Wendy Hunte has an Associates of Psychology and 12 years of child care experience. She is kind hearted, positive, and her faith runs deep for Christ. She is known for developing children in a nurturing environment and believes in building a strong foundation for lifelong love of learning. She and her family are members of our congregation and she has served as a Sunday School teacher prior to her position. She is active in volunteerism through Herbalife CASA programs, Wilkinson Center of Dallas Food Pantry, and New Beginning Center as well as Hopes Door. Wendy resides in Allen with her husband, Alastair, and three children, Austin, Aleck and Rylee.
Favorite Scripture: “May you be strengthened with all power, according to his glorious might, for all endurance and patience with joy, giving thanks to the Father, who has qualified you to share in the inheritance of the saints in light.” Colossians 1:11-12
Words to Live By: Live simply. Be grateful. Dream big. Give love. Laugh lots.
Family members: My husband, Alastair, and three children, Austin, Aleck, and Rylee, along with our two cats, Jagger and Walt.
Hobbies & Interests: Spending time with my family, boxing fanatic (I’m an avid kickboxer and boxer), crafts, organizing, decorating and designing.
What do people not know about you? I grew up always wanting to drive Nascar. My nickname is Nascar. My husband proposed to me at the Texas Motor Speedway and created our very own website (www.justforwendy.com).
Who has inspired you the most in your life and why? My grandfather, Curtis. He was a master gardener, a Tetris guru and he taught me so much about being grateful and loving. He also made the best lemon iced tea ever!
Favorite Children’s Book: “The Kissing Hand” By: Audrey Penn
Favorite Movie: “Hope Floats” and “Sweet Home Alabama”… I mean, how can you only pick one?
Favorite Television Shows: “This is Us”, “Parenthood”, and “Grey’s Anatomy”
Dream Vacation: Laying in a hammock across the crystal clear water of the Maldives while breathing in the salty, crisp air.
First Car: A maroon and grey 1986 Chevy pickup with maroon interior.