Glenn Cemetery Road) in the city of Tolar, Texas 76433.
This cemetery is called Glenn Cemetery Road. Glenn Cemetery Road is one of the possible pathways that you might use to get there. Throughout this trying time, the Hunter family has been maintained in your thoughts and prayers. We are grateful for your support. I am grateful to you for the ongoing support. We would want to take advantage of this opportunity to convey our sincere appreciation to each and every one of you for your support throughout this endeavor.