Stephen H. Hull
Stephen was born on August 3, 1944 in Lincoln, Nebraska to Herbert Hull and Frances (Dietz) Hull.
Stephen attended Saratoga Elementary School, Irving Jr. High School and was in the first class to graduate from the “new” Southeast High School.
Stephen served in the US Army from October 12, 1967 and was honorably discharged into the reserves on October 2, 1970. He was stationed in Vietnam and Germany.
Stephen enjoyed music all his life. He played violin and piano in his youth. He started playing guitar in the 1970’s and played in several bands. Most recently he played in the Plain Label String Band. He had a beautiful bass0barritone voice and loved to sing.
Stephen is survived by his sister Carolyn (Bob) Hull Iodice; nephew Robert Iodice; niece Carolyn Anne (Annie) Iodice; aunt and uncle; cousins; musician friends; and significant other Kathy Kuehn.
A celebration of Stephen’s life will be Friday, August 3, 2018 at Kathy’s, 822 Lyncrest Drive in Lincoln at 4:00 until whenever. Please bring musical instruments and a lawn chair. Soft drinks, adult beverages and food will be served.
Memorials may be shared with Homestead National Monument and/or the Food Bank of Lincoln.
Funeral Home assisting is Aspen Mortuary, 4822 Cleveland Avenue, Lincoln, NE 68504. To view an on-line obituary or email condolences please visit Aspen Mortuary’s website at www.aspenaftercare.com.
Condolences for Stephen H. Hull
Our condolences to family and friends. Steve was a true friend, great co-worker, a talented musician, and an honored veteran. Our thoughts are with Kathy, Sam, and all of the people to whom he meant so much. We share in your grief and sadness in his passing from this world. We will miss him.
Our Sympathies to all of you. I (Ginny) worked for the USGS in our Ord, NE office and so much enjoyed Steve when we were there in the Lincoln office for meetings etc. Never got to hear his music but sounds very talented.
Kathy, We were so sorry to hear of Steve’s death. We were unable to hold a conversation with him when we visited on Sunday. July 8 but I think he knew
we were there. May you find peace in remembering all the wonderful times you had together. We are also sorry we can’t attend the celebration of Steve’s life on Aug. 3 as we will be in Chicago for a wedding. Love, Glenn & Joann
Kathy, very sorry to hear of Steve’s passing. He was a very good friend and colleague who took me under his wing when I first started with the Survey. I’ll always cherish some of the moments playing guitar with him as he was a very talented musician who was not critical of my abilities. I’m blessed to have known him. We will miss him.