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Timothy Lee Hull, 66 of Independence, Mo passed away July 2, 2021. Celebration of life will be held at Independence Masonic Lodge No.76 at 120 S. Pleasant St. Independence, Mo 64050 on July 25, 2021, at 1pm. Graveside services will be at Mt. Washington Cemetery on July 31, 2021 at 11am. Flowers can be sent in care of Kristine Hull 1804 N. Howard Dr. Independence, Mo 64050.
Timothy Lee Hull (12/19/1954 to 07/02/2021).
We come together to celebrate the life of Timothy Lee Hull (Tim). Tim was a loving father and grandfather cherishing every moment he had with his children. Tim in his younger years was a skillful bowler and competed at the highest level of the local bowling leagues, while honing his skill at Maywood Bowl. Tim was equally skillful mechanically. He enjoyed working on engines and helping get vehicles up and running. He would always help anyone he knew repair a vehicle, it was a passion of his. Tim’s kind and gentle nature was reflected in his engaging laugh and endearing smile. His time with his loved ones was a time well lived. Though illness limited his mobility in his later years it never limited the bright light of love he was able to share with his family to the end. That light shines in his family of his wife, Jane, children, Kristine, Sara, and Tim, Stepdaughter Mary Anne and grandchildren, Dominick, Robert, Vito, Antonina, Shelby, Rhiannon, Riley, Lydia, Drew, and Sean. He leaves behind his beloved family, sisters, Del Mills, Janis Hull and Elizabeth Carpenter, brothers, Michael Hull, and Chris Hull and countless friends. For those of us left behind we weep for a moment, but only for a moment, we remember the words of the Lord, “Come unto me, all ye that labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you, and learn of me; for I am meek and lowly in heart: and ye shall find rest unto your souls.” Matthew 28:29. Tim gets his rest and reward now with his beloved parents and his brother Vince in the kingdom of heaven where God has promised His eternal love will ever watch over him. Our tears of sorrow will soon be replaced with tears of joy as we reflect back fondly of Tim and his kindness to all, his sense of humor and love of his family, knowing he will be there waiting for each of us with open arms when we too find our way to heaven. Tim really is still with each of us here, because Helen Keller reminds us “What we once enjoyed and deeply loved we can never lose, for all that we love deeply becomes a part of us.” God speed Tim, till we meet again!