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Wesley Harold Hunter



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Lowell Senior Neighbors

314 S. Hudson

Lowell MI, 49331


Safe Haven Humane Society

PO Box 55

Ionia MI, 48846.

Wesley Harold Hunter, age 80, of Lowell passed away peacefully at home Sunday, July 21st, 2019.  He was born on March 14th, 1939 in Royal Oak, MI, to the late Ernest and Norma (Haley) Hunter. Hunting and fishing was a hobby Wes enjoyed throughout his life and shared with all of his children.  He was an avid Nascar fan and could be found on the weekends watching the next big race.  Wes was adventurous in his attempts to fix anything.  With a little luck and duct tape he was always successful. Wes dedicated 34 years at Wittenbach Service in Lowell.  He took on any project from detailing cars, maintenance, part runs and snow plowing.  He took pride in his work and his vehicles were always in immaculate shape. Wes is survived by Joan, his wife of 51 years; sons, Chris (Sandy) Hunter, Randy (Justina) Hunter, James Hunter; daughter, Dawn (Tom) Ward; grandchildren, Megan Hunter, Storm Hunter, Corbin Hunter, Jesse Ward, Jade Hunter; one great grandchild, Riley; brother, Doug (Joyce) Hunter; and sister, Sharon (Vic) Larsen; as well as numerous nieces and nephews.  Wes was preceded in death by his brothers, Ernest, David (Joyce) Hunter, and Don (Mary) Hunter. In celebration of his life and memory, a memorial service will be held on August 10th, 2019 at the Lowell United Methodist Church, 621 E. Main St, Lowell MI, 49331 (Wesley Hall).  We ask that friends and family gather at 11am and a service will be conducted at 11:30am.  A luncheon will take place immediately after the service.  The family welcomes visitors to join them any time until 3pm. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Lowell Senior Neighbors, 314 S. Hudson, Lowell MI, 49331 or Safe Haven Humane Society, PO Box 55, Ionia MI, 48846.

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  1. Lots of fun memories of Wes and Joan and us going to Tennesee to go to Dollywood and other sight seeing things down there. He will be missed.

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