Obituary of Caletta Hunt
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Hunt, Caletta Mary (nee Hanlon) Age 86
Passed peacefully away at Placentia Health Care Center on Friday, January 14, 2022. Predeceased by her husband, Jerome; daughter, Geraldine, son-in-law, Gerard; and son, Jimmy, her parents, and all her Hanlon family siblings. Left with fond and loving memories: daughters, Annie Collins (Lorne), Linda Walsh (Leo), Geannie Greene (Bill), and Cathy Hobbs (Greg);daughter in law Juanita, Grandchildren – Leslie, Robin, William, Mollie, Matthew, Louis, Becky, Jason, Jerome, Nora, Crystal, Jeff, Allison, Gregory, Natasha and Jessica; 19 great grandchildren; many cherished nephews & nieces; as well as many family friends.
A visitation of close friends and family will take place on Sunday, January 16 from 2:00-9:00.
A small service, in the chapel, to commemorate Caletta’s life will be held on Monday, January 17, 2022 at 11:00 A.M., by invitation only.
Internment will immediately follow at Coombs Memorial Cemetery in Southeast.
We ask that you please follow the Level 4 Covid regulations, as indicated on The Coombs Funeral Home website.
The family extends sincere gratitude to the staff at the Lion’s Manor Hospital and Unit 1of the Nursing Home for their exceptional care during the past two months. We are so thankful to Noella, Amber, and Tina for providing such comfort to Caletta and our family during her final hours. We would also like to thank her caregivers, Gladys and Judy, for their exemplary care over the past several years. Thanks so much to the owners/staff of Coombs funeral home for their professionalism and kindness. We are so appreciative to you all.
Caletta was such a quiet and gentle woman. She loved her family beyond measure, and we loved her wholeheartedly. Caletta’s beautiful way of living life will be carried in our hearts forever.
Out of an abundance of caution, we will continue to operate at 50% capacity (20 people per visitation room at one time and 50 guests, including staff and the officiant, for chapel services). All guests attending public visitations must be fully vaccinated and will be required to show proof upon entry.