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Pastor Sammie L. Hunt
November 23, 1938 ~ June 8, 2018 (age 79) 79 Years Old
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On Friday, June 8, 2018, Pastor Sammie L. Hunt, also known as Pastor Samuel L. Hunt, departed this life following a brief illness. He was born on November 23, 1938 to the late Deacon Johnnie and Annie Hunt in Laurel, Newton County, Mississippi.
At an early age, Sammie Hunt joined the Sweet Hope Baptist Church in Laurel. Early in 1960, he played a great part in founding a new church, on the city line, where it was much needed. They named the church St. Luke Baptist Church. It was there, in 1962, Sammie Hunt accepted his call to Ministry, after struggling with it since 1949. Pastor Hunt delivered his initial sermon on January 5, 1963.
Pastor Samuel Hunt served as associate pastor of Welcome Baptist Church in Hartford, Connecticut from 1965 until April 1986. It was during this time, in 1971, that he met his wife, Annie. Pastor Hunt was married to Annie Mitchell on January 15, 1972. They moved to Wadley, Jefferson County, Georgia in 1986.
Pastor Hunt has pastored five churches, Brown Chapel, Swainsboro, Georgia, Holly Grove, Dublin, Georgia, Franklin Grove, Swainsboro, Georgia, Green Grove, Cross-Green Community, Emanuel County, Georgia and Peaceful Zion, Wadley, Georgia.
Days after his pastoring, Pastor Hunt continued to serve his ministry well by preaching, visiting nursing homes and hospitals and regularly aiding the public in every way possible. When asked what were his interest his wife fondly remembers that he loved reading the Bible, writing, visiting the sick and fishing.
His parents, Johnnie and Annie Gray Hunt and brother, Edward Hunt preceded him in death.
He leaves to cherish his memory: his wife, Annie M. Mitchell Hunt, Wadley, Georgia; one sister, Mamie Ruth Roberts, Laurel, Mississippi, his sisters-in-law and brothers-in-law, Amy Mitchell (Jessie) Alston, Statesboro, Georgia, Mattie (J.T.) Smith, Blythe, Georgia, Lizzie Bostic, Fort Lauderdale, Florida and Walter (Frances) Mitchell, Wadley, Georgia; nieces and nephews, reared as his own, LaFaye Nobles, Laurel, Mississippi, Dorothy (Robert) Hills, North West Center Point, Alabama, Patricia Montgomery, Tupelo, Mississippi, Barbara (J.B.) Booth, Laurel, Mississippi, Johnnie (Bessie Mae) Roberts, Laurel, Mississippi and Jackie Roberts, Laurel, Mississippi. His godchildren. Deacon Michael (Linda) Lewis, Deacon Colin (Louise) Turner and Deacon Artis (Nettie) Daniels, all of Wadley, Georgia and a host of cousins, other relatives and friends.