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Sharon Ann Cunningham Hull

Sunday, August 24, 2008

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Sharon Ann Cunningham Hull, 62, Rosedale, formerly of Mooresville, died unexpectedly Aug. 22, 2008, in the emergency room of St. Vincent Clay Hospital.

She was born May 18, 1946, in Clay County, the daughter of Earl and Carol Snyder Cunningham.

She graduated from Staunton High School, Class of 1964.

She married the love of her life, George Russell "Russ" Hull on June 27, 1965, following his return from the service.

As a young girl, Sharon worked at Hulman and Co. and the Brazil Telephone Co. Following their marriage, she settled into being a wife and devoted mom. During the years they lived in Mooresville, she worked as an assistant manager for the Five Points Market for more than 17 years. After Russ retired from Allison Transmission, they moved to Clay County to be closer to his parents. It was there, at their place in the country, that she fell in love with nature and all the wildlife. She was a loyal bird feeder, among the other wildlife that she cared for.

She was a member of the Brazil Eastern Star and the American Legion Post No. 2.

Survivors include her loving husband Russ, Rosedale, their three children, Cindy Luedeman and husband Dan, Christa Hollis and husband Dean and Yates Hull, all of Mooresville, grandchildren Haley Luedeman, Kira Hollis, Kelsey Luedeman, Abby Luedeman, Dalton Hollis and Dillon Hollis, other extended family and special friends Terri Tingle and Judy Baldwin.

She was preceded in death by her parents and their infant son, Timothy R. Hull.

Her wishes were for cremation to take place and for her to be a donor to help others. A memorial service will take place for Sharon Tuesday evening at Lawson-Miller Chapel, 1702 E. National Ave., at 8 p.m., with visitation time with family from 5-8 p.m.

The family request that no flowers be sent.

It is suggested that memorial contributions be directed to the American Legion Post No. 2 or the memorial of choice.

Light a candle in her memory at www.lawson-millerchapel.com.