ForeverMissed

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Thomas Hunt . Family and friends described him as the most genuine, funniest, encouraging, kindest, most beautiful, caring and selfless human. He was always there for people to lift them up with encouraging words and valued everyone. We will remember him forever.

Posted by Dori Rice-courtwright on April 15, 2019
u will truly b missed cuzzy but i know ur with grandma and grandpa
Posted by Hannah Hillenbrand on April 14, 2019
You came into my life and changed me forever. You showed me uncondtional love and friendship. There were no bounds. I miss talking to you everyday. I looked forward to it so much. You made my days so bright with knowing my phone would light up seeing your name. Thank you for being my friend. I will hold you close forever. I don't want to tell you goodbye but I will see you soon. Please watch over me and let me know you're around. I love you so much Tom.
Forever and always, Bean.
Posted by Linda Virginia on April 14, 2019
I am so sorry for your loss for there are no words when you lose a child. You all will forever be my extended family and I shall grieve with you. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Posted by Cassidy Doig on April 13, 2019
Tommy, you are loved by many and will be missed in so many different ways. Growing up catching crawfish at Mill Run Park will be always our place. I can come find your spirit there. Your initials will forever be marked in those trees. I hope you are finally at peace and can rest now. Keep an eye on us. With all my love Cassidy
Posted by Steph Hunt on April 13, 2019
Forever in our hearts sorry for your loss rest in peace Tommy
Posted by William E Courtwright on April 13, 2019
Sorry for your loss
Posted by Stacie Lynne on April 13, 2019
In heaven pain does not exist, worry does not exist, stress does not exist, fear, sorrow, addiction, grief… they are all nonexistent. We will be unable to feel these horrible things. In heaven only joy, happiness, laughter and love will take over our lives.
"He will wipe every tear from their eyes. There will be no more death or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away." He who was seated on the throne said, "I am making everything new!" The he said, "Write this down, for these words are trustworthy and true."
(Revelations 21: 4-5)
Believers receive a crown in heaven. May you rest in eternal peace.

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Posted by Dori Rice-courtwright on April 15, 2019
u will truly b missed cuzzy but i know ur with grandma and grandpa
Posted by Hannah Hillenbrand on April 14, 2019
You came into my life and changed me forever. You showed me uncondtional love and friendship. There were no bounds. I miss talking to you everyday. I looked forward to it so much. You made my days so bright with knowing my phone would light up seeing your name. Thank you for being my friend. I will hold you close forever. I don't want to tell you goodbye but I will see you soon. Please watch over me and let me know you're around. I love you so much Tom.
Forever and always, Bean.
Posted by Linda Virginia on April 14, 2019
I am so sorry for your loss for there are no words when you lose a child. You all will forever be my extended family and I shall grieve with you. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
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Shared by Bridget Eagan on April 27, 2019

I remember we spent our Valentines Day at Friendlys in Fayetteville- its closed now. You wore a silly Mountain Dew hat, and ordered Mountain Dew as the soda, and felt really corny and self conscious. You were always so smart and aware. We were so excited for our future. Always dreaming and scheming for what we would end up doing, acheiving. We were young.

I remember you drumming on the steering wheel, your face contorted with passion while singing rock songs. Radiohead, Tool, RJD2...

I remember you moved to tears one night, because you just loved your mother so much. I remember how you'd talk about how smart yet humble your father was; how he could figure out anything, and how he was encouraging about your baseball...I remember how impressed you always were with your uncle Dannys ability to pretty much do anything, you said he could build a motorcycle from a manual. You loved your family, and they loved you. And love doesn't die.

I remember learning the term "old lady," which is what I was fondly referred to, as your old lady. I had never heard that before.

Late nite talks into the dawn, listening to music... you could hear a funk track and know how to play it on bass, just like that. You wanted to be a music producer, and there's no doubt in my mind you would have succeeded. You were told you would've been a great counselor, and I'm certain you would have, as well. Whatever you wanted, you could've done.

We knew everything about eachother that there was to know. But, I didn't know you wrote poetry until I was unpacking my stuff in 2016, after moving, and I found notebooks with your poetry in it. It was beautiful. It was professional level.

I thought about reaching out within the month before your passing. I wish I did.

I really wish this didn't happen.

I love you.

Tom

Shared by Vickey Hand on April 13, 2019

What a great person. You will be missed dearly.  Stacy that is perfect.   Kind, loving , thoughtful just a few words I could use to describe Tommy.   I know you are at peace.   We will meet again.