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Terri Lynn Shanaman Hunt

May 18, 1959 — December 5, 2023

It is with a profound sense of loss and cherished memories that the family of Terri Lynn Shanaman Hunt announces her peaceful passing on December 5, 2023, in Greenville, SC. Born on May 18, 1959, in Phoenixville, PA, Terri's effervescent spirit and generous heart touched the lives of all who knew her.

Terri, a beloved mother, grandmother, sister, and daughter, is survived by her loving father, Harry M. Shanaman and wife Barbara of Tampa, Florida, and her devoted sibling, Tracy L. Vogel. She was a guiding light to her children, Peter S. Hunt II and wife Meryl, Paul S. Hunt, and Kassandra Hunt, and a doting grandmother to Joshua M. Moran, Paul R. Hunt, Penelope H. Hunt, Havaiki C. Hunt, and Ashton N. Hunt . Along with her niece, Ashlea Bullock and husband Bryan, and nephew, Michael Vogel, will miss her nurturing presence. Terri was predeceased by her cherished mother, Lois E. Shanaman, whose memory remained a beacon of love and strength in her life.

Terri's career in the hospitality industry spanned over three decades, where she excelled as an Assistant Controller and Business Manager in Pennsylvania and Naples, Florida. Her professionalism, coupled with her innate ability to make everyone feel welcome, made her a respected figure in her professional community. Her colleagues will remember her not only for her work ethic but also for the warmth and friendliness she brought to the workplace every day.

Beyond her career, Terri was a woman of diverse interests and talents. During her school years, she was a gifted musician and member of chorus who achieved District and State honors . Terri led the high school marching band as the head drum majorette. She was often heard at the football games yelling to the band to “Light My Fire”! Terri also toured Romania with the Crystal Band of Scranton.

She found joy and solace in reading, which allowed her to explore worlds beyond her own. Her hands were rarely still, as she expressed her creativity through embroidery, knitting, and various crafts. A proud member of the Episcopalian community, her faith was a cornerstone of her life, guiding her actions and her unwavering commitment to her family and friends.

Those who knew Terri will recall her as the epitome of generosity, friendliness, and creativity. Her ability to listen with an open heart, offer a word of encouragement, or craft something beautiful for those she loved were hallmarks of her character. Terri's legacy is one of love, kindness, and the art of cherishing the simple moments in life.

As we bid farewell to Terri, we take comfort in knowing that her spirit will live on in the laughter of her grandchildren, the shared stories with her sister, and the quiet moments of reflection when we feel her presence in the pages of a good book or the intricate stitches of a handmade gift. Terri Lynn Shanaman Hunt will be deeply missed, yet forever remembered as a beacon of light and love in the lives of those who were fortunate enough to know her.

In honoring Terri's life, we acknowledge the incredible impact she had on her family, friends, and community. Her journey was one of purpose, joy, and an unwavering commitment to enriching the lives of others. As we reflect on her life, we are reminded of the importance of kindness, the value of creativity, and the enduring strength of familial bonds.

Terri's story does not end with her passing; it continues in the hearts of those she has left behind. We celebrate her life, not just in mourning her absence, but in living out the lessons she taught through her example. We will treasure our memories of Terri, and she will always hold a special place in our hearts.
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