Harry Hunt

Memorial service Sunday for Harry Hunt

Aldergrove volunteer Harry Hunt's legacy to live on in Aldergrove

Harry Hunt, a respected and long-serving member of the Aldergrove community, passed away November 7.

Harry, 75, had been fighting a very difficult battle with cancer for the past couple of years. Harry was well known, respected and loved in our community, We were left shocked and saddened at the news of the man, the farmer, the sports enthusiast, the janitor, or for most of our younger generation, the guy with the camera they hoped was pointed at them. Please join us in celebrating Harry’s life.

Harry’s family has requested that all donations in Harry’s memory go towards a scholarship for youth who have participated in sports in Aldergrove. An account has been set up at Aldergrove Credit Union – Harry Hunt Scholarship Fund 679493.

Thank you for your support.

The public is invited to Harry Hunt’s Celebration of Life on Sunday, December 6, 1:30 p.m. at Aldergrove Community Secondary School, 26850 – 29 Avenue, Aldergrove.

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