December 17, 1934 – April 13, 2018
Clyde Lee Hunt, 83, of El Dorado passed away on Friday, April 13, at Hudson Memorial Nursing Home. He was born December 17, 1934 in Dubach, La. to the union of Jack Lee Hunt and Lucille Tanner Hunt. In his younger years Clyde enjoyed softball and coaching Boys Club Baseball. An avid deer hunter and fisherman, he was a graduate of Louisiana Tech and retired from Lion Oil as an Accounting Supervisor at the age of 62. He was preceded in death by his parents and a daughter, Amy Jo Machen. He is survived by his wife, Laverne Hunt of El Dorado, son Alan Lamar Hunt of El Dorado, daughter Karen Leigh Robinson of El Dorado and daughter Holly Morgan (Chad) of Hot Springs. He is survived by his brother, Glen (Cindy) Hunt and sisters; Nell (James) Grafton, Judy (Mike) Mabry, Jane Hunt and Shirley (Bill) Colvin. He is survived by seven grandchildren and three great grandchildren.
- Gil Colvin
- David Murphy
- Eddie Paul Evans
- Josh Machen
- Seth Robinson
- Chad Morgan
- Young Men's Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church, Honorary Pallbearers
- Visitation Tuesday, April 17, 2018
- Funeral Service Tuesday, April 17, 2018
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Tina Phillips Rischbieter
April 19, 2018
Something told me to look at Young's website today and I did. I have such fond memories working for Clyde at Lion Oil so many years ago. He was a super hero to this young girl in her early 20's back in 1983. I have great respect for him and send my prayers to his family.
April 17, 2018
Ms Laverne and family- I really enjoyed the time i got to take care of Mr Hunt. He was a real lady's man and would wink or throw kisses. I will continue to pray for your family during your time of loss.
April 16, 2018
Our deepest sympathy to you & your family. May God bless you & keep you in this hour of sorrow.
Jim, Linda, Jennifer, & Vikki Fox
April 16, 2018
Alan, our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family at this difficult time in your lives. Randy and Renee Gardner
Lisa Lyons Thomas
April 15, 2018
Mrs. Hunt, Karen, and family, I am saddened for us today to learn that Mr. Hunt has left our lives. I rejoice that he is now with our Lord Jesus Christ, and am sure he is fishing and hunting right now in the most beautiful place that exist. I will never forget when the house across the street came up for sale. My parents were crazy with worry about who would be moving in. The day that they found out it was the Hunt's, someone they both already knew well, my mother called me with so much excitement and relief in her voice! You became permanent staples in our lives and I can not express how much I appreciate everything that you both always did for my parents and for me. Lifelong loving friends are rare. Thank you for being just that. You will be in my prayers daily. God will bring you Comfort and Peace. Mr. Hunt, catch me some crappie/bream. I am not as good at it as you are but I will never get tired of eating them. Thank you for all of the past catches you gave me. All our Love, Mark & Lisa Lyons Thomas.