Bhunter Gerber Obituary, Death – Hunter Edmond “Chauncey” Geber, age 22, is the cherished grandson of Wayne and Bonnie (nee Lelii) Hillkirk, Agata (nee Telbis), the late Steve and Anna Geber, as well as the late Geoffrey Lelii (wife Carol “Gigi”) and the late Steve and Anna Geber. Bear, the family’s yellow lab, is still alive. He is the beloved son of Lisa (nee Hillkirk) and Ed Hunter was born on January 27, 2000, and he passed away on November 6, 2022. He played football and went to Berkshire High School, where he was known as “Chauncey,” and eventually graduated. He was grown and born in Newbury. This past summer, Hunter obtained his degree from Youngstown State University after completing his studies there. After graduating from college, he began working full-time in his family’s company, Geauga Septic Service.

Because of how wonderfully he communicated with them, customers admired him. Hunter enjoyed going to auto shows, going hunting and fishing with his father and close friends, working on classic cars with his grandfather and cousin, and spending his free time watching the Browns. He also liked racing dirt bikes and riding them. Hunter loved spending time with his family and was a fantastic hero to his relatives. He would frequently travel to their favorite Mitchell’s ice cream shop with his sister in the van. Hunter has the ability to go into a room and quickly cause everyone to laugh out loud.

He will be most fondly recalled as a guy who was joyful, kind, and the life of the party. The entire neighborhood, in addition to his family and friends, will love and miss Hunter. With donations made in his honor, Hunter’s Treasured Memories Fund will support the community where he was born and raised. A donation will be made to an unnamed fund in memory of Hunter. HERE

Service in memory of a person On November 14, 2022, at 11 a.m., the funeral home. interment then takes place at Munn Cemetery. The DeJOHN FUNERAL HOME & CELEBRATIONS CENTER OF CHESTERLAND, 12811 CHILLICOTHE ROAD (Rt. 306, just south of Mayfield Rd. ), will host a memorial service and celebration of life for Hunter’s family and friends on Sunday from 1-6 PM.