Heather Hunter Obituary, Heather Hunter Has Sadly Passed Away

Heather Hunter Obituary, Death – Heather Alane Lewis Hunter’s life—which had begun on December 10th, 1973—was abruptly taken away. She spent her entire long and exciting life in Monroe County, where she was born and raised, where she was exposed to a wide variety of things. She spent a significant portion of her life working as a stay-at-home mother before beginning her career in retail management at Macy’s in Dover, Delaware. She was 46 years old when she began her career as a flight attendant with Spirit Airlines, whose corporate headquarters were located in Chicago, Illinois, realizing a lifetime ambition.

She made the decision to relocate to Camp Pendleton, California, part-time since her son and daughter-in-law are both in the military and she wanted to help with the upbringing of her grandkids. Her daughter-in-law and son are both Marines. She also worked at the Marine Corps Air Station Miramar in San Diego, California, as a manager. Heather was a wonderful young woman with a good heart. She has a selfless and independent spirit. She impacted a wide range of people from different parts of the country with her warmth and compassion.

Many people from all over the country have shared their memories of the various acts of kindness Heather performed for them, some of which had a huge impact on their lives, since her tragic demise. Several of these stories have been circulated on social media. Everyone will sadly miss her after she is gone. She departed before her parents, Edward “Bill” and Alfreda Cobb of Range, Alabama, her older brother Christopher Bell of Megargel, Alabama, her grandparents, James “Spud” and Mary Ellen Lewis of Leakesville, Mississippi, and her parents.

Her younger brother Christopher Bell, who was born in Range, Alabama, also went before her. She lives in the Louisiana town of Greenwell Springs with her husband, Mickey Hunter. The names of her children are Noah Lewis and Donald Capps Jr., and they all reside in Camp Pendleton in California. Additionally, she has three great-grandchildren, Donald Eugene Capps III, Eleanor Olivia Capps, and Oliver Capps (due in September). Ali is the name of her other sister.


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