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Lori E. Hunter Obituary


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“Everything that has been written here is so true about Lori. She was a champion, funny, loving, determined and so focused on her family and friends.....Read More »
1 of 6 | Posted by: Susan McNickle - Eudora, KS

“I did not know Lori well - I met her through biking with Art. She certainly had a zest for life and made an instant impression. She was real and...Read More »
2 of 6 | Posted by: Mitchell Ash - Ardsley, NY

“There are times like these that I start to question why people like Lori are taken way too soon. I can guarantee that "the big man" up stairs has...Read More »
3 of 6 | Posted by: Dan Mc Nickle - Olathe, KS

“I just want to express my sympathy and sadness for Lori's family. I know she was such a wonderful and loving wife, mom, sister, and friend! I only...Read More »
4 of 6 | Posted by: Nathan Bryan - Columbus, OH

“Art, Max and Alex- Lori was one of my heroes, a role model for us all. I am heartbroken. Be strong, as Lori would have wanted you to be. We...Read More »
5 of 6 | Posted by: Peter Porcino - Ardsley, NY

“So VERY heavy hearted today for such a great loss of an AMAZING strong lady and a dear, dear friend. Will so deeply miss her anedotal observations,...Read More »
6 of 6 | Posted by: Alison - Gahanna, OH


Eiler-Hunter – Lori Irene, died Saturday May 7, 2011 after a six-year battle with brain cancer in her home in Ardsley, New York. She was 52 years old. Lori was born in Battle Creek, Michigan on March 25, 1959. Raised in Montana and Ohio, Lori settled in Ardsley, New York in 1994 to raise her family. In short order she became active in the community. Lori was one of the founding members of the Open Space Committee and the first volunteer for the village's parks and recreation department. Lori organized movies and concerts in the park, ice-cream socials and various holiday celebrations at the community center. Lori was also a member of the villages planning board and helped to introduce new requirements for building on steep slopes. Lori loved a good story told in a book or by a friend. She was a collector of people and surrounded herself with friends and family to celebrate life every day. Her husband Art, son Max, daughter Alexandra and her two brothers Jack and Tim Eiler survive her. Funeral Service Wednesday 10AM Edwards-Dowdle Funeral Home 64 Ashford Avenue Dobbs Ferry, NY. Visiting Tuesday 2-4 & 7-9 PM. In lieu of flowers Lori requested that you read to your children, call your mother, say please and thank you and mind your P's and Q's. If that's not enough please make a donation to Hospice and Palliative Care of Westchester 311 N. Street Suite 204 White Plains, NY 10605.

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