• 85 years old
  • Date of birth: Feb 25, 1923
  • Place of birth:
    Aquilla, Texas, United States
  • Date of passing: Jul 5, 2008
  • Place of passing:
    Pasadena, Texas, United States
Let the memory of HILTON be with us forever
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, HILTON Hunt, 85, born on February 25, 1923 and passed away on July 5, 2008. We will remember him forever.
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This tribute was added by Hilda Moore on 4th March 2016

"The best momma and daddy in the whole world. I Love and miss you both. Life will never be the same with out you both. Love, from your little girl,, Hilda"

This tribute was added by Hilda Moore on 4th March 2016


This tribute was added by Hilda Moore on 4th March 2016

"MY DADDY WAS A W.W.II.VETERAN . DADDY SERVED 5 YEAR'S IN THE UNITED STATE'S ARMY. SARGENT HILTON J. HUNT. HE SERVED UNDER GENERAL PATTON.  He said he was on his knee's welding on General Patton's tank, when heard someone call his name . He stood up and just has he did ,he got shot in his upper thigh. There was a sniper that was aiming his Rifle at his head.to kill him. He said he asked who called his name and all of his troops brother's said no had called him. Jesus Christ had called him to save him from being shot in the head. My Daddy was a honest,proud man. He was married to my momma 53 year's. Betty Lou Hunt. She was 14 years old and my Daddy was 18 year's old. They had 5 kid's, several grandchildren and several great great grandchildren. Daddy was buried by my momma on July 10,2008.   My husband and I seen to his last rights at Bayshore Hospital. Our preacher an noted his head with oil and asked him do you believe Jesus died for your sins and shed his blood for our sins. Preacher prayed for him. Daddy said yes to the preacher. He had tubes down his nose , so he could not talk , so he shook his head yes.  I stayed the night with him before he was taken to hospital. He would cry out Dear Lord , help me this is pitafull. So that when I heard him ,I knew he believed in God. That was the first time in my life that I ever heard him pray out loud. We always had on Sunday's we all  together said prayer before we ate .we would  join hand's at the dinner table and momma would say whose turn it to say grace . daddy never said it. But he would say Amen. With all of us.I followed his last request. Which he said was I don't won't any one going in debt over my funeral ,that funeral home's only making money  business off some body greave. He said I don't have much life insurance . To do what he said, (quote) I don't care if you dig a hole and put me in it or have me creamated. As long as I am buried next to your momma. That wasn't him. That his soul had already left his body. He could of been buried at the veterans cemetary with full Honor's, they would of paid for everything. But he said he wanted to be next to my momma. So the cheapest way was to have him cremated and buried next to my momma. He knew I would do what he said, and I did. What he said.that I would stand up against any one who tried to but in..  He also wanted me and Margie to have and split his money half in half. But he didn't put any ones name on his acct. So the money he has is still in the bank, he had over 13,000 in his acct. And he said me and Margie was the only one's that stuck by him after my momma died. I told one lie , cause I didn't want my little sister to be hurt. That he said her name was not to get anything.nor both of my brothers was not to get any thing.or his grand children. That me and Margie was to split it. So the money is still in the bank. I had him creamated. And they all 5 kids signed the form for him to be cremated. So that's he would be buried by my momma.so now I am the black sheep of the family now.. I didn't have a car at that time. When the funeral home came to pick his body up , I had to ask him to take me home and he did. Then I found out they had went in his apt. and took everything they wanted before he died. Daddy had left me his profile that his grandfather had gave him, to me. They stopped that and they won't give me back my pics. Of my uncle Jr. That had died in w.w.ll in the war. Took his car. His wallet. My little sister won't give me back all my pics.  Daddy did not want to be resusstaded or to be hooked up to machine's. He said let me go. He died in the ambulance and brought him back to life. I watched him suffer for 3 week's. Giving nothing for pain. Doctor said he was drowning in his own fluid's in his lung's. He also had prostrate cancer, phenomena, massive heart attack, and was going to put him on dyalis kidney's was failing. Daddy wanted to go home to die. But the hospital would not release him. Doctor called me and said to get up there he had went into a coma and only hours to live. I have forgiven them for what they had said about me. Cause Jesus says you are to forgive other's in order for him to forgive you. They claim to be a Christian, who is without sin ,cast the first stone....they also called caps. On me trying to get my grand children taken away. Cause when I talked to last one and I said I knew who called and explained everything to him. I asked him again which called. He said I think you already know.  From what you have stated to me. I can't tell you a name but you already know. She called about 5 time's to cps. They could see nothing has been done,  they made false statement's. Case closed. Momma and daddy would be so ashamed of them. For they fought and worked hard all there life to build this family and keep it together. They tore apart this family and not put back together is ashamed. I love them and miss them.I was Daddy's favorite little girl. One of my sister's stated all her life how much she hated him and then when he  died that's her daddy. .. I never said anything bad about my parent's. I love and miss them so much. But I know one day I will be in heaven with Jesus and momma and daddy and my baby girl misty Renee and my other love one's. In the name of Jesus. Amen!!"

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