A beautiful life fills its mission in this world by doing what God created it to do. Catille’s mission began on December 27, 1982, to the parentage of Mr. George Hunt and Ms. Stephanie Hill. She quietly slept away on December 8, 2022, surrounded by her loving family.
Catille accepted Christ into her life at an early age at New Beulah Missionary Baptist Church, under the leadership of Sam A. Bishop, and she continue her guidance by Minister Ann Dixon. She was faithful until the end.
Ms. Catille Denise Hunt was a 2001 graduate of HCHS. After graduation she was employed at McDonalds in Milledgeville, Georgia, until her health failed. Pooh was a likeable person and a comedian. She was strong with nothing but love and concern for her beautiful daughter, Camille, and her loving family. She enjoyed life, traveling, and caregiving to all the neighborhood kids.
Catille was preceded in death by both of her grandmothers, Catherine Hatcher and Beatrice Hunt, and both grandfathers, Franklin Baker and Tommie Hunt.
She leaves to cherish her memory: her beautiful daughter, Camille Myrick; mother, Stephanie Hill; father, George Hunt; a loving stepmother, Yolanda Hunt, all of Sparta, Georgia; sister, Kimberly Hill of Charlotte, North Carolina; brothers, Gerrard Horton (Tanya) of Suwanee, Georgia, and Recardo Hunt (Akellah); stepsister and brothers, Dennis Lewis of El Paso, Texas, Diarra Lewis and Destiny Battle both of Sparta, Georgia; a loving grandfather whom she loved so much, Jesse Hatcher, Sr.; five aunts, Patricia Chatman, Delois H. Jackson, Susanne Hatcher of Sparta, Georgia, Patricia Hunt, and Calanthia Flood of Chester, Pennsylvania; four uncles, Richard Hunt (Helen), Franklin Baker (Colleen) of Sandersville, Georgia, and Dennis Baker (Sandra) of Macon, Georgia, and Marcus Morris (Devvine) of Sparta, Georgia; two great-aunts Leona Kemp and Ruthie Duggan of Sparta, Georgia; two great-uncles, Edward Wingfield and Nahman Baker (Ruthie Mae) of Sparta, Georgia; nieces and nephews, Rekhi’yis, Ravyn, Paris, Tylan, and Robert; and a host of cousins, godchildren, and devoted friends whom she loved as sisters.
Services entrusted to Dawson’s Mortuary ~98 Hopgood St. Warrenton, GA