Larry Tull

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Larry Duke Tull, 62, of Gholson, passed away Friday, June 28, 2013 at the Veteran’s Hospice Unit in Waco. A graveside ceremony is set for 10am Wednesday, July 3rd, at Central Texas State Veteran’s Cemetery, 11463 State Hwy 195 in Killeen.

Larry was born February 20, 1951 to Herman Roy & Ida Mae (Duke) Tull.
He was raised in Chilton, and later graduated from Chilton High School in 1970. After graduation, Larry served his country with Air Force in the Philippines. Later in life, Larry was a truck driver for Mid-Way Transportation out of Hewitt.

He was preceded in death by his parents, and a sister, Elizabeth Ann (Tull) Hawkins.

Larry is survived by his son, Gary Tull of Cambridgeshire, England; sister, Janette Rothe of Waco; a granddaughter, Ashlan, of Cambridgeshire, England; two nieces, Karen Estes of Mooreville, and Deborah Summersett and husband Dale Gibson of Richmond; two nephews, Curtis Dwayne Rothe and wife Nancy of Waco, and Mark Hawkins of Waco; and close friends, Barbara and Joe Henry of Waco and Carl Nothnagel of Elm Mott.

The family requests that memorials in Larry’s name be sent to Faithworks, PO Box 1926, Waco 76703.

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  1. Joe and Barbara Henry

    Larry will always be remembered by us as a man who worked hard and liked his weekends free to spend relaxing! He would do what he could for his friends and hoped they would do the same for him. Larry, you will be greatly missed and were dearly loved. You will forever be in our hearts!

  2. Johnny & JoAnn Faulk

    Our condolences on the loss of your Dad, Brother, Uncle.
    He was a nice man and we enjoyed seeing him in the cafe.

  3. Judy and Buddy Prather

    Janette, we share your sorrow in this loss, and we offer our prayers for peace and comfort as you grieve.

  4. Leonard Groholski

    I’ve known Larry for over 35 years. Larry was my best friend and I loved his kindness and being down to earth. He was a great guy to hang out with and we had fun reminiscing about growing up in small town Texas. No matter where I lived in the USA, Larry and I always had a special connection. He will definitely be missed.

    I send my condolences to Gary, Janette and the rest of the Tull family. May Larry rest in peace and his memories flourish forever.

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