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Date of Birth May 26, 2008

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Date of Passing March 19, 2020

Destiny Marie Hunter

from Lynchburg, Virginia, United States

Destiny was a beautiful child that was years wiser than her age. She was born on May 26th, 2008. She was blessed to have several mothers and family that loved her. She was raised by Jennifer Glover from six weeks up until she was 9 years old when she returned back to Virginia to live with Erica. Destiny loved to play with her dolls and do their hair. She wanted their hair to be pretty like hers. She also loved to read and go to church. She was brought up in the church and prayed several times a day. She attended Dunlieth Elementary up to 4th grade. One of her many nicknames was Mooka. Mooka loved music, and to dress up and sing. She could be caught in the mirror singing her favorite Jill Scott song. Her smile was infectious, you couldn't help but smile back at her.  She was sassy but would nurse you back to health if you didn't feel good. She would get you together and the next minute tell you she loved you. She was definately one of a kind. 

Destiny leaves behind her village that raised her.

Jennifer Glover (Mother), Keyona Askew (Mother), Ebony Roberson (Mother), Tyrosha Evans (Godmother), Lena Mae Harris (Aunt) Shirley Glover (Aunt) and Liz LeGrant and a host of other uncles, aunts and cousins that loved her.

Burial Details:

10:30
Mar 31, 2020
Old City Funeral Home, 401 Taylor St, Lynchburg, VA
Details: This will be a graveside funeral.
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Burial Details

Burial Details:

10:30
Mar 31, 2020
Old City Funeral Home, 401 Taylor St, Lynchburg, VA
Details: This will be a graveside funeral.
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    Reply Rosetta Bess / Mar 30, 2020

    Rosetta Bess sends their condolences.

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    Reply Lena Harry / Mar 30, 2020

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    Reply LaCinda Shaw / Mar 30, 2020

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    Reply Sherrika Peoples / Mar 30, 2020

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    Reply Northica Slater / Mar 30, 2020

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    Reply Sherrika Peoples / Mar 29, 2020

    Jennifer my prayers are with you and your family .. Losing a loved one is very hard but with God we all will get through it. Love you Vik-toryous

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    Reply Ruetta G Best / Mar 29, 2020

    Such a Beautiful Spirit! Destiny, You Loved Children's Church and We Loved You and Always Will! We Speak Your Name! Rest In Heaven! GOD Cover and Keep Destiny's Village! The Vision Cathedral of Atlanta Bishop O. C. Allen, III Founder and Senior Pastor

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    Reply Northica Slater / Mar 29, 2020

    MooMoo is all I called you. I would come to see you at Aunt Johnnie Mae’s and you would run to me yelling Aunt Norris and would give me th biggest hug. You was just a ball of love and we had you spoiled especially Aunt Johnnie Mae. My love you will truly be missed.. I Love you Destiny..RIP

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    Reply Geraldine Waller / Mar 29, 2020

    Destiny u was a very special person and from the first time I met u I loved u and u may not have been my blood niece but u will always have a special place in me and Sierra heart we love you and will miss u dearly RIP Sweet Baby Auntie Jody love you

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    Reply Ezenwanyi Onwuzuruoha / Mar 29, 2020

    I had the privilege of being one of Destiny’s teachers for 3 years at Dunleith Elementary. When I met Destiny, I was a first year teacher, fresh out of college. Destiny taught me so much during my first few years teaching. She challenged me to be creative, patient, and flexible. She was a natural born leader and my best helper in class. She was very special to me during my time at Dunleith and will always have a place in my heart. Though the news of her untimely passing hurts, I take comfort in the fact she has gone on to be with Lord. Rest well sweet pea, love you always. -Ms. O

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    Reply Cynthia Tapia / Mar 29, 2020

    Ms. Personality, that was Destiny; she would greet me every day in Before School at Dunleith with her big smile and a story to tell. You could see her beautiful soul through her eyes. We have missed you since you left your Dunleith Family. Rest In Peace beautiful Destiny. Loving and missing you, Mrs. Tapia

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    Reply Sharon Kleckley / Mar 29, 2020

    It is still so unbelievable that Destiny does not grace this earth any longer. She was my 2nd grade student and while she had big personality, she was absolutely adorable. I will remember her, her personality and her confident attitude. There was nothing that could stop this little girl. There will never be another Destiny Marie. With all my love, Mrs. Sharon Kleckley

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