Gregory R. Hunt, 36

Gregory R Hunt (Greg), 36 a life-long resident of Spring City, Pennsylvania unexpectedly passed away on March 13, 2022. He was born in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania to Karen and Robert Hunt. Greg graduated from Owen J Roberts High School and attended both Montgomery County Community College and Shippensburg University.

Greg was a voracious reader, he was known to stay up all night reading a good book. The Harry Potter series being his favorite. He was always up for a good game of cards and would play well into the wee hours of the morning if someone else was up for the challenge. On any Friday night Greg could be found munching on pizza and watching movies with his family. He was an avid fisherman and deer hunter and enjoyed teaching both his cousins and nephews how to fish. Greg enjoyed vacationing at North Carolina’s Outer Banks and spending time at the family house in the mountains. Greg had a soft spot for animals and will be missed by his cats Trouble and Daisy. Greg’s sharp wit and

unique sense of humor coupled with his kind and caring soul would instantly earn him a special place in your heart.

Greg will be greatly missed by his surviving family, mother, father, brothers James Laws husband to Dana, and Brandon Hunt, his nephews Aidan and Nicholas Laws, maternal grandmother Mary Elvey as well as many aunts, uncles and cousins. Greg is predeceased by his Paternal Grandparents Charles and Maxine Hunt and his Maternal Grandfather Carl Elvey.

Funeral services for Greg will be held at Catagnus Funeral Home, Franklin Street Pottstown, Pennsylvania, on Friday March 25, 2022. The family will receive friends from 2-4pm with a service to follow.

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Hey Kid you will be missed our political talks getting you all wild up those days will be missed. Rest in Peace my nephew!

~ Pedro A Rodriguez ALLENTOWN, PA
3/24/2022 6:14:28 PM

Greg was the best. I worked with Greg the last 5 years and we had many great experiences together. He was someone I could go right from the office to the bowling alley with after work. Greg was a good friend and I will miss him dearly. My deepest condolences to his family.

~ Charles Jones Newtown, PA
3/22/2022 5:22:04 PM

Greg was an incredible employee, but most importantly an incredible person. I had the privilege of knowing Greg for a while and was lucky enough to manage him for the last 2+ years. I considered our working relationship a close one and considered him a friend. Greg was the type of person where a 5 minute conversation could easily turn into a 30 minute one and I always appreciated that about him, among many other things. He will be greatly missed.

~ James Worthington
3/22/2022 3:36:55 PM

My deepest condolences for your loss. Greg was a co-worker and will certainly be missed. Praying for peace and comfort during this time.

~ Shauna Delcid
3/22/2022 2:51:00 PM

Sorry for your loss, I didn't know Gregory very well but I know he was loved and will be missed, sadly Frances and Family our condolences and prayers.

~ Frances Laws
3/21/2022 5:43:13 PM

Greg was one of the first people I encountered at work. He had a very unique sense of humour but was always available and willing to help out. SEI won’t be the same without him.

~ Jessica Lee Phoenixville, PA
3/21/2022 5:19:53 PM

I also worked with Greg at SEI. He was a fun guy and easy to talk to. Always tried to make you laugh.

~ Laura Lee Danzo
3/21/2022 10:12:06 AM

I worked with Greg at SEI the first two years he joined us. He was a pleasant and funny guy, good to have in our group. He will be missed. My heart goes out to the family.

~ Barbara Obarowski
3/21/2022 9:19:08 AM