Inez L. Hunt, 90, NSA maintenance worker

December 10, 2004

Inez L. Hunt, a National Security Administration maintenance worker, died of complications from diabetes Dec. 3 at St. Agnes HealthCare. The West Baltimore resident was 90.

The former Inez Williams was born in Henderson, N.C., and raised in Wise, N.C., where she graduated from public schools. She came to Baltimore in 1932 and during World War II was a factory worker at the Federal Tin Co. plant in South Baltimore.

For about 15 years, until retiring in 1984, Mrs. Hunt was a NSA maintenance worker at Fort Meade.

Since 1933, Mrs. Hunt had been a member of Mount Moriah Baptist Church, where she taught Sunday school for nearly three decades, was president of the church's missionary society and was a choir member. She had also been a member of the Women's Auxiliary of the Baptist Convention.

She enjoyed cooking and entertaining and was known for her homemade rolls, family members said.

Her husband of 35 years, Joseph R. Hunt, a construction worker, died in 1965.

Services were Wednesday.

Mrs. Hunt is survived by four daughters, Audrey A. Dixon, Amonica K. Hunt, Ethel Harrison and Bernadette A. Barnes, all of Baltimore; two sisters, Cecil Mae Johnson and Irma Green, both of Baltimore; 15 grandchildren; 22 great-grandchildren; and 10 great-great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her three sons, Joseph Reginald Hunt, Milton Hunt and Christopher Hunt.

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