Theodore M. "Ted" Hunt Jr.

July 25, 1934 - March 23, 2021
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Theodore “Ted” M. Hunt, Jr., age 86, of Venice, FL, passed away on March 23, 2021.  He was born on July 25, 1934 in Everett Massachusetts to Theodore and Helen Hunt.  Ted moved to Methuen in 1976.  He relocated to The Village at Riverwalk in North Port in 1997 and to Harbor Chase in Venice this past July.

For all of his life he worked as a painting contractor.  He owned and operated the Theodore M. Hunt Co., Inc. an industrial painting company.

Ted served on or chaired the Board of Trustees at First Church, Congregational, Methuen, MA, for many, many years.  He was a proud and active member of the Everett Rotary Club and honored to be a member of the Mass Charitable Mechanic Association, an organization founded by Paul Revere in 1795.

Surviving family members include his wife of 64 years, H. Corinne Hunt of Venice, FL; daughter Kimberly C. Hunt and son-in-law David S. Pipe of Venice, FL; grandchildren Isaac Hunt Mingus, Samuel Hunt Mingus, Fredrick Eric Davis, and Aine Pierre.

He was preceded in death by parents Theodore M. Hunt, Sr. and Helen Gertrude Hunt (nee Crosby); sister Thelma Gertrude Feldoff.  He was also preceded in death by Lucinda A. Lonergan (nee Ward) and Michael K. Ward who were cousins Ted and Corrine raised as their own after their parents passed away.

Visitation will be on Sunday, March 28, 2021 from 2 – 4 pm with a brief service at 3 pm.

Memorial donations should be directed to the ALS Association of Florida or a charity of your choice.

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Visitation Information

Date: Sunday, March 28, 2021

Time: 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Farley Funeral Home - Venice Chapel


265 Nokomis Avenue South
Venice, FL 34285

Service Information

Date: Sunday, March 28, 2021

Time: 3:00 pm

Farley Funeral Home - Venice Chapel


265 Nokomis Avenue South
Venice, FL 34285


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Born: July 25, 1934
Died: March 23, 2021

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Tom & Sandra Perrault posted on 3/28/21

How do we say goodbye after almost seventy years of friendship? So many memories - from waterskiing on the the pond to boat rides on the lake, from Methuen to Everett to Gilford to Florida, proms, graduations, weddings, church suppers, babies, more weddings, grandbabies -- and all the ordinary and extraordinary moments that make up a lifelong friendship. Tom remembers fondly how it was always a pleasure to be in Ted's company, with his adventurous stories and sparkling wit - Christmas light up bowtie. matching vest and socks -- and those piano concerts!! We will miss you, old friend. God speed until we meet again. With much love to our dear friend, Corinne, her beautiful daughter Kim, Isaac, Samuel, and David. Tom and Sandy


Kirk Zimmerman posted on 3/26/21

Many fond memories of Lake Worth and Napoleon. Teddy and Dad are reminiscing once again. And later our visits in North Port.


Lisa Bengtson-Gill posted on 3/25/21

I am so very sorry about Ted's passing. He was such a big part of our life growing up. I loved working in the office on Broadway when I was in high school and visiting he and Mom just because. All the times at the lake and Winnipesaukee. Always feeling welcome in his presence. I am grateful that we got a lifetime friend/sister/cousin in Kim, just like he had with my Uncle Don. He will forever be remembered in my heart.


Ron Muir posted on 3/25/21

Ted and Corinne made Jen and I feel very welcome when we visited our friend Nan who lived opposite, and it was a pleasure to spend an hour or so having a”catch up” chat with Ted putting the world to rights on our annual visits, he was a true gentleman and a real nice guy .... rest in peace Ted. Love from Ronnie and Jenny from the UK.


Carla Bengtson posted on 3/25/21

Ted, You were such a special and important part of my life and those of my siblings. I thank you for all the generous acts you bestowed upon my family whether it was inviting us up to camp to have fun on your boat, trips to Canobie Lake park or plane rides that Andrew & TJ still talk about. We are forever grateful for the friendship that goes back 3 generations. You were loved and will be missed. Rest peacefully and say hi to Mom & Dad for us. Until we meet again. With much love, Carla