Hunter Durham Roanoke VA Obituary: On October 7, 2021, adored child, spouse, father, companion and devoted community worker, Hunter Robert Durham, 47, died unexpectedly from regular causes. Tracker served his country with unique excellence his whole grown-up life. A local of Vinton, Hunter moved on from William Byrd High School in 1992, and afterward moved on from Emory and Henry College in 1996 with a Bachelor of Arts in History and Political Science. He played in the soccer groups of the two schools and was a pleased individual from the Phi Pi Alpha organization.
Tracker later finished a Master’s Degree in National Security Studies from American Military University. After school, he enrolled in the U.S. Marine Corp and got the assignment of Honors Graduate of Recruit Training from the Commandant at Paris Island. Afterward, he joined the U.S. Armed force, and flew Kiowa Warrior helicopters on a sending in Afghanistan, achieving the position of Chief Warrant Officer. During his administration, Hunter moved on from many particular schools, incorporating SCUBA school in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, the Special Warfare School’s SERE High Risk school, and air attack courses. While in the Army, Hunter won the Army Commendation Medal, and was given the Air Medal for his administration in Operation Enduring Freedom.
After his administration in the military finished, Hunter kept on serving his nation as a specialist with the Department of State Diplomatic Security Service, graduating as the top specialist in his group. He then, at that point, joined the Department of Defense Criminal Investigative Service, and, for the beyond ten years, filled in as a specialist with the Department of Homeland Security.
In these jobs he secured a portion of the nation’s top negotiators and researched many significant wrongdoings carried out all through the country, most as of late zeroing in on violations against youngsters and those generally helpless in our general public. As a specialist, Hunter propelled himself and those in his groups to accomplish staggering work, yet in addition imparted snapshots of humankind and thoughtfulness to those he explored. With his sharp mind and order of the composed word, Hunter intrigued numerous investigators, judges and safeguard lawyers, who will all profoundly miss hislarger-than-life presence.
However Hunter was energetic with regards to his central goal of administration to country, he is better known for the devotion he showed his family. Tracker wedded his first love, Ms. Jessica Noel Noonkester, of Abingdon, Virginia, on June 26, 1999. They were honored with three astounding youngsters, Sydnee (17), Jack (15), and Logan (14), and most as of late with Ehler, Hunter’s top pick and valued canine. With mind blowing excitement, Hunter trained a large number of his kids’ lacrosse and soccer groups, regularly shipping them across a few states to play in select groups and go to competitions. Also, regardless of the requests of his expert life, he was consistently there to help with schoolwork, lead school raising money crusades, and even fill in as leader of the James Madison Middle School PTA for a very long time. Tracker and his family go to Church of the Holy Spirit in Roanoke.