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Obituary for Carmen Hunt (Condie)

Heaven opened its gates for Carmen Condie Hunt on April 25, 2022 after a battle with cancer while surrounded by loving family.
Carmen was born on November 7, 1942 in Cedar City UT. Those who knew Carmen knew her for her wit and sparky sense of humor. She could have anyone doubled over in laughter after speaking to her for only a moment. She enjoyed making her family laugh and was known for a good practical joke on her grandkids. Carmen had a huge heart and loved children. She was a genuine and loving neighbor, and you could find her over her wall talking to kids, taking them for ice cream, or sharing popsicles and stories. She was an amazing cook and loved to cook for family and neighbors. Carmen had a prosperous garden and would share her harvest with anyone she could. Much of what Carmen touched, turned to gold. She could sew, crochet, knit, quilt, cross-stitch, cook, can foods and jams, craft and garden and was never found idle. Carmen could make anything with her hands and much of what she made would be delivered to those in need.
She is preceded in death by her parents Francis and Elda Condie of Cedar City and sisters Barbara Martinez of Salt Lake City and Dolores Hill of Aurora Colorado.
Carmen is survived by her husband Roy Hunt, who took outstanding care of her up until the very end. She expressed how grateful she was for his constant love and kindness towards her and how hard he worked for the family throughout the years. Also, her sister Sandra Strang of Denver, CO along with her children: Heath Hunt and Tausha Hunt and 7 grandchildren: Mathew Guzman, Erin Nichole Guzman, Ciarra Guzman, Maddux Larsen, Austyn Larsen, Jagger Larsen, Riley Hunt, and great grandchildren, Hera Poulos, and Jax Caro.
Her celebration of life for friends and family will be held on Friday, May 6th at the Heritage Center, 105 N 100 E, Cedar City, UT from 11am to 1PM. Per Carmen’s wishes, there will not be a structured service, but music, food and an open mic provided for those that want to share stories or pay respects. Carmen’s wish was to be cremated. A short funeral procession will follow at 1PM at Cedar Cemetery.