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“Once mrt NO ONE could forget 'uncle Al, the kiddie's pal" Also known as "the senator" for his ability to befriend anyone he met. My condolences...Read More »
1 of 23 | Posted by: John Mancuso - Kings Mountain, NC

“One of the highlights of my daily Saratoga routine was greeting Al on the steps up the Press Box every day. He'll be missed by many. ”
2 of 23 | Posted by: Brian Nadeau - Dover, DE

“Al always had a smile for all of the press box writers at Saratoga Race Course. A very nice man. I will miss him. ”
3 of 23 | Posted by: Tim Wilkin - albany, NY

“Please accept my deepest condolences. Although it's been 35 years since I was in his class, I will never forget Mr. Hunt. He was a wonderful teacher...Read More »
4 of 23 | Posted by: Charles Giknis - Diamond Point, NY

“Anita,Rob,Renee and Danielle, I am sorry to hear of the loss of Al. I always remembered him as a fun guy with a great sense of humor since I was...Read More »
5 of 23 | Posted by: Joshua Jackson - charlotte, NC

“Mrs. Hunt (Anita), Renee and family, I was saddened to just learn about the loss of your husband and father. My thoughts and prayers go out to you...Read More »
6 of 23 | Posted by: Barbara Hodge - Greenfield Center, NY

“Anita, Our sincere sympathy for the loss your family has experienced. We were so grateful that you both stopped when you were down this way. It...Read More »
7 of 23 | Posted by: John O'Connor - Edenton, NC

“Mr. Hunt's students knew he cared about them. It was apparent he loved the outdoors and would take opportunities to get us outside for field trips...Read More »
8 of 23 | Posted by: Chris Hammond - Buffalo, NY

“Dear Anita and Family, It was such a shock to read about Al's death in The Daily Gazette. I always thought Al was invincible. He was a wonderful...Read More »
9 of 23 | Posted by: Charline Hoffmann - Niskayuna, NY

“Anita and Family,We were so sorry to hear about Al's death. I worked with Al for a number of years at Iroquois and his compassion for all students...Read More »
10 of 23 | Posted by: Joan Rockwell & Heather Rockwell - NY

“There are so many memories of Al (and family) that I would not know where to begin. Was it in school, pool store, or NYC that I have the fondest...Read More »
11 of 23 | Posted by: Charlie Johnson - Wildwood, FL

“I can still remember back in 1966 working on construction at Brockport State College that summer upon my graduation from Batavia high school. Al and...Read More »
12 of 23 | Posted by: Dominic Cavalieri - Batavia, NY

“Dear Anita, My husband Jim and I were both very sorry to read about Al's passing. Jim remembers Albert very well from Notre Dame High School. ...Read More »
13 of 23 | Posted by: Linda Morien Nalbach - Batavia, NY

“To the entire Hunt family, and to the extended family of his Iroquois (Niskayuna) Colleagues and Students; We all had our lives touched by Al Hunt. ...Read More »
14 of 23 | Posted by: Ben Smith - Niskayuna, NY

“Dear Anita and family,I am so sorry to hear about Al. My prayers and thoughts are with you and your family during this time. ”
15 of 23 | Posted by: Rosemary Ferrando Whelan - Linden, NJ

“Anita and family I will always cherish the almost 12 years I shared with your family not only as an employee at Atlas Pool Company but as a friend....Read More »
16 of 23 | Posted by: Laura St. Louis - NY

“To Al's Family, Al was a wonderful teacher and colleague. Working together for a short time @ Iroquois I came to know the level of Al's dedication...Read More »
17 of 23 | Posted by: Kris Maxwell - Watervliet, NY

“Dear Anita and Family: I am very sorry for your loss. I had the pleasure of teaching with Al in the science dept. at Iroquois Middle School. I was...Read More »
18 of 23 | Posted by: Miles Garfinkel - Delmar, NY

“My condolences to the family of Al Hunt. He was a friend and colleague at Iroquois Middle School for many years. He was friendly and outgoing to...Read More »
19 of 23 | Posted by: Fred Rosasco - Delanson, NY

“So sorry for your loss. I fondly remember my year with Mr. Hunt back in 6th grade science. Going to herkimer diamond mine and doing the adopt a...Read More »
20 of 23 | Posted by: mike - Clifton park, NY

“Anita, Pam And I would like to express to you our sincere sorrow . Al was always a gentleman to us and a pleasure to deal with as a patient in the...Read More »
21 of 23 | Posted by: Richard and Pamela Checca - NY

“Dear Anita and Family Jim and I send our deepest sympathy to you and your family. We will keep you in our prayers. May The Good Lord Comfort and Keep...Read More »
22 of 23 | Posted by: Nancy and Jim Schiller - Batavia, NY

“Dear Anita, I'm so sorry to read this about Al. I will keep you both in my prayers. Rose Mary ”
23 of 23 | Posted by: Rose Mary (Sformo) Christian - NY


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Albert V. Hunt of Middle Grove died peacefully surrounded by his family on March 18, 2012 at his home after a brief battle with Cancer. He was 67 years old.
Born on June 13, 1944 in Batavia, NY, he was the son of the late Albert V. Hunt and Helen Curtin Hunt.
Mr. Hunt was a graduate of Notre Dame High School in Batavia, class of 1962. From high school, he earned his Bachelor's degree from the University of Buffalo. He married his wife, Anita Cappiello, on July 2, 1966. He then earned his Master in Education from St. Michael's College in Vermont. Upon graduation, he was hired by the Niskayuna School District where he worked as a 6th grade teacher for over 32 years. Albert was a dedicate educator who believed it couldn't be considered work if you enjoyed it as much as he did! During his time at Niskayuna, he earned his second Master's degree from the University at Albany.
In addition to his years in education, Albert and his wife, Anita, owned and operated Atlas Pool Company in Ballston Spa for over 20 years. Upon retirement from the school district and selling his business, Mr. Hunt worked for NYRA as a security guard. Albert thoroughly enjoyed his work with the Saratoga Race Course, especially during the track meet when his position at the track was guarding and overseeing the VIP Lounge and Press Box within the track. Albert felt very fortunate to have such diverse yet fulfilling careers throughout his life. Mr. Hunt was also fond of traveling, especially to the Caribbean.
Survivors include his wife of over 46 years, Anita Hunt of Middle Grove, a son, Robert A. Hunt of Rochester, NY and his wife Heather, two daughters, Danielle Pelham and her husband Michael of Houston TX, and Renee H. Carollo and her husband Matthew of Middle Grove, NY. He is also survived by his 7 grandchildren, Mattalyn, Sydney and Ava Carollo, Nicholas and Zachary Pelham and Briton and Porter Hunt.
In lieu of flowers a memorial donation can be made in his memory to The Michael Napoleone Memorial Foundation, Inc P.O. Box 267, Batavia, NY 14021-0267 or The Brave Will Foundation, 371 Schauber Road, Ballston Lake, NY 12019.
A time of reflection will be held on March 22 at 6:30 pm at the Tunison Funeral Home, 105 Lake Ave. Saratoga Springs, NY 12866. Family and friends may visit from 5-6:30 prior to this time.
A private burial will be at Middle Grove Cemetery the following day.
Online remembrances can be made at www.tunisonfuneralhome.com

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