Patricia Ann Hunter

February 24, 1960May 10, 2020

Patricia Ann Hunter, age 60, of Redfield, Arkansas passed away May 10, 2020 at Jefferson Regional Medical Center. She was born in Monticello, Arkansas on February 24, 1960 to parents J. C. Harold Caine and Ruby Annis Caine. She was known to most of her family and friends as “Sis” or “Pat”.

Pat trained as a LPN and worked for many years at the Veterans Affairs. She loved working with people. The thing she enjoyed most in her life was spending time with her grandchildren, her family and her friends.

Patricia is preceded in death by her parents, J. C. Harold Caine,Sr. and Ruby Caine; her brothers, J. C. Harold Caine, Jr., James Caine and Willie Caine; husband, Billy Cherry and second husband, Clarence Hunter.

Left to cherish her memory are her children, Rebecca Taber (Mitch) of Redfield, AR, Johnny Williams (Heather) of Bastrop, LA, Debbie Vorhease (Carl) of Haworth, OK, and Wayne Cherry of Phenix City, AL; brother Dale Caine (Jean) of Snyder, AR; sister, Glenda Thomas (James) of Princeton, LA and sister, Abbie Masters of Bastrop, LA; grandchildren, Dylan Williams of Knoxville, TN, Hailey Oliver of Redfield, AR, Ralexus Smart of Redfield, AR, Jaycee Smart of Redfield, AR and Lincoln Williams of Bastrop, LA.

Due to the current COVID situation, there will be a private funeral service honoring Pat’s life held at a later date with limited attendance.

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Phillip Toombs

May 16, 2020

To the Hunter family my deepest heartfelt condolences . Pat, Myra and I would take ,breaks together at work. She was a very compassionate person and we really loved her. She will be missed by many of us at the VA Hospital.

Johnny Williams

May 14, 2020

Angela Darling

May 13, 2020

The first day I met her I showed up unexpectedly at her house but with open arms she invited me into her home. She was so sweet and had a beautiful soul and I knew from that day forward I would always have a forever friend. I'm so glad that I was graced with her friendship. RIP friend. Thank you for your acceptance and kindness. Xoxo

Tim Arquitt

May 13, 2020

I remember as a young teenager going to her house with Dale.

Earlene Smith

May 13, 2020

It's been years since I saw you but we shared many memories and to this day I still think of you. My thoughts and prayers are with your family.

David Pruitt

May 12, 2020

Dale my brother im so sorry for your loss i am praying for you and all your family to find peace during that hard time... Love you brother....

David, Brianne and Delanie Pruitt

Brenda Nelms

May 12, 2020

One year we were having a Halloween hayride, we had stopped off at an old cemetery, dated back in the 1800's, it was so dark you could hardly see where you walking, we had to walk way back in the woods to get to it, Patricia had felling a hole, back there, thinking she had fell into a grave, she was screaming at the top of her lungs. We laughed so hard just trying to get her out of the hole. We had a blast,

JAmes Robertson

May 12, 2020

Deb & I are so sorry for your loss ! Your family are in our prayers. Your mom is in heaven and there’s no more pain and hurting!

Brenda Brown

May 12, 2020

I worked with Pat for only a short time in Primary Care at the VA in NLR. she was such a kind, fun loving person. I truly enjoyed working with her. So sorry for your family’s loss. I know she will be missed.

Alvin Cassity

May 12, 2020

She will be greatly missed. Thoughts and prayers are with the family.


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