Margaret Key "Pud" Hunt
April 22, 1938  -  February 25, 2018

Margaret Key "Pud" Hunt

Stephens Funeral Home
Hwy 16 West
DeKalb, MS  39328
Friday, March 2, 2018
5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
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Celebration of Life
Stephens Funeral Home
Hwy 16 West
DeKalb, MS  39328
Saturday, March 3, 2018
11:00 a.m.
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Pinecrest Cemetery
DeKalb, MS  39328

A celebration of life service for Margaret Key Hunt will be held Saturday, March 3, 2018, at 11:00 a.m. at DeKalb, Baptist Church, with Bro. James Ruffin officiating. Burial will follow at Pinecrest Cemetery. Visitation will be held Friday, March 2, from 5-7 p.m. at the funeral home. Stephens Funeral Home of DeKalb is in charge of the arrangements.

Margaret, 79, of DeKalb, died at 12:12pm on Sunday, February 25, 2018 at Slidell Memorial Hospital.

She was born April 22, 1938 in DeKalb, Mississippi, to Marcellus & Emma Key. Margaret, known fondly as Pud to family and friends, was a graduate of the Matty Hearse Nursing College in Meridian, Mississippi. She was a longtime resident of Lafayette, Louisiana where she worked as an RN at the Kidney Center until her retirement in 2005. Upon retirement, she returned to her beloved hometown of DeKalb, Mississippi where she enjoyed volunteering for Civic League and planning the yearly reunion for the Class of 1956, and dancing at Sciples Mills when she could find a dance partner to go with her! Margaret also enjoyed, shopping, sewing, crafts and traveling to spend time with her grandchildren, which were the jewels in her crown. Those who knew Pud would be quick to share that her whole life revolved around her children and grandchildren and she enjoyed frequent travels to spend time with them.

Left to cherish her memory is her daughter, Kathy R. Moore (Gary), of Slidell, Louisiana, son, Timothy K Robinson, of DeKalb, daughter, Melanie R. Milliman, of Shreveport Louisiana, and son, Scott Robinson, of DeKalb; siblings, Francis Jane “Tisti” Price, of Dekalb, Jimmy Key, of DeKalb, and Linda Morphis, of Greenville, North Carolina.

She was lovingly known as “Greta” to her seven surviving grandchildren, Summer Hungate (Robert), of Byhalia, Mississippi, April Inboden (Justin), of Ohio, Nicholas Moore (Anna), of Southaven, Mississippi, Meagan Roane (Jamison), of Oxford, Mississippi, Christopher Moore (Tonya), of Slidell, Louisiana, Victoria Milliman, of Shreveport, Lousiana, Matthew Milliman, of Lafayette, Louisiana, and Laura Johnson (Nick) Ft.Worth, Texas, as well as twenty great-grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her husband, James Hunt; parents, Marcellus and Emma Key, and sister, Brenda Hutton,

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  1. Gwen Tabor
    St Martinville, LA

    Margaret’s Family,
    I was so very sorry to hear about Margaret’s passing. Margaret was a dear dear friend, we kept in touch on FB and had plans to visit in October..I have missed her very much and now I will always have her my heart and memories. As you all know Margaret loved each of you very much, she was a sweetheart. My prayers are with each of you, RIP my dear friend.

  2. Gail Griffin
    Philadelphia, MS

    Kathy I'm so sorry. I didn't know until now. Not only was she a wonderful mother, she was a wonderful woman. I consider her a lifetime friend.

  3. Joyce
    Houston, TX

    Oh my dear friend. I will miss you so. I wish we had lived closer the last few years. We had many good times in Mississippi and Lafayette though. Bless your family. I know how much they loved and will miss you too.

  4. Rosita

    I am extending my sympathies to the family . May you find comfort in the loving promise of God ( Psalm 83:18). The beautified hope for our love ones is in John 11:25.

  5. Leroy Puckett
    Clinton, MS

    Thank you for being a good friend.

  6. Linda K. Morphis
    Greensboro, NC

    Pud you were a great Sister, Mother, Grandmother, and Great Grandmother and we will miss you so much. You were loved by so many and accomplished so much in your lifetime. I Loved You So Much and may you RIP.

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