Kevin McKay Hunter

Kevin McKay Hunter, 52, died February 23 at his home in Oxford. Memorial services were held February 28 at Oxford-University United Methodist Church with the Rev. Warren Black and the Rev. Eddie Rester officiating. A private family inurnment followed in the columbarium in St. Peter’s Cemetery. 

Born to Raymond Earl and Mary Lou Cowan Hunter, Kevin was associated with Mercedes-Benz of Collierville, Tenn. He was a former general manager of Hunter Volkswagen Mazda and a former insurance agent with Federated Insurance Agency. He was involved in various other business interests including arena football, Nascar racing, casino development and an advertising agency. He was a graduate of the University of Mississippi where he was a member of the ETA Chapter of Sigma Chi fraternity. As a member of the Oxford-University United Methodist Church, he had been a former leader of the FISH Club (First in Serving Him Youth Group). He was preceded in death by his father, Raymond Earl Hunter.

Kevin is survived by his wife Sloan Stribling Hunter of Oxford; son Samuel Stribling Hunter of Oxford; daughter Lilly McKay Hunter of Oxford; mother Mary Lou Hunter of Oxford; brother Cowan Hunter and his wife Connie of Oxford; and nieces Sara Grace Hunter and Riley Hunter of Oxford.

Memorials may be made to Oxford-University United Methodist Church, 424 South 10th St., Oxford, Miss., 38655.

To sign an online guestbook, visit www.wallerfuneralhome.com.

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