OBITUARY

Elizabeth Dorsey Hunt

August 7, 1938June 10, 2018

Elizabeth Dorsey Hunt died peacefully at home on a beautiful Sunday morning on June 10, 2018, at 79 years of age. She was surrounded by family. She was born on August 7, 1938, in Goodman, MS. She was married to Bob Hunt who preceded her in death on June 8, 2005. She was a member of Meadowbrook Church of Christ. She is survived by daughter Janice Hunt; grandchildren Jeremy Gunalda (Beth), Josh Gunalda, and Jonah Gunalda (Rachel); and five great grandchildren: Josie Gunalda (Trey Ryals), Karris Gunalda, Ethan Gunalda, Dorsey Gunalda, and Lucas Gunalda. Visitation will be held Tuesday June 12, 2018 at Parkway Funeral Home in Ridgeland, MS, from 9-11 AM with a graveside service to follow at 11:00.

  • FAMILY

  • Janice Hunt, Daughter
  • Jeremy and wife Beth Gunalda, Grandson
  • Josh Gunalda, Grandson
  • Jonah and wife Rachel Gunalda, Grandson
  • Mrs. Hunt also leaves five great grandchildren: Josie Gunalda (Trey Ryals), Karris Gunalda, Ethan Gunalda, Dorsey Gunalda, and Lucas Gunalda to cherish her memory.
  • PALLBEARERS

  • Jeremy Gunalda
  • Josh Gunalda
  • Jonah Gunalda
  • Larry Allen
  • Augusta Sterling
  • Coyt Hunt

Services

  • Visitation Tuesday, June 12, 2018
  • Graveside Service Tuesday, June 12, 2018
REMEMBERING

Elizabeth Dorsey Hunt

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Dianne Barnidge

June 11, 2018

Janice, my deepest condolences to you and your family on the loss of your mother. My thoughts and prayers will be with you all during this difficult time.

Dianne Weaver Barnidge

Debbie Smith

June 11, 2018

Janice, I was so heart broken to get the call yesterday from Carol, telling me of your mom passing. Tears and Joy for her!
I know she is in no more pain and surly in Heaven now, and we'll all see her again! She was an amazing women! I learned so
much from her and even though I didn't see her much, always know I sure did Love her. All of her good cooking, from the
pepper steak to that amazing salsa! My funniest memory was when we went to Toledo Bend fishing on the 4th of July. Uncle Bob and Fred just had to take us night fishing and they both bought $40.00 lanterns for the boats. Well off we went out on the lake and THE BIGIEST STORM came up. Me and her laughed and were so thankful we made it back to shore! And we joked about those $40.00 Lanterns for a long time. I know she was THE BEST MOM and GRANDMOM, because she sure was THE BEST AUNT I could have ever had! I love all of you, Debbie

FROM THE FAMILY