Randy Lee Hunter Sr, 57, passed away peacefully Monday, January 9th, 2023. He was the son of Alice Ray and Willie Hunter. Born September 16th, 1965 in Cullman, Alabama, Randy was a graduate of Fort Pierce Westwood High School, Class of 1983. He also held a Bachelor’s Degree in Behavioral Science from Barry University. Randy proudly served his country in the United States Army as a 19 Delta, Reconnaissance Cavalry Air Assault Trooper from 1983-1989. After leaving the military, Randy got connected and worked his way up to the Professional Wrestling scene with the International Wrestling Federation (formally known as the WWF) wrestling on the national and international level working with many well known wrestlers, holding the tag team title with his partner Randy Fuller as the Dynamite Express. Randy went on to join his local church where he gave his life to Christ and ultimately became involved in the ministry as a Youth Pastor. Randy was also the Football Team Chaplain for the Saint Lucie West Centennial High School Eagles and was also involved in coaching youth sports locally for many years. In 2007, Randy was diagnosed with Leukemia and underwent a hard fought battle of chemotherapy and radiation therapy. Through many tough years of treatment and undergoing a Bone Marrow Transplant, in which his sister Angie was a match, Randy’s cancer went in remission. Randy lived through a lot of the side effects from the chemotherapy and radiation but he didn’t let that stop him from living his life, enjoying family time, coaching Centennial High School and CCW wrestling.
Randy is survived by his sister, Angie Allen of Houston, Texas, sister Christina Fisk of Murfreesboro, Tennessee. his son’s Randy Hunter Jr and his Wife Jenna Hunter of Port Saint Lucie, Florida, and Jesse Hunter and his wife Jessica Hunter of Easley, South Carolina, his daughters, Janina Hunter of Miami, Florida, Briana Hunter of Port Saint Lucie, Florida, and Mariah Hunter of Port Saint Luce, Florida, Uncle Danny and Aunt Lucinda Ray of Cullman, Alabama, Aunt Gina Musick, of Vero Beach, Florida, Grandchildren Sailor, Mila, Braxton, Emily, Hailey, and Evan, and nephews Jason McDonald and Carl Lennen Jr. of Houston, Texas.
A memorial service will take place on Monday, January 23, 2023 at 10:00am, at Haisley Funeral Home, located at 3015 Okeechobee Road, Fort Pierce, Florida. A gravesite burial service will follow at the South Florida National Cemetery in Lake Worth, Florida at 2:00pm.