Hunter Cerna Obituary, Death – Our community will never again have access to the intelligent and gifted young man who was taken from us. Everyone whose life has been altered in any manner, no matter how slight, will never forget you and will greatly miss you. Rest in peace Hunter Cerna Since you were taken from this world much too soon, please know that my thoughts and prayers are with your loved ones at this time.
A memorial service for Hunter will be held on April 23 at 11 in the morning at the location of his final resting place. If you are looking for us in the morning, we will be at the parking lot of the Chimacum school at 10:30. As we make our way to the Greenwood (Chimacum) cemetery for the funeral procession, we will ride for Hunter 949 one last time on our dirt motorcycles, street bikes, quads, and automobiles.
This will be done as we make our approach to the cemetery. Following the conclusion of the service, we would like to invite anybody who would like to join us for a celebration of Hunter at our home, which will include a potluck. In Hunter’s honor, we would like for everyone to do one lap around our course on their bikes and quads. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to drop me a note, and I want to express my gratitude.
Hunter was an active member of the St. Brigid Catholic Church in Vine Grove, Kentucky and The Sons of the American Legion Post #113 in Elizabethtown, Kentucky. Both of these localities are located in Kentucky. In 2018, he graduated from North Hardin High School in Radcliff, which is located in the state of Kentucky. A few of the things that he enjoyed doing in his spare time were attending the University of Louisville, participating in the sport of soccer, and playing video games.