Dale C. Hunt, 78, Monticello

Dale C. Hunt
Dale C. Hunt

Dale Curtis Hunt, 78,  Monticello, died  Friday, Sept. 21, 2012, at North Memorial Medical Center in Robbinsdale.
Visitation wasThursday, Sept. 27, 4-5 p.m., at Bridgeview Assembly of God Church, 20500 County Road 11, Big Lake. The funeral service followed at 5 p.m. Thursday. There will be a private interment.
Dale was born Aug. 7, 1934 in Youngstown, Ohio, to Curtis W. and Florence B. (Marshall) Hunt. While attending North Central Bible Institute in Minneapolis, Dale met Virginia Hane, and the two were united in marriage Aug. 11, 1956.
The couple made their home in Monticello since 1968. Dale owned and operated Riteway Precision Machine of NE Minneapolis for many years. He was an active and longtime member of Bridgeview Assembly of God Church, where he had served as a Sunday School teacher, board member and Royal Ranger leader. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, golf, outdoor activities and loved cars. Dale was very creative and invented various items throughout his life. He was a musician who led worship at church and was a drummer.  He was generous and invested his life in people and projects.
Dale is survived by his five children, Beverly (Arlo) Dee, Rev. Bradley (Becky) Hunt, Greg (Lori) Hunt, Robert (Kimberly) Hunt, Curtis (Morlie) Hunt;  17 grandchildren;  six great-grandchildren;  and sister Joretta Scott.
Dale was preceded in death by his parents; his wife; and two sisters, Lois and Nancy.
Funeral arrangements were with the Peterson-Grimsmo Chapel of Monticello.

  • Russ Dorn

    Greg and Brad. So very sorry to hear of the loss of your Father. My prayers are with you and your entire family as you move through this period of your life. I always tell myself, if I truly believe in the things I profess as a Christian, I have to be Joyful for the person that is now with the Father in a glorious life, as painful as it may be for us left behind.

  • Cheryl Berg

    I’m so sorry for your loss, I look at the Monticello times frequently and attempted to send a note to you when your Mom died and was not successful. It gives me great comfort to know your Dad’s faith and the great loving arms he is now in. You are in my thoughts and prayers during your days of morning your loss. I know he will be missed and never forgotten, and you will cherish all your memories of his love and faith. Take care and God Bless, Cheryl Berg