Obituary – Hull, Hazel Gertrude (Wright)

Class of 1920

Hazel Gertrude (Wright) Hull

May 31, 1902 – August 28, 1974

Hazel Hull, 72, died on August 28, 1974, at Willow Creek, California.

Born May 31, 1902, at Sand Creek, Oklahoma, she was the daughter of Charles C. and Alice Wright. She graduated from Perry High School in 1920 and attended Oklahoma A. & M. for two years.

Following her education, she taught the primary grades for two years at Sumner.

On May 2, 1924, she and Everett R. Hull were married in Sapulpa, Oklahoma. They met as students at Oklahoma A. & M. and after their marriage made their home in Sand Springs, Oklahoma, where Everett worked as an architect for a lumber company.

In 1929 the Hulls moved to Eureka, California, and the following year to Ferndale where Everett worked for Pacific Gas and Electric.

Mrs. Hull was a 44-year member of the Ferndale Order of Eastern Star. She served 30 years as an officer and three times as Worthy Matron. She served one year as deputy grand matron of district one and three years as grand representative to Oklahoma from the grand chapter, state of California. She was also a member of the Ferndale Village Club.

Survivors include her husband, Everett; two sons, Richard, of Eureka, and Robert, of Walnut Creek, California; and one daughter, Mary Albonico, Willow Creek, California.

She is buried at the Ferndale Cemetery in Ferndale, California.