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Grady Hull was born September 9, 1933, in a small community of Rayle, Georgia, to Anna (Annie) Walton and Grady Hull, Sr., both deceased. He was preceded in death by six brothers: James, Willie, Samuel, Charlie, Joe and Daniel Cardwell.
Grady graduated from Conley High School in Mullins, West Virginia; Hampton University, Hampton, Virginia; and Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana, where he was involved in many sports. He served honorably in the US Armed Services for three years. He retired as a teacher and counselor from Fort Wayne Community Schools.
Grady was a faithful member of Union Baptist Church and served as member of the Deacon Board, Finance Committee, and as a Sunday school teacher. His favorite Scripture was Psalm 23, verse 6: “Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life: and I will dwell in the house of the Lord for ever.”
Left to cherish loving memories are his devoted wife Annie Jones-Hull; three daughters, Susanne Jones, Merisa and Rosemarie Jones-Hull; one brother, Hosea Cardwell, and one sister, Joyce Thompson, both of Lynchburg, Virginia; two brothers-in-law and seven sisters-in-law; many nieces, nephews, cousins, others relatives and friends.
Deacon Grady Hull will be laid to rest in Concordia Lutheran Gardens