Lorin Hunt

Lorin Hunt

Saturday, March 11th, 1939 Tuesday, May 7th, 2019

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Obituary for Lorin I. Hunt

Lorin Irving Hunt, 80, of Chittenango, passed away on May 6, 2019.
He is predeceased by his parents Stuart Hunt and Evelyn Hunt (nee Case) of Central New York; and a brother, Roderick Hunt (Louann), of Oregon. Lorin is survived by several nieces, nephews, cousins, and numerous cherished friends.
A retired high school music teacher, he will be remembered for his zest for life, his laughter, and his love of playing pipe organs. Travel was one of Lorin’s greatest passions which he documented in real-time through detailed and colorful letters and emails to a wide audience of bedazzled followers, always authored with the pen name of “Safari Man”. Lorin ventured to numerous far-flung destinations around the world, and he was thrilled to embark on one last trip to his beloved India in the weeks preceding his death, with a final email sent from the the seaside, along the Bay of Bengal.
At Lorin's request, there will be no formal service or calling hours, but his family encourages personal remembrances among his many friends, both close to home and abroad.
In lieu of flowers, donations in Lorin’s memory may be made to Heifer International, a global organization that works with communities to end world hunger and poverty and care for the Earth. Visit WWW.heifer.org for more details.

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Leslie Hardy Dendy

I remember Lorin as a handsome & engaging very young man giving a slide show presentation of his trip to India to the youth group at Eastwood Baptist Church. He was a really special person.
Leslie Hardy Dendy
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Sandy and Jeff Palmer


We will miss our friend Lorin--our lunches together, bee-keeping, tales of his many adventures, his passion for travel and music. He had such a zest for life!
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Karl Riber

The Riber family have lost a great friend and brother. Lorin came into our lives in Kodaikanal, India in the early 1960's as our music/piano/drama teacher and he has been a larger-than-life part of our lives ever since...RIP Lorin, as, perhaps, your safari's continue in another dimension....there are thousands of people who will miss you.
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Patty Bloomstram Clary

Sometimes we are lucky enough to have people join us on our life journey who leave a lasting imprint. Lorin was one of those special individuals. From the first year he was in our school district, he enthusiastically took a small music program to great heights. His personality, talents, intellect, and caring, permeated not only the program, but his relationships. When I close my eyes, I can still hear the pipe organ, his tenor voice, his laugh, and 'wise words of wisdom' - as we used to call them. Hoping the many memories, and prayers will bring peace to family and friends. Lorin will always be with us.
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James Corcoran

Mr Hunt passed on to me so much more than a love of vocal music. He passed on to a chubby tenor self-confidence and the joy of life that oozed out of his very pores. Because he believed in me I found the courage to believe in myself. He is one wonderful one-of-a-kind.
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