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George Hunt

George Copeland Hunt

Thursday, June 18th, 1925 - Saturday, June 20th, 2020
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Hunt, George Copeland

Died in his beloved home of 64 years on Saturday, June 20, 2020 just two days after celebrating his 95th birthday. Devoted husband of the late Kathleen Armour (1999). Proud father of Janice Squirrell (Bill), Martin Hunt and Lloyd Hunt. Grandfather of Laura Goode (Chris) and Colin Squirrell (Jen) and great-grandfather of Ben, Cate and Winter-Lee. He will be remembered as a master builder of buildings and apple pies.
If desired, donations to Headwaters Health Care Centre or the charity of your choice would be appreciated. At George’s request there will be no service. Cremation has occurred and a private burial will take place at Honeywood Cemetery.
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    Honeywood Cemetery
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George’s request there will be no service. Cremation has occurred and a private burial will take place at Honeywood Cemetery.


Donations are being accepted for: HEADWATERS HEALTH CARE CENTRE.


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Kristine Robinson-Pedicone

Posted at 12:02pm
Janice, Martin, Lloyd nad families,
What a wonderful long and fulfilled life your dad has had. I have known him all of my life as he was active in our community for years. I Would see him out and about and he always had a smile. Sending heartfelt sympathies on his passing as I know he will be missed.

Kristine Robinson Pedicone


Jim Miles

Posted at 08:19pm
George was a gentle man with a great laugh. He taught me the safe use of a 22 rifle, which I used about three times. I always look to my left as I go up highway 24 above Hornings Mills with fond memories of George. With warm regards, Jim Miles

Nancy Lane

Posted at 07:15pm
To Janice, Martin and Lloyd. I am very sorry to hear your dad has passed. He was a kind gentle man. Many dinners we shared as family when we were young children at your mom and dads home. Cherrish the memories and he will always be watching over you all and his grand children.
Nancy Lane.

John Wright

Posted at 09:56pm
George was my mentor while he was at the helm of Dufferin County’s nascent Building Department. Fiercely independent and resistant to political influence, George was a student of the then new Ontario Building Code and applied it consistently and sensibly. He launched my career and was always generous with advice, anecdotes and insights formed from a lifetime of experience. A renaissance man, George was largely self taught. He was quick to adopt personal computers and grew his woodworking skills into crafting musical instruments. While our paths diverged in recent years, George’s spirit will remain close. Sincere condolences to his family and friends.

graham legge

Posted at 05:04pm
Janice, Lloyd and Martin,
Our most sincere condolences upon your loss. George was one of a kind, in a very special way.
My wife Jill and I met George in 1983 when he told both of us we were "crazy" to think about building an Earth Home.
A week later he thought we might have an idea that might work. Over the course of the summer that year we became friends.
To make a long story short, our "crazy" earth home became a reality with your father's guidance and innovative ideas.
He became our good friend, staying with us when he couldn't get home in the frigid winters of Dufferin county.
The Earth home no longer exists, but it worked beyond our wildest imagination thanks to your dad.
What a great guy your dad was. He will be in our thoughts and memories.
Again, our condolences upon your loss. The world lost a good man with your dad's passing.
Be well and stay safe.


Jill and Graham Legge

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