Billy George Hunter

Posted 9/29/20

Billy George “Pete” Hunter; 90 years, 8 months 25 days; of Madisonville, TX; passed away on Tuesday; September 22, 2020 in Madisonville, TX. Funeral services are scheduled for 10AM on Saturday; September 26, 2020 at The First United Methodist Church in Madisonville, TX with Rev. Jim Jackson officiating. The burial will follow at George Cemetery in Normangee, TX. The visitation is scheduled from 5-7PM on Friday; September 25, 2020 at Day Funeral Home Chapel in Madisonville, TX.

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Billy George Hunter

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Billy George “Pete” Hunter; 90 years, 8 months 25 days; of Madisonville, TX; passed away on Tuesday; September 22, 2020 in Madisonville, TX. Funeral services are scheduled for 10AM on Saturday; September 26, 2020 at The First United Methodist Church in Madisonville, TX with Rev. Jim Jackson officiating. The burial will follow at George Cemetery in Normangee, TX. The visitation is scheduled from 5-7PM on Friday; September 25, 2020 at Day Funeral Home Chapel in Madisonville, TX.

Pete was born on December 28, 1929 in “The George Community” to George and Ocie (Berry) Hunter. He graduated from Normangee High School in 1947 and served his county in The United States Army during the Korean War and was honorably discharged as a corporal. Pete retired from The Texas Department of Criminal Justice, and after retiring, he went to work at Vick Lumber Company for many years. He was a faithful member of The First United Methodist Church and he served his community for many years as the Chief of the Madisonville Volunteer Fire Department.

Pete was preceded in death by his parents, his wife, Virginia Ann (Hodges) Hunter; his infant daughter, GeorgAnne Hunter; and his siblings, Willie Mae Abbott, James Hunter, Gladys Carter, Martha Smith, and Velma Hunter.

Pete is survived by his children, Michelle Mock (Greg) and Brian Hunter (Sherry) and his grandchildren, Gracie Mock, Meghan Mock, Micah Mock, Callee Hunter, and Madison Hunter.

In lieu of flowers, memorials for Pete may be given to The First United Methodist Church, The Madisonville Volunteer Fire Department or charity of your choice.

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