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Deirdre Bridget (Webster) Hunt
November 14, 1943 ~ October 16, 2023 (age 79) 79 Years Old
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Deirdre Bridget Hunt (Dee) passed away on Monday, October 16, 2023, at the age of 79 at the Hinton General Hospital. She was born on November 14, 1943, in Halifax, Yorkshire, England to Ralph and Mary Ellen Webster.
On November 16, 1963, she married Ian Edgar Hunt in Halifax, Yorkshire, England. Deirdre was a Royal Air Force Veteran. SAC(W) 1962/1963 (Cold War), later became a Product Analyst/Admin Manager at Westaim/Sherritt, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta.
In July of 1973 Deirdre, her husband Ian and their two children, Dawn and Alan, emigrated to Canada. After spending 5 years in Kitimat, British Columbia, the Family relocated to Alberta in 1978.
Her hobbies were: going to the Gym, weaving and handbag making. As a family, we were so proud of her achievements: she completed both her BA and Masters in English following retirement.
She was survived by spouse Ian Edgar Hunt, son Alan Patrick Hunt of Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, daughter Dawn Marie Gauchier and son in Law Dennis Gauchier of Hinton, Alberta, and granddaughter Amanda Monique Gauchier of Edmonton, Alberta.
Deirdre was predeceased by her parents Ralph and Mary Ellen Webster as well as her sister Stella Webster.
A 'Celebration of Deirdre's Life' will take place on the afternoon of the 4th of November 2023, at 99 Cheviot Drive, Hinton, Alberta.
Friends are invited to drop by at any time between the hours of 1 and 4pm to pay their respects.