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NANCY ANN HULL Obituary
Hull, Nancy Ann, a resident of San Juan Capistrano, CA since 1970, passed away June 2, 2014 in an automobile accident. She was born on March 31, 1939 in Van Nuys, CA, the second of two daughters of Lillian (Peggy) and Ben Badgley. The family moved to Toluca Lake (North Hollywood) in February 1940. Nancy graduated from Hollywood High School in 1957 and entered the nursing program at UCLA. She transferred to Pasadena City College to their nursing program affiliate with Huntington Memorial Hospital where she met Roger Hull. They were married on May 29, 1959 and had recently celebrated their 55th wedding an niversary. Nancy was a devoted wife and mother of 4 daughters. She spent many years working as a teacher's aide at RH Dana, ENF school in Dana Point, CA.

She is survived by her husband, Roger Hull of San Juan Capistrano; daughters, Karen Keyte (John) and Ann Lewis (Tracy) of San Juan Capistrano, Mary Beck (Gordon) of Laguna Niguel, and Sarah Kunz (Jeff) of Seattle, WA; grandchildren, Cameron and Gabrielle Keyte, Weston and Lillian Lewis, Kevin, Eric and Jack Beck, and Liesl, Portia, Sylvie, Ezra, and Ferris Kunz; and her sister, Kay Curry of Granada Hills.

Nancy loved reading, tea, and cross-stitch and spent many hours grooming and caring for her and Roger's dogs. She was known for the giant, personalized, heart-shaped sugar cookies she made for each member of her family every Valentine's day. She was a humble and kind woman who made many friends and will be greatly missed.

A memorial service will be held on Sunday, June 29 at 10 am at the Ranch House Chapel on Camp Pendleton followed by a cemetery service on Monday, June 30 at 10:30 am at Miramar National Cemetery in San Diego.

Donations in memory of Nancy can be made to one of the various organizations she supported: the USO, The YMCA at Camp Pendleton, Wounded Warriors, or BeaCon for Health.


Published in Orange County Register on June 17, 2014
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