Bruce LeGrand Hunt, Sandra Pollock Hunt, Bryson Keith Hunt, Tyler Bruce Hunt, died December 16, 2002 from injuries sustained in an automobile accident in the Strawberry Valley, Wasatch County.
Bruce was born August 3, 1947 in Cedar City to LeGrand Amos and Anna Carol Bracken Hunt. He married Sandra Pollock September 10, 1971 in the St. George LDS Temple.
Sandra was born November 29, 1951 in Cedar City to Keith Davis and LaRee Laub Pollock. She and Bruce met in Enterprise when he came down to work summers on the Bracken farm. They have six children.
Bryson was born January 31, 1981 in Cedar City.
Tyler was born September 18, 1983 in Roosevelt.
Bruce grew up in Provo and graduated from Orem High School. He graduated from BYU with a Degree in Physics. They moved to Roosevelt in 1981 and he has worked for Moon Lake Electric and was presently the Operations Manager. He was active in the LDS Church and has served as a Stake Clerk, High Counselor and presently as a counselor in the Bishopric. He had a great sense of humor and liked to tell hunting stories. One of his favorite stories is the recent trophy elk taken from Anthro Mountain. He enjoyed music, especially listening to "The Messiah" and loved being a grandpa.
Sandra was the most positive person in the world. All she ever wanted was to be a mother and her life was filled with service. She was a talented musician and played and taught piano lessons. She loved to take pictures, especially of her family. She was active in the LDS Church and has served as President in the ward Relief Society, Young Women and Primary and was presently serving as a counselor in the Stake Relief Society presidency.
Bryson was the most well-rounded all-American guy. He was optimistic, had a great sense of humor and was a humble achiever. He graduated from Union High School where he wrestled and was the region winner as the Math Sterling Scholar. He was the state math champion, received a Presidential Scholarship and was attending Utah State University with a "full ride." He was two years from earning his master's degree in Computer Science. He played the piano very well, and was an Eagle Scout. He served a mission to the Oakland California Mission.
Bryson was quiet and reserved until he had a serious bout with cancer as a senior in high school. He survived that experience and from that moment on he lived life to its fullest.
Tyler graduated from Union High School in 2002 where he was the business Sterling Scholar and Vice President of the State FBLA. He ran cross country and track and wrestled. As a kid he had lots of accidents and stitches. He was especially gifted in music. He played the piano, violin and guitar and was willing to share his talents and he touched many people through his music. His sense of humor is described as unique. He had no interest in material possessions. Elder Hunt had been called and set apart as a missionary for the LDS Church to serve originally in the Brazil Rio de Janeiro mission, but is now serving the Lord in other ways.
They are survived by four children, Kimberly (Matthew) Delis, Draper; Brandon L. (Deana) Hunt, Tucson, AZ; Annalece (Bryce) Hunter, Logan; Trevor James Hunt, Roosevelt; four grandchildren, Ryland and Brianna Hunt, Nathanael Hunter and William Delis. Bruce's mother, Carol Hunt of Lander, WY; brothers, Robert (Cheryl) Hunt, Vernal; Lyndon Hunt, Sheridan, WY. He was preceded in death by his father.Comment on this story
Sandra's parents, Keith and LaRee Pollock of Enterprise and siblings, Brenda Pollock, Charlene (Lee) Bracken, Debbie (Clinton) Holt and Merrill (Glenda) Hunt, all of Enterprise.
Funeral services held Friday, December 20, 2002 at 2:00 PM at the Roosevelt LDS Stake Center, 447 East Lagoon Street, where friends may call Thursday evening from 6-9 PM and Saturday from 12 noon to 1:30 PM.
Additional services will be held at the Enterprise LDS Stake Center, Saturday at 2:00 PM with burial to follow in the Enterprise Cemetery.