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“Our prayers and thoughts go to the family at your time of loss...Gregory and Valerie (Saunders) Newman. ”
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“My condolences on the loss of your dear mother,may God be with you in a very difficult time. ”
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Mrs. Margaret H. (Minnis) Hunter, 87, of Sheffield Street, Waterbury, passed away on Saturday, August 29, 2020, at Autumn Lake Healthcare at Bucks Hill. She was the widow of Mr. Jerry Hunter Sr.

Mrs. Hunter was born October 12, 1932, in Waterbury, CT., a daughter to the late Frederick and Lillie (Gatling) Minnis.

Margaret was educated in the Waterbury Public School System where she attended Crosby High School. She was employed by Unisys Corp for many years until her retirement and was also a Senior Companion through New Opportunities of Waterbury. Mrs. Hunter was a faithful member at Mt. Olive AME Church and where she was a member of the Flower Club and Willing Workers. Margaret enjoyed listening to Gospel Music, reading, word puzzles, and putting puzzles together. She also enjoyed watching UCONN Basketball, both the men and women's teams. In her spare time and in addition to the other things she enjoyed doing she also loved watching movies, baking, desserts, going on shopping trips, going to the casino with her friends, family gatherings, especially holidays and cookouts. She always looked forward to visits and sleepovers with her grandchildren and was a fan of Garfield the cat.

She leaves to cherish her memories her children; Jeremiah (Beverly) Hunter Jr, Jeffery (Debra) Hunter, Keith Hunter, and Deborah Hunter all of Waterbury, Bruce (Linda) Hunter of New Britian, CT, and Brenda (Bryan) Douglas of Ansonia, CT, twelve grandchildren, several great grandchildren, a host of family and friends. She was predeceased by daughter; Valerie Hunter, brother; Frederick Minnis, Jr., sister; Mary Lewis, and ex-husband Jeremiah Hunter.