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Dear Lenora, So sorry to head about Andy. I will never forget how wonderful you and Andy was to my family nor forget me and my children trick or treating at your home. My prayers are with you. So sorry I did not make it to the funeral home.


Posted by: Tammy Shrader Patton    Mar 05, 2013

It's hard to think of West 7th Street Church of Christ without Andy Hunter there. I've known him since I was a little girl through church and passing his lovely home so many times then through Middle Tennessee Bank and most recently through West 7th where my parents attend.

Mr. Hunter's legacy is how much of a good-hearted Southern gentleman he was. It is so true, "People will forget what you said, People will forget what you did, But people

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Posted by: Allison Dean Love - Columbia, SC   Mar 04, 2013

Lenora,As a little boy,I sat with Andy at church at Berea,I believe I sat between you and Andy (in his jaguar) when you dated once.I remember his mother ,the wonderful dinners at the Hunter home,so many years ago. God blessed us with only a few Andy Hunters and I am so proud he was my friend.I found out today of his death and am so sorry.phil


Posted by: phil pantall - franklin, TN - old friends   Feb 28, 2013

Mrs. Hunter I am so sorry to hear about your loss. I remember being young and you and Mr. Hunter taking us for ice cream and visiting at your home. Mom and I was talking not long ago about you all and all you did for us. Mr. Hunter and you were two of the sweetest people I have ever known, may God bless you during these hard times and your find comfort in knowing that he was a great man,friend and a very kind person. Linda Mangrum Bradford daughter of Martha Sewell


Posted by: Linda Mangrum Bradford - Shelbyville, TN - friend   Feb 26, 2013

I always thought so much of Mr. Hunter. I have known him ever since I was a little girl as he and Mrs. Hunter were friends of my parents, Bobby and Peggy Sampson. I later went to work at a doctors office where the Hunters were patients. Mr. Hunter always made my day when he walked in he door. He was such a genuine person with a smile on his face. My prayers are with Mrs. Hunter in the days ahead.


Posted by: Crystal Sampson Tucker - Ardmore, TN - Friend   Feb 23, 2013

I just want you to know that Mr. Andy & Mrs Lenora were two of my very favorite people and there will never be anyone like them. I met Mr. Andy when I was very young & he always made me feel special. God bless you Mrs. Lenora. You had the best!


Posted by: Jo Ann Mathis Jones - Columbia, TN - long time friend   Feb 23, 2013

Lenora, We are so sorry for your loss. Betty Jo and I sure thought the world of Andy. He was definately a country gentleman. We consider ourselves fortunate to have known him. Just remember that those who live in the Lord never see each other for the last time. Love in Christ Roger Peters


Posted by: Roger Peters - Columbia, TN - Friend   Feb 23, 2013

Those of us who had the pleasure of knowing Mr. Hunter are truly blessed. He always had a warm smile on his face and an extended hand for a handshake or embrace. He had a way of making you feel so very special and always welcome in his presence. Mr. Hunter was a true Southern Gentleman and a fine Christian man. We should all strive to be more like him. His love and admiration for Mrs. Hunter was witnessed by

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Posted by: Kim & Tim Henderson - Columbia, TN - Friend   Feb 22, 2013

On behalf of the Truelove, Pipkin and Benson families we would like extend our sincere condolences. Andy was such a wonderful man and we are so sorry for your loss. We will be thinking of you during this difficult time.

Sue Truelove Benson


Posted by: Sue Coleman Truelove Benson - Knoxville, TN - Family Friend   Feb 22, 2013

Lenora, Andy was always very special to us and I will miss his many stories.Bo, Kathryn, Amy and I will keep you and Andy in our thoughts and prayers. My grandfather Harlan always thought a lot of Andy.


Posted by: ROBERT T HUNTER JR - Mobile, AL - cousin   Feb 22, 2013