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Stanford Holly Hunt

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Sandpoint Eagles Lodge


88th Recon Troop


Army


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www.ruralnorthwest.com

Stanford Holly Hunt, 73, Sandpoint, September 28.Stanford Holly HuntMemorial services were held at the VFW Hall for lifetime Sandpoint resident Stanford Holly Hunt, 77, who passed away September 28, one-half mile from the home he was born in.Stanford was born in his Baldy Mountain Road home April 12, 1929, to Ralph and Carrie Hunt.He attended school through the eighth grade at the old North Star School up Pack River, then quit to go to work in the woods.At the age of 17, he enlisted in the Army, and served with the 88th Recon Troop in Trieste, Italy, from 1946 to 1949.After his discharge, he returned to Sandpoint, and to his work in the woods.On May 5, 1950, he married Colleen Donna Pierce in Plains, Montana, and they spent the next 40 years working at logging camps in Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington and California.He retired in 1990, and spent time picking huckleberries, fishing, hunting and hiking.He was a member of the Sandpoint Eagles Lodge for over 20 years.


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