Hunter grew up in a small Baptist church in Colyell. His parents were active members and they were there every time the doors were open.
At age of 7 he accepted Christ as his Lord and Savior. Throughout high school Hunter grew in ministry as he led worship with youth bands and traveled the state singing at various churches. Hunter graduated from RPCC with a process technology degree in 2014 and now works full time at a plant in Reserve as an operator. He met his wife, Kacie, in 2010 and they were married in 2015. Kaci is the athletic trainer at Fontainebleau High School in Mandeville and they are expecting their first child in March of 2019.
Shortly after becoming members at Woodland Park, Hunter had the opportunity to become a member of the Nations Worship Team. He shares that “I am extremely blessed to one of the leaders at the Nations College and Young Adult Ministry, a position that allows me to follow my calling to the music ministry.”
Hunter enjoys lifting weights, reliving high school glory days on the basketball court, running the occasional 5k, and attending sporting events Fontainebleau High School with his wife Kaci. “I would also call myself an outdoorsman. I like to camp, hunt, relax in my hammock, grill, and frequent the gun range.” Hunter still receives Legos from his parents every year for Christmas and he enjoys playing video games with friends and reading comic books. But the most important way he would want to be described is servant to Christ.