hunter t.resch
Greece: Suddenly, February 12, 2010 Hunter became our guardian angel. Predeceased by his opa, Eugene Resch. He is survived by his loving and devoted mother, Susan Resch; great-grandmother, Helen Ras; grand-parents, Thomas (Cheryl) Ras & Carol (Kurt) Gurgel; aunts and uncles, Jennifer (Robert) Maggi, Thomas Ras, Lawrence Resch; Donna (Richard) Makowski, Sheila Resch, Sandra (Dan) Rockafellow & Carla (Terry) Vick; cousins, Ashlee & Nicholas Maggi; Michael, Andy & Ben Rockafellow; Connor & Tristan Vick and William & Katie Resch; several great aunts, great uncles, second and third generation cousins; countless friends. Hunter had many friends at Paddy Hill School and Cub Scout Pack 14. He was known as “Mayor of Paddy Hill”. Hunter loved Cub Scouts, fishing and building Lego’s. He truly was a shining star to all who knew him. He had an infectious smile that could light up a room and turn any frown into a smile. Friends may call Tuesday 2-6 P.M. at Vay-Schleich & Meeson Funeral Home, Greece Chapel, 1075 Long Pond Road. His Funeral Mass will be celebrated, Wednesday 9:30A.M. at St. Charles Borromeo Church, 3003 Dewey Avenue. Entombment in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery will follow Mass. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Cub Scout Pack 14 or to a foundation that will be formed in Hunter’s memory.

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  1. Although I do not know you, I grieve with you. Hunter was taken much way too soon. Know that he is with our Lord walking streets of gold. Lean on the Lord for comfort and peace. Only He can give a peace that passes all understanding. Seek His face when you need strength and peace. Find comfort in the Word of God. In time you will smile again every time you think of Hunter. Keep faith alive and know that one day you will see Hunter again. Stay strong in the Lord!

  2. Cheryl – There are no words I can offer to express my sadness for you and your family. You are in my thoughts and prayers as is Hunter.

  3. Cheryl & family, I’m so sorry for your loss. This is a terrible tragedy that no one should have to endure. I know the pain of losing a grandson at such a young age. I pray that time will ease the pain you’re feeling now. May God bless all of you at this difficult time.

  4. Cheryl & Sue,
    So sorry for your loss. I can’t imagine the pain and anguish you are experiencing right now but know that there is strength in numbers and you are in everyone’s thoughts and prayers. Heaven is a happier place now since Hunter arrived!

  5. Cheryl, Sue and family — Words truly cannot describe the pain we’re feeling for you or express the depth of our heartfelt sympathy during this tragic time. We are so very sorry for your loss. While we cannot even begin to imagine what you are all going through, please know that our hearts are with you. May you find some comfort in your family and friends and all those wonderful memories of Hunter ‘ who is now an angel with God. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

  6. Cheryl,
    I wish my mind and heart could take away or at least share, some of the pain you are going through. You and Sue will be in my thoughts daily.
    Jane

  7. Dear Cheryl & Family – please accept our deepest sympathy for you loss. Such a sweet looking little guy who did not get his chance in life. Our prayers and love go out to you and yours. Sincerely, Monica Lockwood and Ladies Auxiliary Unit 1278

  8. Dear Cheryl and family – Words cannot express my deep sorrow for your loss. My God comfort you all and and bring you peace at this terrible time.

  9. Dear Hunter,
    An Irish Blessing ends with ‘And until we meet again may God hold you in the palm of his hand.
    Sue, I like so many other people can not know what you are going through right now, only to pray for you and your family in this time of great sorrow.
    I do know that your child (Hunter) is with our Lord and you in your sorrow need to stay healthy and strong for Hunter’s sake.
    With Human Love and Prayers for You and Your Family,
    Vera Sudore

  10. Dear Sue & Family-
    Words truly cannot express our sorrow at this time. While we cannot even begin to imagine what you are all going through, please know that our hearts are with you. You will always be in our thoughts and prayers. And we will always be there for you if there is anything you need. Love, Bart and April

  11. Dear Sue , please except my deepest sympathy, I am so saddened by this terrible tragedy, may God Bless you and help you through this

  12. Dear Sue and Family, Words cannot express our sorrow at this time. Although we cannot imagine what you are all going through, our tears and heavy hearts are for you. Hunter is truly a little angel and is now sitting on the lap of Jesus. You will always be in our prayers and thoughts. Love, John and Noreen

  13. Dear Sue and Family:

    Sue, I can’t find the words to say just how sorrowful I am at this moment. My heart goes out to you and your family. I will be praying for you all continually that the Lord comfort your hearts and ease your pains. But rest assured knowing that Hunter is with the Lord. You all loved him, but God loved him best.
    With Much Regards,
    Your Mary Kay Sister, Jackie Dawson

  14. Dear Sue, We are deeply saddened by the loss of your little Angel. I will always remember his contagious smile and laugh whenever I would volunteer at school in the past 2 years. Please look to your family and friends for comfort. Anthony will miss his ‘little buddy’. He is your guardian Angel now looking down on you. Love, Angela & Brooks Amerose(and family)

  15. Dear Sue,
    Kirk and I cannot tell you how saddened we feel for you right now. Our heart is so sad and is aching for you. Kirk loved Hunter and remembers the times he spent with him at your home. Our prayers are with you and Hunter.
    Love,
    Kirk and Colleen Walker

  16. Dear Sue…we are all so terribly sad…may you find comfort in your family and friends and memory of your sweet boy….All our love…The Rinaudo Family

  17. Dear Sue:

    From a mom that cannot even begin to understand what you must be going through, I send you my deepest sympathy. I so wanted to come and see you yesterday, but I had to work at my 2nd job. At the funeral, I was numb from crying. You are a very special, strong lady. Use your strength and seek the love and devotion from what I hear is a wonderful family. Again, please accept my deepest sympathy. Sharon Stern

  18. Dear Sue:
    So what does one tell a mom who looses a child? I’m sorry? My condolences? My mother once told me that there is not greater pain than the pain of loosing a child. My purpose in this note is to acknowledge your pain. I can’t tell you of when or if things will get better. I have no words or gestures to make it better. A child to a mother is her heart, soul and existance so Hunter’s heart, soul and very existance will always live in you.