Betty Louise Hull
June 8, 1926 – November 7, 2018
Betty Lou Leipold Hull June 8, 1926-November 7, 2018
Betty Lou Leipold Hull was born in Moline, Illinois on June 8, 1926, the only child to Harry and Lillie Leipold. She attended Moline High School where she met Charles “Chuck” Hull. She went on to graduate from Augustana College. When Chuck enlisted in the U.S. Navy during WWII, Betty Lou waited at home and looked forward to his letters and those she wrote to Chuck. When he came home, she married her high school sweetheart on October 10, 1948. They made their home in Moline, Illinois where she worked for John Deere until they began their family. In 1957 they moved to Tempe, Arizona with their four children. After the kids began school, she became the secretary of the First United Methodist Church in Tempe where she worked for 26 years until her retirement. Betty Lou and Chuck enjoyed their grandchildren, great grandchildren and traveling. Betty Lou is survived by her four children and their families: Debbie & Bob Potts of Tempe, Diane & Edwin Grant of Scottsdale, Donna & Oren Wallace of Chandler, Don Hull and Sharon Allen of Chandler. She is also survived by her 10 precious grandchildren: Jennifer, Celeste, Dan (Erin), Amy (Rob), Allison, Eddie (Jen), Jeff (Natalie), Nathan, Becky (Brian), Debbie (Abe) and 19 great grandchildren and many dear friends. Betty Lou went to be with the Lord on November 7, 2018. She was looking forward to reuniting with Chuck and her parents. She loved us all, we all loved her and she will be greatly missed.
A Memorial Service will be held on Friday November 16, 2018 at 11:00 AM at Mountain View Lutheran Church 11002 S 48th St. Phoenix, Arizona 85044. A luncheon/reception will immediately follow the Memorial Service in the fellowship hall.
- Memorial Service Friday, November 16, 2018
Betty Louise Hull
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November 25, 2018
I’ll miss my birthday girl. Sharing a birthday with someone is special. Even though we didn’t talk every birthday I always thought of her. She and chuck were such big influences on my life and those memories will always remain. She taught me that enjoying life was in the little things like family, hawley lake, smores, ice tea, red hot jello, a wooden spoon, keeping a very clean house and raising four of the greatest cousins I know. I’ll miss her and think of her every 8th of June as time goes by. Thanks for everything you did for me love Chas
November 10, 2018
to the best Mom ever, so lucky to have you as a Mother. May you rest in peace, P.S., tell Dad hello for us!