Susan Rierson Hunt

June 12, 1947April 1, 2019

Susan Rierson Hunt, 71, passed away Monday, April 1, 2019.

Susan was born in Forsyth County, June 12, 1947, a daughter of the late Robert and Clara Rule Rierson. She worked for Kayby Mills for many years and retired from Wayne Industries. Susan loved her family and enjoyed going to the beach.

Surviving are her husband of 56 years, Hilton Hunt; two sons, Tim Hunt and wife Theresa and their children, Tyler Hunt and fiancée Kristina Byerly and Dylan Hunt; Brian Hunt and husband Tim Nichols and son Joshua Hunt; sisters, Bobbie Hopkins and Marsha Hunt; and her fur children, Lulu and Doolie.

A Celebration of Life service will be held at a later date. Memorials may be directed to the Davidson County Animal Shelter or the Salvation Army of Davidson County. The family wishes to thank the ICU staff of Thomasville Medical Center for their loving care of Susan. Thomasville Funeral Home is serving the Hunt family.


  • Robert & Clara Rule Rierson, Parents
  • Hilton Hunt, Husband
  • Tim Hunt & wife Theresa, Son
  • Brian Hunt & husband Tim Nichols, Son
  • Tyler Hunt & fiancee Kristina Byerly, Grandchild
  • Dylan Hunt, Grandchild
  • Joshua Hunt, Grandchild
  • Bobbie Hopkins, Sister
  • Marsha Hunt, Sister
  • Mrs. Hunt is also survived by her fur children, LuLu & Doolie.

  • Davidson County Animal Shelter
  • Salvation Army of Davidson County


  • Celebration of Life- Held at a later date

Susan Rierson Hunt

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Pat Miller

April 14, 2019

Bobbi and Marsha, I just found out about the loss of your sister, Susan. She was a sweet person and dear Facebook friend. You are in thoughts and prayers .

Tina Ayers

April 1, 2019

I enjoyed working with Susan and eating lunch with her at Wayne industry she always had a smile on her face she loved her family and will be greatly missed

shirley evans

April 1, 2019

so sorry I am Doyle sister in law love to hear Tim sing Prayers to all

Kesha Mullis

April 1, 2019

I worked with Susan for many years at Wayne Industries. She was so kind and everyone loved her. I enjoyed seeing her everyday to say good morning because she always greeted me with a smile. She will truly be missed. Prayers for the family ❤