OBITUARY

Billy Charles Stull

February 7, 1939February 20, 2020
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Billy Charles Stull Born: February 07, 1939 in Fryson, Louisiana to Effie Neal Douglas-Allen (mother) & Howard Stull (Father). Was Married to Faye Hunter in 1962. Together, they have one child, Kathleen “Tina” Stull Billy was the oldest of 6 maternal children… was proceeded in death by his Brother Eddie L. Wilson (Oakland, CA) Sister Lee Ann Allen-Toussant (Dallas, TX) & Sister Betty Lucile Allen-Johnson (Kilgore. TX). Leaving behind his Brother Robert Allen (Redondo Beach, CA) & Sister Dorris Allen- Baker-Kenney (Kilgore. TX). He also leaves behind (aka Brothers) Ernest Williams (Kilgore, TX & Carl Williams (Anaheim, CA). Billy has two paternal sisters, Evelyn & Pam of Huston, TX. Billy was baptized at an early age at Mount Calvary Missionary Baptist Church in Kilgore, TX. As a youth he was active in the Church, Sunday School & the Youth Choir. He attended Post Oak Elementary & North Chapel High School in Kilgore, TX. In High School He played Trombone in the School Band & Sang in the School Choir. After graduation from High School, Billy attended Bishop College in Marshall, TX, he joined the US Army in 1961, and was Honorably Discharged in 1965. Billy worked & retired from the San Francisco Municipal Railway with 35 years of Service. Doing his tenure, he received numinous service awards that included, Driver of the Month, Excellent Driving Record, Accident Free Driving Award, to name a few. Billy & Faye moved to Roseville from Palo Alto, CA. He was an avid golfer & was an active member in his golf club, Bowling Club & the Democrat Club.

A memorial service for Billy will be held Tuesday, March 17, 2020, 12:00 PM at Mount Vernon Memorial Park, 8201 Greenback Ln, Fair Oaks, CA 95628. A committal service will occur Tuesday, March 17, 2020 at 1:00 PM, Mount Vernon's Hall of Remembrance. A reception will occur Tuesday, March 17, 2020 immediately following the service in Mount Vernon's main bldg., 2nd floor.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.MountVernonMemorial.com for the Stull family.

Arrangements made under the care of Mount Vernon Memorial Park & Mortuary.

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Services

  • Memorial Service

    Tuesday, March 17, 2020

  • Committal Service

    Tuesday, March 17, 2020

  • Reception

    Tuesday, March 17, 2020

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Evelyn Stull-Armour

March 26, 2020

Billy, my big brother, I will miss you. I am so glad that you came down here last spring and we had an opportunity to spend time together. I am thankful that you called and we were able to say our goodbyes. I am comforted in the knowledge that you said you were okay with the prognosis and it was now between you and God. Rest In Peace my dear brother: I love you

Carroll Morris

March 20, 2020

Billy will be fondly missed for his sense of humor and good nature. I always enjoyed visiting Faye and Billy for they always made me feel at home. Rest in peace.

Carla Layton

March 17, 2020

Billy and Faye are clients of mine. I am honored to have been a part of his life and that he trusted me enough to call me when he needed help. My fondest memory of Billy was when he talked to me about golf. He just loved golf. He loved everything about it.

He also loved to eat good food and loved to go out for a nice meal. He loved his sports and loved watching them, especially the 49ers. I loved his sense of humor and his zest for life when he would talk about something that he was passionate about. Billy will always be missed and will be in our hearts forever.

Faye—I will happily keep Billy’s promise to help you as much as I can. I thank God that I am able to do that. My deepest sympathies and condolences go out to you and your family.

Archie CHESTER Stull

March 17, 2020

Always had great times at the Rams & 49'ers games. Love you Cuz!

Rest In Peace - from: Archie CHESTER-

Joseph Stull

March 16, 2020

To the Billy C. Stull Immediate Family,

We truly regret the loss of Billy; He wasn't only our first cousin, but also a dear friend. Eventhough we didn't see him and you all often, when we did it was always memorable and great fun; My wife Clara and son Michael will always remember our visit to the San Franscisco area and subsequent visit to Reno Nevada. We had a wonderful time and a wonderful visit.
We have lost a "Great Man" and a "Great Family member". You have our heartfelt sympathy and love. Sorry I could-not make the funeral/memorial events, but I suffered a serious knee injury and couldn't fly, drive or walk, therefore I had to cancel all reservations. Love you and will stay in touch. Joseph Stull and Family in Olney, Maryland

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