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Roberta Hunt

Roberta Helen Hunt

May 27, 1936 - January 15, 2020
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Obituary

ROCKLAND – Roberta Helen Hunt ‘Bert’, 83, died peacefully, surrounded by family, Wednesday, January 15, 2020 at Sussman House in Rockport following a period of declining health.

Born in 1936 in Fairfield, Maine, she was the daughter of Chester Clyde and Jennie Mae O’Blenis Craig. She was a 1954 graduate of Lawrence High School in Waterville and later received a business degree from Boston University in 1958.

Bert began work for New England Telephone and Telegraph as a switchboard operator. She also worked for Royal Typewriter in Connecticut and then began a long career in accounting. Bert also had other interests in property management and home health.

She enjoyed travel and adventure, especially her trip to Greece in 2003 with her cousin Joan and her husband Chris. She greatly enjoyed her time spent with family and loved playing cards and board games competitively with them.

Predeceased by her parents; Roberta is survived by her son Ashley J. Hunt, II and his wife Maryann; her daughter Kimberly Cooley and her husband Craig; Grammy Bert is lovingly remembered by her grandchildren, Stacey Scheider, Amber Parker and her husband Orrin, Ashley J. Hunt, III, Gabriel Cooley; great-grandchildren, Alexis, Noah, Kyra; and many cousins and friends.

A celebration of life will be held at a later date.

Arrangements are in the care of Burpee, Carpenter & Hutchins Funeral Home, 110 Limerock Street, Rockland.
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Joel Horne

Posted at 04:04pm
I am so sorry to hear of Roberta passing. My favorite memories of Roberta were listening to her tell stories. She had such a knack for it and she made simple themes like sledding in the winter into adventures by "climbing up onto the roof to get a good start." Her sharing of her time in California as a teen should be made into a movie, what with the fancy Hilton party out on Catalina Island and then her walking back to where she was staying because of the bus strike and then walking through Watts at a time when a young woman, especially a white women, at that particular time could cause some tension to say the least. The years we worked together at MCMH in residential care allowed for these stories to unfold and she shared her ways of getting things done with staff and clients alike. She was always a delight to talk with, whether joking or complaining. She just made everything more interesting.
That's my little snapshot of Roberta. I know she led a big busy life and I admire her for all she overcame and all she accomplished.
With love, Joel Horne
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