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George Hull

Nov 22nd 1939 — Aug 4th 2023 (83 years)


George Henry Hull, in his 83rd year, formerly of Beaver Bank, Nova Scotia, passed away peacefully on August 4, 2023 in Regina, Saskatchewan. He is survived by his loving wife of 62 years Joyce; son Rodney Hull (Colleen); daughter Kimberley Munroe (Shawn); grandchildren Craig Munroe (Kirsten), Colin Munroe (Kalita Block) and Caileigh Hull (Matthew Dexter); great-grandchildren Camron, Nyle, Bryden, Maren, and Cade; and sister Fern Battyanyi. He was predeceased by his parents William and Hazel (Fisher) Hull, infant brother and brother Kendrick (Lou) Hull Sr.

It is with heavy hearts and boundless love that we commemorate the life and legacy of George Henry Hull, a beloved soul who departed from this world on August 4, 2023. He was a remarkable individual who touched the lives of so many. George, a devoted son, brother, husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, and friend, will be forever treasured for the immense love and joy he shared with all who knew him.

George was born in Lanesville, NS and later grew up in Bedford, NS. Together with Joyce they made their home in Beaver Bank, NS. George’s final years were spent in Regina, SK. George's passion for music began at an early age. He possessed a remarkable talent for playing the piano, organ, and accordion delighting audiences with his melodies. As a dedicated musician, George lent his musical skills to countless bands, playing the church organ and bringing endless delight to those who had the pleasure of experiencing his performances. His passion for entertaining knew no bounds, and his music echoed through the hearts of all who had the privilege of hearing it.

In addition to his musical endeavors, George exemplified the true spirit of a hero as a dedicated volunteer firefighter. With over 50 years of selfless service, including a tenure as Fire Chief and later as Treasurer and advisor, he displayed unwavering bravery in the face of adversity. His commitment to protecting and serving the community was nothing short of extraordinary, leaving an indelible mark on all those whose lives he saved and protected.

George found immense joy in the simple pleasures of life. He loved maintaining his yard, and always had to have a clean car. He found solace and joy tending to his Christmas trees and raising chickens. The beauty and serenity of his Christmas tree farm brought joy to the hearts of many as they embarked on their annual quest for the perfect tree. Raising chickens was a testament to his nurturing and caring nature, the same qualities he bestowed upon his loved ones and friends.

George possessed an unmatched love for humanity and thrived on the connections he fostered throughout his life. He had a profound gift for working with people, and his career in sales allowed him to forge lasting relationships based on trust and understanding. His impeccable ability to make others feel seen and cared for brought comfort and solace to those around him.

Above all, George was a loving and devoted family man. His marriage to his beloved wife, Joyce, spanned an extraordinary 62 years, and their bond was a testament to the power of love and commitment. Their love was a shining example to all who knew them, inspiring generations to come. George treasured every moment spent with his son Rodney and daughter Kimberley. They were blessed to call him their father as he filled their lives with laughter, guidance, and unwavering love. His grandchildren Craig, Colin, and Caileigh will forever be grateful for the love, support, wise council and unwavering presence “Papa” graced their life with. Great-grandchildren Camron, Nyle, Bryden, Maren, and Cade will forever be grateful for Papa’s love. His memories will live on in their hearts.

In the midst of our grief, let us celebrate the life of this incredible man who left an indelible mark on our hearts. May we find solace in the memories we shared with George, and may his spirit guide us to love fiercely, embrace our passions, and cherish our loved ones with the same passion he bestowed upon us.
Rest in eternal peace, George Henry Hull, knowing that your legacy of love and compassion will forever live on in our hearts.

A special thank you to all the staff at Harbour Landing Village especially those who worked on the second floor. The love, care, and compassion you gave to George will never be forgotten.

Internment will take place at a later date in Beaver Bank, NS. If friends so desire, donations in George’s memory can be made to the Alzheimer Society of Canada or the Beaver Bank - Kinsac Fire Association in Beaver Bank, NS.


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