February 14, 1927 - March 9, 2022
Mrs. Ada V. Hunter, 95, of Talladega, Alabama was born on February 14, 1927 to the late Art T. Kelly and Mattie Fuller Kelly. At an early age, Mrs. Hunter accepted Christ as her Lord and Savior and united with Mt. Zion CME Church in Alpine, Alabama. She later united with Greater Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church where she served faithfully until her health began to fail. Mrs. Ada was a true servant of the Lord and love being in the Lord's house. She sporadically attended various churches throughout her 95 years, and she enjoyed visiting with Freedom Holy Ghost Headquarters. Mrs. Hunter received her formal education in the Talladega City School System and attended Westside High School. Mrs. Ada was affectionately known to the community and family as "Sister Kelly" and to all of her family as "Madea". She carried the name "Madea" well when it came to picking greens and cooking for her family and friends. She also found great joy in going to yard sales and she enjoyed cleaning, but most of all, she loved spending time with her family and friends. She will truly be missed by all the hearts she has touched. Ada's 95-year life journey was completed on March 9, 2022 when she peacefully answered her Master's call for eternal rest in the comfort of her home while surrounded by loved ones under the care of Amedysis Hospice. Once gaining her heavenly wings, she was reunited with her husband, Eddie Hunter, parents, Art and Mattie Kelly, sons, Louis Hunter and MacArthur Kelly, daughter, Phyllis Garrett, grandson, Quintrico Goolsby, granddaughters, Qu'Dasia Goolsby and Taskane' Hunter, sisters, Hattie Mae Keith and Lucille Wallace and brothers, Earnest Kelly, John T. Kelly and Clarence Kelly. Ada's loving memories will forever be remembered and cherished by her daughters, Dorothy Kelly, Diane (Tommy) Kelly, JoAnne Keith and Virginia Hughley; sons, Steve (Gwendolyn) Kelly and Timothy Keith; sister, Mable Kelly; grandchildren, Monica (Marcus), Samuel (Anna), Yolanda, La'Keysha (Cletis), Calvin, Kever, Royce, Tommy, Jr., Herbert, Kimyatta (Saqualis), Temeka, Ta'Karius, Pamela, Rhonda (Adrian), Kenydi, Quintico, Quindrico ( Tenasha Stewart), Demetrius, Martez, Jason, Tevin, Amy, Tammy, Barbara, Shunkevis and Shaquante'; great-grandchildren, Tykundra, Dequrious, Kaleia, Ohyja, Kyler, Karli, Jadah, Mahogani, Santini, Steven, Mesha, Larry, Dre, Martika, Madisyn, Koy, Royce Jr., Royciah, Rylan, Kholten, Ty'Darius, Maleek, LaKeysia, Sakija, Kalani, Kyre', Takaja, Mauri, Devin, Mandi, Kentavious, Shuntavis, Ja'Quinton, Takarius Jr., JiKerrion, Carly, Kaiden, Dale, Brooklyn, Ava, My'Khia, Michael, Shun'Kelvivis, Caylen, Jayce, Phynlee, Sakia, Keyosha, Jada, Nini, Drico, Juicy, Tae, Armoni, Khloe, Kenzly, and Koryn; special sister-in-law, Josie Mae Kelly; daughter-in-law, Joann Hunter; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends. Ada will always be remembered for her love of others, her humor, her loyalty, and her kind heart she had.
Mrs. Ada V. Hunter, 95, of Talladega, Alabama was born on February 14, 1927 to the late Art T. Kelly and Mattie Fuller Kelly. At an early age, Mrs. Hunter accepted Christ as her Lord and Savior and united with Mt. Zion CME Church in Alpine,... View Obituary & Service Information
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