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Tuesday, October 17, 2023
2:00 - 6:00pm (Eastern time)
Wednesday, October 18, 2023
1:00 - 1:15pm (Eastern time)
Flora Hull was born on January 30th 1940 in Plainfield, NJ, the daughter of Gladys and John Hoomans. She grew up in a very happy family with her siblings Ruth and John in Warren, NJ. Her father emigrated from Holland when he was 17 and met Flora’s mother while he worked his first job as a milkman.
Flo was the kindest woman who always had time for her many, many friends. She always knew how to make others feel comforted and loved.
She spent over 30 years as a school bus driver in Branchburg, NJ, still beloved by those students and her coworkers who became her closest friends.
She met the love of her life when she was 18 when they were working at Haydu Industries in Plainfield, NJ. Her father made her breakup with him because she was too young and needed to meet other boys, but no chance! They reunited and never looked back. They made a great life for themselves in Branchburg, NJ with their three children and retired to South Jersey where they continued their happy path of 64 years of marriage.
Flo was passionate about everything she did. Her favorite things in life were family, gardening, and birds.
Family was always first for Flo. She was the best role model, teaching her children and grandchildren how to always be kind, humble and self-reliant.
She is beloved by her husband Buddy Hull, children Susan (partner, Rich), Donna (husband Alan) and Ken (wife Merribeth), 11 grandchildren (Chris, Samantha, Mark, Benjamin, Andrew, Laura, Jennifer, Kimberly, Dale, Daniel, Tommy) and 4 great-grandchildren (Ava, Stella, Jaxon, Nicholas).
Flora leaves this earth as graciously as she lived it, always caring more about others than herself.
Visitation will be held Tuesday October 17th, 2023 from 2-6pm at Maxwell Funeral Home 160 Mathistown Road Little Egg Harbor, NJ. Burial will take place on Wednesday October 18th, 2023 at 1pm at Brigadier William C. Doyle Veteran’s Cemetery 350 Provinceline Road Wrightstown, NJ.
In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made in Flora's honor to the National Foundation for Cancer Research Give to NFCR .