The Fortin Group

70 Horton Street, Lewiston, ME


Alice M Hunt

20 May, 192714 November, 2019

Alice Marguerite Hunt 1927 - 2019 Alice Marguerite Hunt, 92 ,beloved mother, grandmother and aunt, passed away Thursday 11/14/2019 at Russell Park Nursing Home in Lewiston.

She was born to Oliver and Elizabeth Richard in West Enfield, Maine on April 20, 1927. She was married to Phillip Hunt, who passed away in 1980.

She is survived by 7 children; Rose and Dave Bolen of Elkton, Maryland, Alan Hunt and his wife Maria and their 2 children Aiden and Nina of Culver City, California,, Reggie Hunt of New York City, Anna and Mike Cyr and their 2 children, Mallory and Maisy of Leeds, Maine, Elaine Hunt of Boothwyn PA, Robert Hunt and his wife Tricia. and their 2 children William and Heather of Gilmanton, N.H and Betsy Laney of West Gardiner, Maine. She had 2 other grandchildren, Allison Palma and her husband, Craig and their 2 children, Annabelle and Chloe of Mullica Hill, New Jersey, Philip of Boothwyn, PA. She is also survived by many loving nieces and nephews. Alice is predeceased by her husband Phil a sister and a brother, 2 daughters and a grandchild.

The family would like to thank the staff at Russell Park Nursing Home and Androscoggin Home Hospice for caring for our mother during her final days here.

Mike and Anna will open their house at 195 Line Rd. in Leeds for a celebration of Alice's life on Sunday Nov 24 from 12-4. A light lunch will be provided, but visitors are welcome to bring their own comfort food. You are invited to offer your condolences and share fond memories with the family by visiting Alice’s guestbook at www.thefortingrouplewiston.com

In lieu of flowers please make a donation to Androscoggin Hospice, 15 Strawberry Avenue, Lewiston, Maine 04240

A Service of The Fortin Group Funeral Home, Cremation and Monument Services, 70 Horton St. Lewiston, Maine 04240. 784-4584


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Judie McCluskey Aldrich

November 22, 2019

My Dear Auntie Alice, thank you for being such a big part of my life. You were like my second Mom. We shared so many things together with my Mom and had so much fun laughing and playing yahtzee and dice. Those wonderful memories I will treasure forever. It's hard letting go, but I know you are in a better place. When I get there I expect a cup of tea waiting for me. I love you so much my sweet Auntie ❤❤