Norman Budd Hulse

June 25, 1942October 24, 2018
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Hulse, Norman Budd - 76, passed away on October 24th 2018 in Margate, FL. He is survived by his wife Pamela, his son Randy (Katreena), his brothers Charles (Patty) Hulse and William Hulse, and grandchildren Camden and Landon. A Celebration of Life Gathering will take place on Sunday October 28th 2018 from 10 am to 1 pm. Kraeer Funeral Home and Cremation Center 1 North State Road 7, Margate FL 33063


  • Celebration of Life Gathering Sunday, October 28, 2018
  • Celebration of Life Service Sunday, October 28, 2018

Norman Budd Hulse

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Jim Pullen

November 4, 2018

Dear Pam and Randy, I just received the news of Bud's passing today (11/4/2018) and was shocked. I couldn't believe it. Bud was a very fine man, a wonderful teacher, a passionate coach and a mentor to many. Most of all, he was a devoted husband, father and grand dad. It was a pleasure to work with him at CSHS as he was a true professional who loved the kids and truly cared. 'The mirror of his life reflects the goodness of his soul". God Bless Bud, Pam,Randy and all his family. He completed his mission well and made the world a much better place.

Kay Carnes

October 29, 2018

Dear Pam, Randy, and Family,
I am so thankful that Lisa posted Budd’s obituary on Facebook so I could re-connect with you. Watching the memorial video it is obvious that Budd’s greatest joy in retirement was his family and especially the impact he wanted to have on his grandsons just like he did with his students so many years. I was blessed to have a relationship with all of you during my time at CSHS. May God bless you during this difficult time.
Kay Carnes

Steve Lorenc

October 27, 2018

Dear Randy & family,
I am so sorry for the loss of your father. Your dad's friendship was something I truly cherished. The past 30+ years of coaching against you and your dad was very special to me. He was someone I looked up to in the sport, by the way he always carried himself with grace and class. I aspired to be like him, not only on the field, but in life in general. My heartfelt thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family. He was a fantastic man and I know I will miss seeing him on the sidelines. God Bless.

Bob Palumbo

October 27, 2018

Dear Pam and family Marie and I are devastated and heartbroken.Budd was a great guy. We will miss him.

Bill Marts

October 26, 2018

The Hulses and the Marts' have been neighbors and close friends for more than 40 years. Randy, Kimi, and Sean have been as close as brothers and sisters for all that time. Early in Bud's coaching career, I finally talked Bud into taking a high school soccer job at Coral Springs. He would ask me questions about practice and team organization and when the Colts played against my team the Trojans he beat us 6-0. He crushed us. Humbled my butt.

Carolyn and Vincent Cautero

October 26, 2018

Dear Pam and Randy,
We were so sorry to hear of Bud's passing. You were so blessed to have each other for such a long time even though it is never long enough. We will keep you in our prayers and wish we lived close enough to attend his services. He was such a great example of what a husband, dad, and teacher should be.
Carolyn and Vincent Cautero

Carol Morris

October 26, 2018

Dear Pam and Randy,

I am so sorry to learn about your loss. He was a wonderful colleague, teacher, and coach and I know he will be missed.

Fondly, Carol Morris

Ron Clodfelter

October 26, 2018

My thoughts and prayers go out to the entire Hulse family. During my time at Coral Springs High School, I had the opportunity to work with Budd as well as Pam and Randy. Budd was a wonderful teacher, coach and person. He was very dependable and a credit to the teaching profession. Pam and Randy, my prayers are with you and I can assure you that Budd left his mark on all of the students who were fortunate to have him as a teacher or coach .

Regina Banks

October 26, 2018

I remember working with Budd when I taught at CSHS for 10 years. I also worked with his son Randy as well. My deepest condolences to the family. I will keep you all in my prayers.

Judy Cagot Chisholm

October 25, 2018

I fondly remember Bud as a man of few words; regardless , his presence was always felt. He always had that smirk on his face like he knew something I didn’t. He was one of those special people who said a lot in a few words. When I worked at Springs, he was always so kind to me. Always the gentle man. My deepest condolences to Pam and Randy. Your husband and father was dearly loved and will be sorely missed. My deepest sympathy