Geneva Ferguson Hunter

June 22, 1931July 6, 2011

Geneva Ferguson Hunter, age 80, died July 6, 2011 in Roswell, Georgia. She was born in Englewood, Tennessee on 22 June 1931. Geneva was the Daughters of the American Revolution Representative for Englewood High School for her Senior Class. Geneva recently earned the Cold War Certificate from the Defense Secretary Robert Gates of the Department of Defense for her service at the Federal Bureau of Investigation during the Cold War (1952-1957). Geneva married William Charles Hunter, III on December 21, 1956. Geneva is survived by her husband, William Charles Hunter, III, her two sons, William Charles (Chuck) Hunter, IV and his wife Dr. Margaret Gallagher of Lilburn, Georgia and Ricky Lee Hunter of Roswell, Georgia and grandsons Daniel Lee Hunter, Derek William Hunter, granddaughter Rachel Geneva Hunter, two brothers, John Ferguson of Southgate Michigan, Coleman R. Ferguson and his wife Bettye of Tulsa, Oklahoma, and her sister Veda Ferguson Collins and her husband Robert Collins of Loudon, Tennessee and 3 nephews.


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Bill & Caroline Wade

July 10, 2011

Bill and sons/family...Geneva was a beautiful person, inside and out. The love you all shared is obvious and will endure eternity. For the more than 45 years we have been friends, you have put Gen first and foremost in all that you do, and you received the same back from her. I know you will treasure your memories and I know she is a child of God who has now returned to Him. She is safe in His arms.


July 10, 2011

I' sorry for your loss of a loved one, hopefully you will find comfort during your hard times. (Psalm 65:2)

Sam Stiles

July 9, 2011

Bill, Chuck, and Ricky,
I'm very sorry for your loss. I know you will be comforted by many fond memories of a fine and loving wife and mother. God Bless.

Janie Stone

July 8, 2011

Bill words can't express what I feel. Geneva was a beautiful lady, she had the most caring and supportive husband any lady could ever want. Bill your love for Geneva was a true and unconditional love. You always put her first and wanted her to have the best care possible. You will be in my prayers.