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Mr. George “Harvey” Hundley, age 74, of Fayetteville, passed away December 17, 2020.
Mr. Hundley was born in North Charleston, SC on December 22, 1945 to the late George and Wilhelmina Hundley. He grew up in the Charleston area alongside his brother Teddy. As a young man, Mr. Hundley served in the United States Air Force. Mr. Hundley was a longtime employee of Boeing Aircraft in the electro-mechanical maintenance department. Mr. Hundley was wed to his beloved bride, Geneva Ann Hundley on October 27th 1980. In 1986, he moved to Tennessee and then in 1999 to Kansas but spent the last few years of his life in Fayetteville, GA.
Mr. Hundley was a loving man with a big heart. He was friendly, funny and honest. He was social and had many dear friends. He was a born-again Christian. Mr. Hundley was handy and was usually working on home improvement projects around the house. He was a longtime member of the NRA. He enjoyed collecting guns and honing his shooting skills at the firing range. The last several years of his life, Mr. Hundley was a devoted caregiver to his wife as her health declined. He cared deeply for his wife and the couple shared a loving relationship. Those who loved Mr. Hundley say they were privileged to have had him in their lives. Mr. Hundley’s family loved him deeply and they will forever cherish the memories they shared with their husband, father, PaPaw and friend.
Along with his parents, Mr. Hundley was preceded in death by his brother, Teddy Hundley. He is survived by his beloved wife: Geneva Ann Hundley of Fayetteville; son: Johnny Lee Thompson and his fiancé Cassie Deloach of Johnson City, TN; grandchildren: Lakin Sullins and her husband Adam of Bristol, VA, Alyssa Anderson and her husband Patrick of Bristol, VA, Kelsey Thompson and her fiancé Anthony of Bluff City, TN; great-grandchildren: Jaycee, Robbie, Kyler, Kylie, Kymber, Keighan, Blakely and Ryalyn; nieces: Connie Mitchell and Delores Esposito, both of Manning, SC; sisters-in-law: Marie Seilinger of Charleston, SC and Stella Dempesy of Cartersville, GA; brothers-in-law: Charles Hilliard and Sam Hilliard, both of Rome, GA.
The Hundley family is being assisted by Georgia Cremation, 1086 Hwy 54 W, Fayetteville, GA 30269. Messages of condolence may be left at www.GeorgiaCremation.com.
Melissa Jones says
My God, Johnny I’m so so sorry from the deepest part of my heart. I loved Harvey, and I’m praying for all of you. He will be missed. Take comfort in knowing that he is in Heaven and having the time of his life. You need anything please let me know. With my deepest condolences. I’m sorry for your lose. He will be missed. Melissa Jones.
Connie mitchell says
My uncle was a good man. Loving,funny,and honary. He will be missed,but now him and my daddy and grandparents can be together again. Rest in peace Uncle Harvey.
Marie Hundley Seilinger says
Harvey was one of the sweetest guys I know. He laugh a lot and loved to pick on you or maybe he just like picking on me. Love you lots. Hug Teddy for me.
CAROL TILLERY says
I LOVE HARVEY. HE WAS LIKE A DAD TO ME. I ENJOYED SPENDING TIME WITH HIM. HE WILL BE MISSED REST HIGH IN HEAVEN DAD.
Sandra Parker says
Dear Johnny, This is a great write up for Harvey. Thank you. I’m one of his cousins from SC and he was indeed a loving man with a big heart! I have cherished memories of him when I was growing up. He and his older brother, Teddy, were always so much fun to be around. We had a lot of great times at their lake house.. playing cards, music, and water skiing. He taught me how to shoot a pistol and took me for a ride on his motorcycle. I remember how good he was with communication…CB radios, electronics, and such. He and Geneva lovingly & unselfishly cared for his Mother for a long, long time. We also lost our cousin, Jean Givens, this year, as well as my Mother… I think heaven is having quite a welcome party!!
Ben and Brenda Zapata says
Long time friends from kansas have been calling over and over.
We are so very sorry to hear about his passing.
Ben and Brenda Zapata
Anthony Wilson says
Harvey will be missed by many. We worked together for a long time in Wichita, KS. My condolences to the family. He was a great man and had a good sense of humor.
Jon Wimmer says
I really liked working with Harvey in Wichita, he was a very good man. My condolences to his family.