HULL, Charles R. Age 66. Preceded in death by his parents Seymour and Evelyn and his brothers James and Kenneth. Beloved brother of Janet Preisel (Frederick). Dear uncle of Colleen Tyburski (John), Karin, and Scott. Chucky loved people and had a big smile for everyone. He was a paperboy for 45 years and an usher for 20 years. Mass of Christian Burial Tues. April 20 11:30am at St. Thomas More. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. Visitation Mon. 4-8 at Zabor Funeral Home 5680 Pearl Rd. Parma 44129.
Messages of Condolence
Uncle Chucky was blessed with a childlike spirit and sense of wonder that would last with him throughout his entire life. Unlike most of us who are forced to leave our childhood behind as we become adults and deal with the challenges of our day to day lives, Chucky was able to hold on to his forever. Despite the fact that Chucky’s life was certainly not without challenges, you could always count on him to be helpful, caring and happy to see you.
He was a dedicated, hard worker who cheerfully delivered the Plain Dealer to hundreds of customers in his neighborhood for years and years. He took his job very seriously and was commited to delivering the daily news without fail.
He was a dog lover and throughout his life, he and his family rescued and cared for many homeless pups who had been living in shelters or who otherwise needed a good home.
He always had great respect for firefighters and police officers.
Ultimately he was a selfless caregiver. He watched over his mother, his brother, his sister, and his nieces and nephew with great concern. He was extremely proud of his family and near or far, he always kept up on all the latest news about them.
He loved celebrating the holidays and always looked forward to get togethers with his extended family. In death, he will be reunited with so many members of his family that he dearly loved including his mother and father, his two brothers, his aunts and uncles, Frisky, Rags, Chico, Brutus, Benji, and Bandit.
Our entire family has such fond memories of Chucky and we will all miss him dearly.
I used to work for Brooklyn Heating and Mrs. Hull was a long time customer of mine. She worked a a local donutshop but I don’t remember which one. My wife and mother in law owned the Flower basket on Memphis across from the Glen resturant and remember seeing Charles in the neighborhood many times waving to people driving by as he walked down the street. Charles loved everyone.
Mrs. Hull was an angel with more to bare then anyone deserves.
But she always had a smile.
Ron & Paula Jech
I have known Chucky for many years and he was such a loving and wonderful person. He always had a smile for everyone and he loved to help people.Chucky has been missing his brothers and mother for a long time now so I feel he is finally at peace being home. I will always have very fpnd memories of Chucky that I will cherish always.
Chucky will be missed by many.
Chucky always had that smile on this face when we were around. I was 6 years younger than hiim, but that didn’t matter. He was always so happy to teach me what he knew….the trains in his basement were the best!!! And the bowling machine. He told us about how he delivered newspapers……..
Chucky was the best greeter in the world….he always knew everyone’s name and with a big smile would announce them as they came in the door, “Mom, it’s Uncle George. Mom, it’s Nancy.” I never doubted that I was welcome at Aunt Ev’s house.He will always be an inspiration to me.