Amanda Hunt Death, Obituary – The passing of Amanda Darlene Hunt took place on March 11, 2023, and she was accompanied by loved ones when she left this world. She was a beacon of hope and a very inspirational figure to a great number of people. Her husband, Richard Wolter, and their daughter, Aislin Hunt-Wolter, as well as her parents, Pamela and Douglas Larkins, and her brother, Darryl Hunt, survive her.
Mariah Susie, also known as “Trevor,” Stacie Williams, also known as “Anthony,” and Christine Weaver, together with their brother, Brian Hunt. Amanda is one of only two blood great-nieces of Hardie Braden Ford (Betty Ryan), who resides in Titusville, Florida at this time. Her brother-in-law, Jeremy Wolter (Katie), is her brother. Amanda has a large number of more family members including Aunts, Uncles, Nephews, Nieces, and Cousins.
Great-grandmother Norine E. Ford, as well as Amanda’s grandfather John and grandmother Frances Ford, passed away before she was born. Arzzon and Jerane Hunt of Titusville, Cousins, Gary Braden (Brad) Ford and Daniel Keisler, Jr. are all from Birmingham, Alabama, where they all were born and raised.
Titusville High School, the University of Central Florida, and Barry University School of Law were all places where Amanda received her education. She practiced law in Central Florida and worked for a significant amount of time in the Brevard County Clerk of Courts.
Family and friends from all across the world had a great deal of affection for Amanda. Amanda was given a diagnosis of Stage 4 melanoma cancer around three years ago. She battled the disease with such grace up until the evening of Saturday, when she passed away and went to be with the Lord.
However, she was so much more than simply a woman facing cancer; in fact, that was merely a chapter in the tale of her life. She had a long history of accomplishments and achievements. Amanda was such a significant figure in the lives of a great number of individuals. She developed such a special bond with every person she met during her life. Her position as a mother to her adorable daughter Aislin, her doting husband Rick, and her own parents was the one she treasured the most in her life.
She was a source of encouragement and comfort to a great number of people who were also fighting cancer, and she was a proud child of her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. After receiving that diagnosis, she had the option of giving up completely and letting herself become hopeless. Despite this, she made the decision to be a shining example for her faith, her family, and her friends.
Amanda went as far as starting a blog to help others who were fighting cancer. Her blogs were not only exquisitely written, but also revealed how exquisitely she carried herself as a person. Pamela Ford Larkins, Amanda’s mother, is the author of the memoir “Surviving the South” and another book titled “The Alter Boys,” both of which are based on real events. Amanda was a talented writer just like her mother, and she helped her mother with the draft writings of both books.
Amanda was of the opinion that her mother’s story ought to be recounted “as it is important to American History,” and Wayne Flynt, a world-renowned writer and a specialist on Southern culture, politics, religion, and poverty in the South, was of the same opinion. By participating in interviews, podcasts, and writing articles, Amanda was able to spread awareness about melanoma after being diagnosed with the disease.
(Good Morning America, NBC News, and CBS News; several interviews on radio stations; numerous articles in newspapers; her blog; EEARSS Podcast; and AdjustTheMicPodcast). She went so far as to organize events for the pupils of the local high school, some of which she herself attended. She went so far as to patent the “LOVE & SUNBLOCK” system.
Amanda maintained close relationships with people battling cancer all around the United States and the world. Despite the challenges she faces, she is a source of motivation for a large number of people to keep fighting. She was a courageous fighter despite being placed in a precarious circumstance that the majority of us hope we will never have to face. Her thoughtfulness, compassion, and kindness were unparalleled. She was truly selfless.
In this time of sorrow for her loving family and friends, we ask that you all join us in praying for them and lift them up in your thoughts and prayers. Romans chapter 1:16–17 for of this, I do not feel ashamed to proclaim the gospel of Christ, for it is the power of God for salvation to anyone who believes in it—first and foremost to the Jews, but also to the Greeks. Because it is said that “the just shall live by faith,” the righteousness of God is revealed from one person’s faith to another in this passage.
Visitation will be held on Thursday, March 16th, from 5-7 PM at the North Brevard Funeral Home in Titusville. Funeral Services will be held on Friday, March 17, at three o’clock in the afternoon at New Life Space Coast Church in Titusville. After the funeral, the burial will take place at Oaklawn Memorial Gardens in Titusville.