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The Hunter Dalton HDLife Foundation

The Hunter Dalton HDLife Foundation


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Hunter was born in Cornelius, North Carolina, on March 9,1993. Hunter’s zest for life was immediately apparent as was his love of sports. He played little league baseball, soccer, basketball and Pop Warner football. His athletic “claim to fame” was beating Steph Curry in a free throw competition at McKillop Basketball camp held at Davidson College. He played JV and varsity football at Hopewell High School. As he became older, his passion for sports shifted to a love of golf.  

Like so many young adults in today’s culture, Hunter used recreational drugs. For Hunter and his friends, that type of drug use was considered the norm and did not seem to impede their daily lives. Did Hunter’s use of recreational drugs propel him to a mindset of invincibility regarding drug use? We will never know the answer to that question. What we do know is Hunter decided to get high on a Monday evening after work not recognizing that he had crossed paths with the Serial Killer, Drop Dead Drug Fentanyl. The tragedy and travesty that took Hunter’s life shocked everybody! Nobody saw this coming!!!

Because Hunter loved life and cared about everyone he met, he would want his death to make a difference.

Hunter’s legacy is how he lived his life. His family and friends are committed to honoring that legacy through the Hunter Dalton #HDLife Foundation.


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