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Grubbs Family Mortuary sadly announces the passing of Ms. Jennie Hunter 73, of Eufaula Alabama. Service's are entrusted to. Grubbs Family Mortuary. A Name You Can Trust And Stand On. When Only The Best Will Do! We ask that you please keep the Hunter family in your prayers as they travel through this difficult journey.With all the love in our hearts, we honor Jannie Hunter. She was born on June 16, 1949, to the late Henry Wynn and Carrie Bell Wynn in Georgetown, Georgia. She was the tenth child and the baby of a warm, caring family. Growing up, she enjoyed fun family gatherings, socializing with her friends, and attending church. Her joys also included her father's singing talent and wearing the lovely outfits that her mother sewed for her, which helped shape her love of fashion. After attending school in Georgetown, Jannie moved to New York. She wanted to be near her sister. She had looked out for Jannie like a mother when their parents passed away. Soon after, Jannie became an army bride living in beautiful destinations, such as Puerto Rico. When she returned to New York, she joined The First Baptist Church Of Crown Heights. She also worked in the paper and dessert industries. But it was her love for people that drew her to a career as a home caregiver. Years later, she returned to her hometown and joined Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church. Later she moved to Eufaula, Alabama where she continued caregiving. Once Jannie told her niece, “I like being around people.” People liked being around her too. She had an outgoing, pleasant personality and made many friends. She loved to laugh, had a great sense of humor, and was always there for family members who needed her. The term forever young also applies to her. She looked young, but her spirit was young as well. With her youthful appearance, she was always fashionably dressed, had her hair perfectly styled, and wore a lovely smile, ready to enjoy life to its fullest. One of those life pleasures was tasting delicious food, from down-home soul cuisine to exotic seafood dishes. On December 24th, God called Jannie to float up to him and get her wings. Not only will she be welcomed to her heavenly home by her parents but by eight siblings: Dollie Mae Ceaser, Emily Wynn, Willie Wynn, Nathaniel Wynn, John Wynn, Henry Wynn, Levy Wynn, and Nathan Wynn. Continued Those left to cherish happy memories of Jannie are her sister Carrie Bussey (William) of Brooklyn, New York, sister-in-law Frankie Wynn (Willie) of Tampa, Florida, aunt Anna Williams of Georgetown, Georgia, eighteen nieces and nephews, many great nieces and nephews, a much-loved friend Ms. Ola Norris of Eufaula Alabama, her friend, and always a beloved member of her family, former husband Willie P Hunter of Eufaula Alabama, grieving cousins and sympathizing friends. The family extends their deepest gratitude to the following loved ones: To her niece, Sharon Wynn, thank you for caring for your aunt like a devoted daughter, giving so much of your time, and assisting her in any way you could. To her nephew, Willie Wynn, thank you for caring for your aunt like a devoted son, staying with her, and doing everything within your power to help her. To her niece, Annie Wims, thank you for your beautiful spirit and always being there for your aunt and whomever in the family needs you. To her nephew, Willie Fred Ceaser, thank you for being the loving, generous person you are who looked after your aunt like a son. To her nephew, Willie Frank Ceaser, thank you for being there for your aunt whenever she needed you. To her niece Linda Nation, thank you for traveling a long distance to be there for your aunt during her time of sickness. If we could bring you back again, For one more hour or day, We’d express all our unspoken love; We’d have countless things to say. If we could bring you back again, We’d say we treasured you, And that your presence in our lives Meant more than we ever knew. If we could bring you back again, To tell you what we should, You’d know how much we miss you now, And if we could, we would.