Kristal was born September 27,1976 to Johanna and Ronald Hunt Sr. Kristal was the oldest of her three siblings Ronald Hunt Jr, Rustin Hunt, and Samantha Hunt.
Kristal attended school at Four Winds and later attended school in Minneapolis, MN (her middle school years) later returning to Four Winds (her High School years). She met her Sweet Heart Chad Keo Sr. and they would always meet up at “The Club” after school. During her High School years Kristal, her friends, and Cousins made a dance team and would dance at half time for the boys’ basketball games.
After years of dating Kristal and Chad welcomed their first child into the world Brandy. Later Brandon, Chad Jr., and Maddison would complete their family.
Kristal loved kids especially when they were babies. Kristal was adored by her nieces and nephews. She was always joking around with them, and she was like a mom to all her nieces and nephews when they were born. She loved to bathe them, dress them up, and fix their hair.
When Brandy welcomed Kristal’s first granddaughter into the world, Aleeha Whiteshield, Kristal was happy to have another baby in her life to help take care of and spoil. Brandy and Maddy both brought four more grandchildren into Kristal’s life, Alvin Jr., Laila Moon, Nicole, and Addison.
Kristal was best known for being funny, brave, stylish, and beautiful. She did a lot of crazy things that her friends and cousin would ask her to do. Whenever you saw her, you couldn’t help but smile because you would remember something crazy, she said or did or what she might say or do. Kristal also played softball with her mother, sister, and younger cousins. She was a pitcher and first baseman. A knee injury would prevent her from continuing to play. She still attended games and watched. She loved listening to music and one of her favorite songs were “Girls Just Want to Have Fun” by Cindi Lopper. She played it so much that even her grandkids knew her favorite song. She also enjoyed, R.E.O, Speed Wagon, and various 80’s Rock bands. All the younger girls admired her cool Do’s and make-up.
Kristal was very close with all her cousins. In her later years Kristal loved keeping busy, home decorating, raising kids, visiting friends online and just being her silly self. Everyone envied her style, personality, and the way she kept her home. Every woman on Spirit Lake that knew Kristal would go see the latest clothes, jewelry, or home décor. She would sell or trade home décor and that’s why she had the nicest things of all.
Kristal created a lot of great memories for her loved ones which is why she will be greatly missed and forever loved for those memories that will live on in our hearts.
Survived by: mother Johanna Hunt and the late Ronald Hunt Sr.; sisters Samantha Hunt and Marrissa Posey; brothers Rustin (Tristan) Hunt, Ronald Jr. (Julie) Hunt, Brandon Posey, Curtis Posey, Cole Posey, Clint Posey, Bronson Posey and Curtis Posey Jr.; four loving children Brandy Robertson, Brandon Robertson, Chad Keo Jr., Maddison Keo; grandchildren Aleeha Whiteshield, AlvinJr. Whiteshield, Layla Whiteshield, Nicole Robertson, and Addison Cavanaugh; loving uncles and aunts Tom (Lori) Robertson, Jeremiah (Nancy) Robertson, Mark and the late Martina Robertson, David (Patricia) Robertson, James Robertson, Paul Robertson, Daniel Rainbow, Beverly Rainbow, Lauren Matrious and Delreen Robertson; special niece Trinity Hunt; grandmother, Helena Littleghost.
Preceded by her father, Ronald Hunt Sr., grandmothers, Inez (Elaine) Robertson, Elizabeth Littleghost, Pauline Greywater, friend, Delia “Dee” Whiteman, niece: Beatrice Hunt, uncles, Kim Robertson and Samuel Robertson.
Celebration of Life
Dakota Baptist Church, Fort Totten, ND
Thursday May 5, 2022 beginning at 5PM The procession to Fort Totten will leave at 4:30 p.m. from City Plaza in Devils Lake.
Dakota Baptist Church Friday May 6, 2022 at 10AM
Officiating; Pastor Paul Young
All Drummers and singers are welcomed to come share a song.
Pallbearers: Jarin “Sky” Robertson, Jason “Ace” Robertson, Dwight Hunt, Pernell Jackson Jr., Jaztin Hunt, Patrick Charboneau, Isaac Hunt and Daniel Rainbow.
Honorary Pallbearers: Mrs. Charlotte Erickson and all her friends and family. We apologize there are too many to name and we wouldn’t want to leave anyone out. Thank you for your understanding at this time.