Brent Allen Hunter 1956 2022, death notice, Obituaries, Necrology
Obituary for Brent Allen Hunter
Brent Allen Hunter
March 23, 1956 – December 25, 2022
Brent Allen Hunter died suddenly of a heart attack on December 25, 2022.
Brent was born in Saskatoon on March 23, 1956 and grew up in Vancouver, Edmonton, Camrose and Saskatoon. He lived out his adult years in Saskatoon, where he worked at Intercontinental Packers (Mitchell’s Gourmet Foods) before retiring.
Brent inspired so many people every day – he was a fighter and conquered many challenges throughout his life. He was sober for 36 years and helped many others get sober. One day at a time.
Brent is survived by his 20-year-old partner, Melanie Leis; his three children, Travis (Amy), Shelbie (Andrew) & Kari; and his grandsons Lucas, Calden, and Annalae; Melanie’s children, Tami and Tyson; and grandchildren, McKenzi, Santana and Levi. He will be fondly remembered by many family members; Vivian Hunter, Bev Hunter, Bart Hunter (Cindy), Donna (Eric), Gwen, Brent, Nancy, Lynda, Judi and many nephews/nieces and relatives. Special thanks to his always there friends Larry Lich, Albert Croucher, Mike Banyay and Harvey Bourassa, his AA sponsor Garry Peters and his many AA friends. Brent was deceased by his parents, Bernie & Bill; brothers, Greg and Terry; Melanie’s parents, Fay and JR Rezansoff; and brother Brian.
Brent was a wise, loving and compassionate man. He had a charismatic personality and an infectious smile and laugh that drew people in. Hilarious says it all! He loved oldies music, a good steak and sports – especially basketball, which he had played and coached from a young age. His favorite song was Frank Sinatra’s “My Way,” which perfectly described Brent’s life. Brent has achieved so much in his life. He loved politics and was the first to volunteer to help those less fortunate than himself. Brent enjoyed talking and visiting, and he had a large circle of friends. Nothing made him happier than visiting his people. He had great taste, was a man of class, and a mainstay in the lives of many. He will be sorely missed.
Donations on behalf of Brent can be made to the Schizophrenia Society of Saskatchewan.
A funeral service will be held in the spring and will be announced closer to that time.
We extend our deepest condolences to Brent’s family and friends
Hunter 1956 2022 and hope their memory can be a comfort at this difficult time. Your thoughts and kind words will be greatly appreciated.
Saskatoon Funeral Home
Obituary for the city: Saskatoon, province: Saskatchewan
Hunters 1956 2022
Hunters 1956 2022
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