Donald Wayne Hull

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  • "Dear Judy, Lauren, and family also Linda Hull Swanson and..."
    - Judy Brown
  • "Don was always ready to lend an intelligent air to many..."
    - Dorian Heroman, PE
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    - Joe & Sue Vallot
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    - Glenn & Ginny LeBlanc
  • "My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief...."
    - Gina Sledge
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Donald Wayne Hull, 50, was born Dec. 14, 1960, in New Orleans, and died Wednesday, Dec. 15, 2010, at Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center. An electrical engineer at Dow Chemical for 27 years, he was a global technology manager with Dow. He was the bass player for the 484 South Band and had previously played with Unfinished Business and One Night Only. He was a private pilot and a member of the EAA where he was a Young Eagles Flight Leader. He was a Freemason and a member of Fairfield Lodge where he had served as lodge master. A graduate of Opelousas High School, he also received a master of electrical engineering from LSU and became a licensed professional engineer. Survived by his wife of 24 years, Judy Carraway Hull; daughter, Lauren Alysse Hull; sister, Linda Hull Swanson; and brothers, Frank L. Hull III and Kevin J. Hull and their spouses. He is also survived by seven nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by his parents, Frank Lambert Hull Jr. and Dixie Belle Lott Hull; and a brother, Kenneth John Hull Sr. Pallbearers will be Steve Smith, John Williams, John Wilbert III, Robert Hollier, James Lanclos and Keith Schultz. Honorary pallbearers are Harry Franatovich, David Johnson, Jim Oakes, Twain Pigott, Brady Bagwell and Phil Cangelosi. Visitation at Resthaven Funeral Home, 11817 Jefferson Highway, on Saturday, Dec. 18, from 10 a.m. until service at 12:30 p.m., conducted by the Rev. Carl Sullivan. Interment in Resthaven Gardens of Memory. Please visit the online guestbook at
Published in from Dec. 17 to Dec. 18, 2010