Jim , so sorry to hear the news of your fathers death. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Mrs. Hull, Mary Carol, and James,
It was an honor to meet your husband/father at the recording studio a few months back with Honor Flight Kern County. I am so grateful that James got to interview Ted and hear his stories of WWII. These stories will never be forgotten as they will now be at the Library of Congress for all generations to here.
My deepest sympathy on the loss of your beloved husband/father.
May the many wonderful memories you have fill your heart and comfort the sorrow of his passing.
My mother and I want you to know Des, that you are in our prayers. Ted's pals at the Petroleum Production Pioneers, and the Chevron Retirees already miss him. "A life well lived is a blessing to us all."
'Haze, gray and underway', Mr. Hull
Des, Mary, and Jim,
We send our condolences and prayers to each of you. Ted was a tremendous man and his legacy will always be remembered and appreciated, especially for his service and dedication to his family and his country.