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Reid Neisler Hunnicutt

Reid Neisler Hunnicutt, age 39, resident of Gastonia, NC died Monday, May 2, 2011 at his home.   He was born October 28, 1971 in Gastonia, NC.  He was preceded in death by his father, Harold Richard Hunnicutt, Jr.  Reid was an Eagle Scout, a graduate of Episcopal High School in Alexandria, VA, a graduate of North Carolina State University and a member of the Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity.    He was a graduate of the Chapman School of Seamanship in Stuart, FL and a certified pilot of the United States Coast Guard.   Reid was a successful entrepreneur, operating the Sea Screamer of Panama City Beach, FL and the Sea Thunder of Myrtle Beach, SC.   A loving husband, father, son, brother and friend.

SURVIVORS: Wife of 7 years: Michelle Colliver Hunnicutt, Gastonia, NC

Daughter: Sophie Reid Hunnicutt, Gastonia, NC

Son: Henry Morris Hunnicutt, Gastonia, NC

Mother: Esther Adams Hunnicutt, Gastonia,  NC

Brothers: Hal Hunnicutt and his wife Melanie, Burlington, NC

                 Chip Hunnicutt and his wife, Jennifer, Bloomfield, NY

In-Laws: Bill and Janie Colliver, Edmond, OK

Sisters-in-law: Leslie Colliver, Edmond, OK and Angela Faye Black and husband Ken, of TX

Brothers-in-law: Michael Colliver and Gerald Colliver, Edmond, OK

Nephews and Nieces: Ricky, Rebecca, Andrea, Whip, Amelia, Amanda, Kaylee, and Monica.

MEMORIAL SERVICE: First Presbyterian Church, Gastonia, NC Thursday, May 5, 2011     1:00 P.M.   Reverend Dr. John L. Frye, Jr. and Reverend Beth Yarborough officiating.

VISITATION:  Immediately following the service at First Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall, Gastonia, North Carolina

INTERMENT: Mountain Rest Cemetery, Kings Mountain, North Carolina

MEMORIALS: In lieu of flowers a memorial gift may be made to the Sophie and Henry Hunnicutt Family Fund c/o First Presbyterian Church, 1621 East Garrison Blvd., Gastonia, NC 28054

GUEST REGISTER AVAILABLE AT WWW.HARRISFUNERALS.COM

ARRANGEMENTS: HARRIS FUNERAL HOME, KINGS MOUNTAIN, NC


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