Louise was born February 7, 1947 to the late Jim Hunter, Sr. and the late Jessie Lou Hunter. She gracefully became known as Ms. Lou "The Hat Lady" by those who knew and loved her dearly. She confessed her love for Christ at an early age and served faithfully until death.
Louise loved her family and friends. She was a 1965 graduate of Autauga County Training School, AL and obtained her Business degree from Dekalb Community College, GA. She was was a secretary for the government, faithful servant in the church and community, and a devoted certified caretaker to many families. She enjoyed reading her Sunday lessons, dancing, and making others smile. She departed life on Earth at 1;45pm, Saturday, August 29, 2020 at Jackson Hospital in Montgomery, Alabama.
She is preceded in death by her parents, Jim Sr. and Jessie Lou Hunter, two sisters, Ethelee Sellers and Louella Williams; three brothers, Jimmy Lewis Hunter, Walter Hunter, and Roosevelt Hunter.
She leaves to carry her memories two sisters, Gennetter Ulmer, of Pensacola, FL and Vera Hunter of Prattville, AL, six brothers, James Sr. (Claudette) Hunter, Calvin (Barbara) Hunter, John Sr. (Edna) Hunter, Hubert (Gladys) Hunter, all of Prattville, AL., Jim Hunter, Jr. of Montgomery, AL, and Leon (June) Hunter of Clanton, AL.
She leaves to carry her legacy, two loving daughters, Paula (Derrick) Smith, of Deatsville, AL, Rebecca (Keith) Cheeks, of Prattville, AL., two granddaughters, April (Toshiba) Brown and Shauntae' (Reco) Smith, both of Decatur, AL and four grandsons, Desmond (Ashley) Walton, Preston (Ashley) Walton, both of Prattville, AL, Perry Jr. (Alicia) of Houston, TX, and Joseph Burke, II. of Montgomery, AL. Fourteen great-grandchildren, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. She leaves to carry her memories, a very dear cousin, Ms. Marzell Brown, of Prattville, AL.
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