February 18, 1966 – July 26, 2020
On Sunday July 26, 2020 Neal Edward Stull was given his wings to enter the pearly gates of Heaven.
Neal was born February 18, 1966 in Montgomery County, Maryland. He left this earth, in Stafford County, Virginia. Everywhere Neal traveled and all the people he met, he left his mark.
His survivors include his Mother, Norma Rose Poole; his wife Deborah Stull; his brothers, Michael Stull, Kelly Stull (Della); his twin sister, Nancy Stewart (Brian); his stepbrother, Bob Poole; his stepsister, Dena Poole; his mother-in-law, Linda Garwood; his brother-in-law, Ralph Burgess Jr; and his step daughter, Crystal Pravlik.
Neal also leaves behind several niece and nephews. He was loved by many people and has left behind lots of friends he made along the way.
He will surely be missed by many.
He is proceeded in his death by his father, James Edward Stull and his Stepfather Wilson Poole.
Neal worked as a heavy equipment operator with multiple companies throughout his life. He had a true green thumb and spent a lot of his free time in his garden. Neal was an avid fisherman and outdoors man.
Please join us at the Lake Arrowhead Beach on Saturday August 15, 2020 at 3pm to celebrate the life of Neal Edward Stull. Please bring a dish to share.
In lieu flowers, donations may be made in honor of Neal to the Rock Hill Church or Rock Hill Fire Department.
The family has a page on Mullins & Thompson website, welcome to any condolences or the sharing of memories and photos. www.Mullinsthompsonstafford.com
Celebration of Life
Lake Arrowhead Beach
August 4, 2020
Our thoughts and prayers go out to Neal ‘s family.
I meet Neal (aka: Moose, Moose Twit, the Great Pumpkin) and his family in the late 70’s Neal & Nancy rode my school bus for years. Like most of the kids he gave me a fit. He loved his beer, hunting, fishing, blue grass music, gardening, hunting mushrooms, and at one time he was in to old bay seasoning he would put it on everything, one Halloween he painted his belly orange and told my granddaughter he was the great pumpkin he had a orange belly for several weeks until it wore off. He loved to decorate for Christmas. He was a kind hearted person and would help anyone all you had to do was ask him. You will be missed Rest In Peace Neal.
Big Moma & Big Daddy.
Linda and Marvin Michael
August 2, 2020
The loss is so profound when it’s someone you know! Our condolences to you Debbie and family. Will miss his texts and phone calls he never forgot us when we moved. He was always asking Marvin questions about his garden which he never needed the advice cause to us he had a green thumb!! Keeping you and family in our prayers. Love Linda and Marvin
August 1, 2020
My sincere condolences to you Debbie and the entire family. I will always remember Neal as one of the good people taken way too soon. May you RIP Neal Stull.
July 31, 2020
Norma and Family, My deepest condolences to you and the family. Neal was a unique friend from the time we all moved into Lake Arrowhead in the 1970’s. We were the same age, went to school together, grew up together and got into trouble together. Oh, the memories…He had many nicknames growing up. The one that mostly stood out was “Moose” and “Moose Twit”. We remained friends through-out the years. As we got older, he started to get into gardening. He became a true gardener. He was so proud of his accomplishments and would bring them by for all of us to see. One year, he grew some big pumpkins, he began calling himself the “Great Pumpkin of Love.” He loved bluegrass. He went with us to a family get together and couldn’t believe that my husband was related to the man that ran “Mr. B’s Bluegrass Park” He wanted to go with us all the time after that. He loved the outdoors whether he was fishing, pulling weeds, hanging Christmas lights or just sitting outside having a cold one. He left his mark everywhere he went. He truly was one of a kind and will deeply be missed. Rest easy my friend, until we meet again.
July 30, 2020
I met Neal 13 years ago. He gave me a bag of the best peaches I had ever had. From there we had a friendship that just clicked. I will miss Neal and all his crazy text and phone calls. He had a carry heart and just loved everyone. Joe and myself will have and keep Debbie and the family in thoughts and prayers!! Rest easy my friend until we meet again just know that we all love you and you will be missed!!!!
July 30, 2020
Norma and family, I am so very sorry for your loss. I am sending you much love, hugs and prayers. I know this is a tremendous loss. Neal was a kind and gentle man and will be very much missed by many. Much love, Sandy
July 30, 2020
Uncle Neal was an awesome guy. I love him very much. My favorite memory is when he taught me how to fish and made me kiss them when I caught them. He is the best<3
July 30, 2020
I will always love the times we shared together. Some of my favorite were when we went fishing and swimming at Curtis park pool. He loved being in the mountains and those drives up in the Blue Ridge mountains I will never forget. Neal could plant a garden and make the magic happen. We were taught by the best from our dad, mom and grandpa. But most of all I will miss my twin brother and hearing his voice on the other end of the phone. You will be missed every single day. I love you so very much ❤
July 29, 2020
I want to say how very sorry I am to Neal's family , seeing this has made it very real to me my heart is broken, you were a wonderful friend , and always there when I needed to talk or get your version of advise ( LOL) there will never be another you . I love you and I miss you terribly, I hope you are catching up with friends and family letting them know all the crazy goin on here . I hope when my time come you'll be there to meet me with a big hug , a ice cold Bud light , fishing poles , our favorite fishing peeps, and a great place to drop our lines and reminisce . You will ALWAYS be tucked safely in my heart my friend . LOVE ALWAYS my Angel 😇😘❤💔❤😭👼