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William Christopher Hunt, age 32, of Norwalk, CT, died as a result of the disaster that occurred on September 11, 2001, at the World Trade Center in New York City. William was born on July 27, 1969, the first son of Lawrence R. and Diane Osgood Hunt. He lived with his parents in Kingston, MA, from 1973 to 1995.
He was active in town youth sports leagues, and attended both Sacred Heart Elementary and High Schools, graduating in 1987. In that year, he was elected captain of his league championship basketball team, and was selected as its Most Valuable Player. He continued his education at Bridgewater State College in Massachusetts where he was a Dean's List student and captain of the college's rugby team. He received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Public Relations and Management.
Following his graduation in 1991, he was employed as an account executive for Waste Management, Inc. Bill later worked for Dean Witter. In 1997, he joined EuroBrokers where he worked until the September 11th tragedy. He earned the titles of Bond Desk Manager and Vice President.
Bill is the beloved husband of Jennifer Woodward Hunt, and the devoted father of fifteen month old Emma Kathryn Hunt. He is also survived by his loving parents and brother Daniel Walter Hunt, sister-in-law Jean Hunt, brother and mother-in-law, David and Cynthia Woodward, and brother-in-law, David Woodward, Jr. Bill is the cherished grandson of Anne Lorraine Osgood Condon-Knorr, and the late Daniel J. Osgood, Sr. and the late Ruth Altham and Walter "Pee Wee" Hunt. William had many aunts, uncles, and cousins and a great number of close and loving friends. All shall sorely miss him.
Paid Notice published in the Boston Globe on October 3, 2001.