Quartermaster Sergeant Wilbert V. Hunter

Quartermaster Sergeant Wilbert V. Hunter

Maryland State Police, Maryland

End of Watch Friday, February 7, 1936

Wilbert V. Hunter

Quartermaster Sergeant Hunter died of exposure after falling through ice covering Tangier Sound. He was part of an expedition taking 2,000 pounds of food to stranded residents on Tangier Island during a blizzard.

Sergeant Hunter had served with the Maryland State Police for just under 8 years.

Bio

  • Age 30
  • Tour 8 years
  • Badge Not available

Incident Details

  • Cause Exposure

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I am proud to say this is my Grandfather. Sadly I never had the chance to meet him. He had fallen when my Mother was only 9 months old. Though I did not ever meet him I feel his pride. I love you though we never met, your Son and both Daughters all grew up to be great people and all were proud of you. Sadly all three have passed. My mother Edna your youngest child always had a picture of you in uniform always on her wall. She passed a year ago Sept 24, 2012. I hope you are all together in heaven and some day I will meet you.
Ellen Eggleston

Ellen Eggleston
Granddaughter

September 28, 2013

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