TILTON — Shari B. Hunt, 47, a lifelong resident of Tilton died suddenly, after a lengthy illness, at the Franklin Regional Hospital, Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2017. She fought hard for many years. Shari was born in Littleton on Nov. 13, 1969, daughter of Erwin F. Corey Jr. and Sharon E. (Tilton) Corey. She was schooled in Tilton and was a graduate of the Winnisquam Regional High School, Class of 1987. She went on to study at the former Thomas Secretarial and Business School in Concord. Prior to her illness, Shari was employed as an administrative assistant with the office of Concord Orthopedic Group on the Hospital Campus. She had a great interest in sports and over the years was active with the T-N Little League, Franklin-Tilton Falcons and was a cheerleading coach at Winnisquam Regional Middle School. She was always there when it came to Winnisquam football or baseball booster events . She loved to cheer on her boys and their friends in whatever they were participating in. She was their biggest fan. Shari was predeceased by her father, Erwin Corey Jr., and her infant brother Timothy.
She leaves her husband of 20 years, Derek S. Hunt and their sons, Austin T. Hunt and Gregory P. Hunt, all of Tilton; her mother, Sharon E. (Tilton) Corey Goupil and her husband Pete of Laconia; her brother, Todd M. Corey and his wife Michele and their son, Bryce of Tilton; her mother-in-law, Ann Hunt of Wilmington, Massachusetts ; brother-in-law, Paul Hunt and his wife, Jennifer of Goffstown and their children, Jacob and Alyssa Hunt and Krista Bonetti; sister-in-law, Karen and her husband Elio Ianniciello of Wilmington, Massachusetts, and their daughter, Samantha; and aunts, uncles and cousins.
Calling hours will be held Monday, Nov.13, from 5 to 7 p.m. at the William F. Smart Sr. Memorial Home, Franklin-Tilton Road (584 West Main St.) Tilton. A Mass to celebrate Shari’s life will be held Tuesday, Nov. 14, at 10 a.m. at St. Mary of the Assumption Church of St. Gabriel Parish, 16 Chestnut Street in Tilton. Burial follow in St. John Cemetery in Tilton.
Shari’s family suggests omitting flowers and ask that donations in her name be semt to the Winnisquam Football Boosters or Winnisquam Baseball Boosters, in care of Fred Caruso, 435 Bean Hill Road, Northfield, NH 03276.
For more information, go to www.smartfuneralhome.com.