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Alicia Johnson

Harold Allen Hunter

August 06, 1948 - May 19, 2020

We created a GatheringUs memorial to celebrate the life of Harold Allen Hunter. Collecting your stories and memories here will offer us great comfort. As we plan a virtual gathering, we will share details here. Thank you for contributing to this lasting memorial. In lieu of flowers a donation can be given...  see more

Harold Allen  Hunter was born August 6, 1948 along with his twin brother Herschel Allen Hunter who preceded him in death. Harold passed on May 19, 2020. Harold was also preceded in death by his mother Ida E. Hunter (nee Allen), his father Eugene Hunter and brother Kenneth E.Hunter. He graduated from Farragut High School and received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Illinois at Chicago Circle Campus in 1972. ...  see more
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    "H2" (Harold Hunter) and I were close friends for nearly 20 years. We hung out and spoke on the phone for hours at a time. We attended music concerts, movies at the Gene Siskel Film Center downtown, the Summer Dance series at the Spirit of...  more
  • Alicia  Johnson
    For Harold (West-Side Writer)

    A quiet hush
    YOU walked
    the room
    in philosophical strides
    of poetic lyrics
    YOU spoke
    in quiet moments
    behind YOU
    Ornette Coleman
    ...  more
  • Alicia  Johnson
    Alicia Johnson added 1 photo(s) to the memorial Harold Allen Hunter:
    WSWG Reunion 2017
  • Alicia  Johnson
    Alicia Johnson added 5 photo(s) to the memorial Harold Allen Hunter:
    West Side Writers Guild March 1992
    West Side Writers’ Guild
    West Side Writers Guild
    WSWG Panel Discussion
    WSWG Hull House Museum Reunion
  • Imogene Crumpton
    My siblings and I grew up in St Louis so it was always a special treat to visit Chicago so that we could visit with our cousins. My older brother and Harold and Herschel were only ten months apart and being boys, they did not want to be bothered with a...  more
  • Alicia  Johnson
    Today would have been Harold's birthday. I had made a point of calling him to wish him a Happy Birthday. A couple of times he was like, "It is, well yes. I guess it is. " We would laugh and talk for hours. I will miss that.