Sandi Hunt

September 7, 1960 - December 30, 2017
Sunset View Mortuary
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Sandi Hunt passed away on December 30, 2017 at the age of 57 surrounded by her friends and family. She was the beloved wife of Jeffrey Hunt for 35 years and the fiercely loving mother of two daughters, Marina and Gemma. She was also a relentless hard-worker in her 21 years as a partner atContinue Reading

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Jim Bittermann left a message on June 22, 2018:
Sandi was my BIG Sister. She encouraged me to do well in school, to make something of myself when I was young. She would take me to use the University's Libraries... to do school work. She got me my first job at the Seattle Center working in the games. The same job she had to put herself through college. When I proposed to my wife she handed me check and told me to use it as we saw fit. We didn't get married right away, when I called to let her know I was going to cash it she said don't, I will send you a new one. 2 days later a check for twice as much showed up. After I was married with kids, and she lived in Berkeley or SF... She was always there for advice, well beyond her years. For my siblings and I she flew up and surprised each of us on our 40th or 50th Birthdays. As a young lady she flew to Maryland, and helped our grandmother drive across the country when she moved to Seattle. After our Mom passed away in 2000 and then our Dad in 2013, She was more worried about me and my family than most anyone else, mainly because I am 9 years from our oldest sister, 8 years younger than her, and 6 years younger than my closest in age, brother. I spent the most time with our parents out of all and was very worried. When my son Nic was in 8th grade he had the opportunity to go on a cross country trip to Washington DC, New York, and Arlington to name a few... without her financial help, he would not have been able to go. When he was graduating from high school, she bought him his letter man jacket. The list of what she did just for my immediatle family could go on and on... She helped each of her siblings at one point in time or another. It didn't matter if she was 1/2 way around the world for work. She always made time for family. She was was an amazing person. With a huge heart. I don't think I could have gotten my lucky than to have her as my BIG SISTER. She was a great roll model. Who could do anything she set her mind to, and instilled that in her own daughters. A couple years ago when she was diagnosed with cancer, I ended up in 2 very bad Auto accidents, with severe head trauma. She called me once a week to see how I was doing. When I would ask her about herself, she would say fine... as if nothing was wrong. I miss her more every day. She was a rock until the very end. Love you Sis, Jimmy
Serena Foong left a message on January 6, 2018:
Jeff, Marina and Gemma -- Sandi will be dearly missed. She was such a loving person and always talked about you all with such pride. You and your family are in our thoughts.
Sunset View Mortuary left a message:
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