DeAngelo D. Hunter, 24, Wyndham Hotel worker, fan of music, movies

April 14, 2006

DeAngelo D. Hunter, a hotel worker and Baltimore resident, died Tuesday at Maryland Shock Trauma Center after being stabbed. He was 24.

Mr. Hunter was stabbed late Monday night in the 3300 block of Old Frederick Road. Police said yesterday that they had made no arrests in the case.

Mr. Hunter was born in Baltimore and raised in Edmondson Village. He attended Walbrook High School, where he was shortstop on the school's varsity baseball team.

He earned his General Educational Development diploma and was a former employee at the Baltimore RESCO waste-to-energy plant in Westport.

"Four days ago, he started a new job working in the banquet department of the Wyndham Hotel," said his mother, Sencerrae L. Cannon of Baltimore.

Mr. Hunter enjoyed listening to music and watching movies.

He was a member of the House of Faith Church.

Services will be held at 10:30 tomorrow at the Joseph H. Brown Funeral Home, 2140 N. Fulton St.

Also surviving are his stepfather, Forrest G. Cannon of Baltimore; two brothers, Antonio Hunter and Xavier Hunter, both of Baltimore; a stepsister, Shakenia Ford of Baltimore; maternal grandfather Frank Boone of Baltimore; and many cousins, nieces and nephews.

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