Obituary: Robert K. (Bob) Hunt 1943 - 2015

Robert K. (Bob) Hunt

Robert K. (Bob) Hunt

Robert K. (Bob) Hunt of Prescott, AZ, died suddenly Friday February 6, 2015. Bob was born in Ithaca, NY., on January 22, 1943 to Glenn and Ethel Hunt. At an early age, his family moved to Phoenix, AZ. After graduating from Brophy Prep High School, Bob enlisted in the U. S. Marines where he served honorably. In 1995, Bob and his wife, Kathy established Bob Hunt Bail Bonds, where his motto was "Sometimes bad things happen to good people" and his signature trademark was his metal briefcase.

Bob was a member of St. George Orthodox Church, the Professional Bail Agents of the U.S., VFW Post #54, Marine Corp League, and the American Legion Post #6, where he proudly served on the Honor Guard for many years.

On May 25, 1996, Bob married his soul mate and sweetheart, Kathleen Hunt.

They enjoyed hiking and traveling together. Bob is also survived by his beloved sister, Cynthia Denton, brother, Glenn Hunt, stepdaughters, Stacy (Steve) Miller and Kathy Glenn, Nephews, Troy (Lindsay) Denton, Scott (Denise) Denton, Greg (Maria) Denton and niece Kimberly Adams. Bob loved being Zedo (Grandpa) to his grandchildren, Andrew, Heather, Christina, Allison and Eric Miller, Luke and Rachel Glenn and Corbin Rekucha . Mike Baker continues to be a valued employee of Bob Hunt Bail Bonds. Bob enjoyed the many adventures he had with longtime buddy, Jack Taylor.

Funeral service will be 1:00 PM Thursday February 12, 2015 at St. George Greek Orthodox Church, 609 W. Gurley St., Prescott, AZ., interment with Military Honors will follow at Pioneer Home Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, a donation can be made to American Legion Post #6 Scholarship Fund, 202 S. Pleasant, Prescott, AZ 86303.

Please visit www.heritagemortuary.com to sign Bob's online guest book. Services entrusted to Heritage Memory Mortuary.

Information provided by survivors.

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