Lorelee Irene Wiese Hunt

Published 4:47pm Thursday, March 13, 2014

Lorelee Irene Wiese Hunt, 57, was born on Oct. 29, 1956.

She died peacefully, but unexpectedly, at home in her sleep on March 9 in Calera.

She was loved by all around.

Within a few weeks of her birth in Fremont, Mich. she had the wonderful opportunity to move to Honolulu, Hawaii where she lived happily for five precious years, playing along the beach at Waikiki.

She grew up in California, Washington, Michigan and West Virginia.

Hunt was known for loving many people and her dedicated care of her many private care patients. She was also well known for her love of children’s ministry.

She lived to take care of those who needed help and poured out her heart and soul into those she served.

She had the ability to make a rock sprout blooms, and with her creative ability to make things come to life she delighted many.

Hunt had a spirit of self-sacrifice and a love for others that is rarely seen.

Her acts of love and kindness will always be treasured by those whose lives she touched.

She eagerly awaited a time when she could and be reunited with her two babies, Kris and Kinsley.

She will be deeply missed by her parents, William and Annita Wiese of Jemison; her husband, James Hunt, an elementary school teacher in New Jersey; her daughters, Christell Bennett, a CAN in Chattanooga, Tenn., and Annalee Hunt, a teacher on the Navajo reservation in Arizona.

She is also survived by her sisters, Brenda Palmer of Corinth, Miss., and Claire Blum of Signal Mountain, Tenn.; brother, Calvin Wiese of Altamonte Springs, Fla.; grandchildren, Daren James Bennett, Audrianna and Evalena; nephews, Cecil, Caleb and Corbin Wiese, Luther and Knox Palmer and her grand niece and nephew Preston and Julianne Palmer.

A visitation will be held March 14 from 6-8 p.m. at Ellison Cleckler Funeral Home.

A memorial service will be held March 15 at 4 p.m. from the Clanton Seventh Day Adventist Church with Pastor Carl Dorner officiating.

Final care and arrangements entrusted to Ellison-Cleckler Funeral Home of Clanton.

www.ellisonclecklerfuneralhome.com.

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