Zionsville Times Sentinel


March 23, 2013

Howard J. Hull Jr.

Howard John Hull Jr., 60, died peacefully of heart disease on March 20, 2013.

He is survived by his wife of 40 years Lisa, daughter Emily, son in law Jason, brother Gerald (Pam), nephews (Tim, Alec, Trevor) and nieces (Cindi, Ashton, Shea). He was thankful to be adopted into Jason’s and Lisa’s families, enjoying his time with them all.

He was given the gift of an extra 22 years of life thanks to a bone marrow donation by Trey Caldwell, a man he’d never met. His family is so grateful for Trey’s gift and hopes all readers will consider being a donor.

Following his cremation, his memorial mass will be at 10 a.m. March 27, at St. Joseph Church in Mishawaka.

In lieu of contributions or memorials, Howard requested that those who knew him would take their family to Howard’s favorite restaurant, and enjoy everyone’s company; remembering that life is shorter than you think.

Howard’s family knows that many like to donate and the places he volunteered for were Methodist/IU Hospital Chaplaincy ATT: Father Nyong, American Red Cross, and Ronald McDonald House.

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