Cancer is limited.
It cannot cripple love. It cannot shatter hope.
It cannot corrode faith. It cannot silence courage.


The essence of Kory was selfless giving. He volunteered every chance he could. He felt a strong need to give back to the community and to help others less fortunate. He helped build homes in Mexico, volunteered at his local church in feeding the homeless, and served on the PTA Board at the local elementary school.



In 2013, even during treatment, he served as a representative to the local school foundation, and helped set up a camp and raise funds for children with medical needs. And finally, when his health precluded him from continuing at work, Kory called his church to see what volunteer work he could do from home.



Kory never complained about his illness and continued to keep a selfless attitude, always caring about the well being of others. His largest frustration was losing his independence, and his biggest regret was saying goodbye to his adoring wife and three young children.



Kory is survived by his spouse, Rory, his children, Ethan, Dylan and Kailey, his parents, Jim and Joanne Hunter, his mother and father-in-law, Judy and Mike Morrison, his sister and brother-in-law, Mandy and Heath Gregory, and his brother-in-law and sister-in-law, Riley and Kelli Morrison. The 8 circles in the UKF logo symbolize his children, nephews and niece who consumed such a large part of his heart.

Uncle Kory history