A. David Hunt
Dec. 27, 1938 – Jul. 11, 2020
David Hunt , 81, returned to his heavenly home on July 11th, 2020 at the Laurel of University Park. David has now joined his father whom he loved dearly Dr. A.D. Hunt, mother Evelyn Hunt , and his sister Margery . He is survived by his loving wife, Binh Le Hunt of 23 years and his daughter Elizabeth Hunt.
David never met a stranger, and anyone who met him loved him. His devotion to his family and his firm belief in God supported him and ultimately gave him peace. He was kind and loving, and always wanted to pray for people even if they were stranger or friend. He is dearly missed by his loved ones, who celebrate the fact that he is at peace with his creator.
The family will have two ceremony’s but all is welcome to come. A Vietnamese ceremony will be held from 2-3 pm and an English ceremony from 3-4 p.m Friday, July 17 at Affinity Funeral Service Richmond Chapel, 2720 Enterprise Parkway, Richmond, VA 23294.
Due to COVID-19, (masks are required).
May uncle David Rest In Peace. He will be dearly missed
May God bless auntie Binh and their daughter: please give them strength and faith to overcome this loss.
Niece Ánh Trương & husband Fred Raymond
Thanks for your sharing Anh you have a beautiful heart Binh and Elizabeth Hunt
David was a muck love friend and Christian brother. He will be missed greatly, but we look forward to our meeting again at our Savior’s feet in heaven! Our sympathies , prayers and love to his family and friends during this time of grief.
The world feels empty without him, even though we never met face-to-face. I am so looking forward to that great reunion day coming so soon for all of us!
Oh ! So sad that I was not able to visit him in the retirement home because of Vovid19 viruses!
David is a loving pastor of many Vietnamese Christian in Richmond, I already missed him!
But he is now totally healed and healthy again beside our Heavenly Father! Looking forward to seeing him again in Heaven…
May HolySpirit comforting Sister BINH and Elizabeth!
Mr. Hunt is now at peace. I will miss his spirit! We had some great conversations at the Laurels. Prayers for the family.
I knew David for perhaps 30 years or more. We had a long and warm friendship. We were always interested in each other’s lives and experiences. We swapped various tracts and testimonies to share and read and comment upon. It became a bit more difficult to keep up with each other as we moved physically further apart but we were able to at least reach out annually. As time went by David looked more and more toward the next chapter of his journey beyond the corporeal realm. I helped him with his autobiography wherein he took stock of his life with unflinching eyes, and addressed everything he was or tried to be as a human and as a pastor walking in the path of the Lord. I have spent this week in quiet contemplation of our time together and now say my farewell to him at least for the time being. I would agree and assert that David is in a better place and I can agree with the warm comments and prayers offered up by other friends and family. I offer my own poor words of comfort and assurance that David is where he should be, and for us who remain here, let us rejoice that we had the opportunity to have known him. – Dale
May our Lord bless and comfort Ms. Binh, Elizabeth and your family during this time of grief.
Bihn. I am so sorry for your Loss. I never met your husband however by working with you I know he was Loved.
We are truly saddened to hear of David our friend and brother in the Lord’s, passing. He was always a joy to share the goodness of God and he was always a blessing in preparing our taxes through his company, Tax Help. I know he is rejoicing to have seen the face of God and to have touched the wounds of Jesus. RIP my friend and brother. Paul and Kristy Gulley Richardson
Peace be with you and the family . My deepest condolences,