Andrew Hunte Death, Obituary – We at The Somerville would want to use this opportunity to remember and commemorate “Andrew Hunte,” a much-loved member of our Play Worker team who died away on November 15, 2022. We would like to use this occasion to remember and celebrate Andrew Hunte. The 15th of November was Andrew’s birthday, and he continued to work here up until the day he passed away. Andrew Hunte took his last breath on Tuesday, and he departed this world shortly thereafter. After more than 15 years of service to Somerville, Andrew stayed there until the year 2021, at which point he made the decision to retire for good and hang up his boots for good.
He was a well-liked member of the team who, over the course of his professional career, was able to have a positive influence on the lives of a significant number of young people and children. Throughout his career, he was able to make a positive impact on the lives of a substantial number of young people and children. In addition to this, he was able to be a constructive force in the lives of the other members of the team. The photograph offers a detailed account of the funeral service, beginning with the march to the crematorium and continuing through the dinner that was served after the service was finished.
The family would like to extend a warm welcome to anyone who travels to see them as well as anyone who lives nearby. At Somerville, we have what is known as a “sympathies book” for people to write their condolences in. This is a place where friends, family, and anybody else who knew him and is upset by his passing can put down their thoughts and offer their condolences for his loss. Anyone who knew him and was upset by his passing is welcome to use this space. It will be available from three to seven o’clock in the evening, Tuesday through Friday, all the way up until the 15th of December, and will be accessible throughout those hours.
or everything that you have done for the community, and in particular for the Somerville Adventure Playground, please accept my sincere gratitude, Andrew.