Jill Hull
1943 - 2020
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Jill Hull

Green Bay - Jill Hull, age 77 of Green Bay, passed away peacefully on October 4, 2020. She was born on February 12, 1943 to the late Rev. John A. and Janet M. (Murphy) Wagner in Wild Rose, Wisconsin. She graduated from Oconto High School in 1961. Later that same year, Jill was awarded Ms. Congeniality in the Wisconsin Beauty Pageant and went on to be a chaperone to Terry Meeuwsen, the 1973 Miss America winner. Jill became a Licensed Practical Nurse in 1962 working first for Bellin Hospital and Aurora Health Clinic in De Pere before being a longtime employee of Equifax, performing physicals for prospective policy holders. Over the course of her nursing career, she also had the opportunity to perform physicals on several Packers players, as well! On June 22, 1996 Jill married Kim Hull at First United Methodist Church in Green Bay. She loved to dance and was an accomplished pianist and vocalist, performing for several area churches. Jill was passionate about her volunteer work at Bellin Hospital where she greeted patients with her warm, welcoming smile and calming presence. She was a good sport about sailing with Kim, and loved her three Shelties: Laddie, Casey and Coby. Jill enjoyed time spent with her family and she will be deeply missed by all who loved her.

She is survived by her husband, Kim Hull; her children, Brent (Laura) Bond, Green Bay and Jodi (Tom) Warren, Green Bay; her stepchildren, Rena (John) Levitt, Bainbridge Island, WA, Kami (Rene Phillipe) Hull, Austin, TX and Megan (Matt) McWilliams, New Haven, CT. She is further survived by her four grandchildren, Matthew, Ruth, Jack and Koralei; her brother, Jack W. (Micki) Wagner, Waukesha; as well as two nieces, Dr. Amy Wagner and Renee (Theodore) Nims and two grandnieces, Stella and Camille Avery.

A live-stream of the memorial service will be at 11:00am on Saturday, October 17, 2020, from the First United Methodist Church in Green Bay with Rev. David Kalas officiating. Due to the concerns regarding COVID-19, attendance at the church is private for family only. Please visit www.fumcgb.org to join the live-stream.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to First United Methodist Church, Green Bay in memory of Jill.

Special thanks to all the caregivers at Angels Touch Assisted Living and AseraCare Hospice for their care, compassion, and kindness.

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Published in Green Bay Press-Gazette from Oct. 13 to Oct. 21, 2020.
Memorial service
11:00 AM
First United Methodist Church
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October 19, 2020
Tom and Jodi you are in our thoughts and prays
Neil and Lois VanArk
October 18, 2020
I was a classmate of Jill’s at Oconto high school. She was a very nice person. Talked with her a few years ago at a class reunion. My deepest condolences to her family. I will say a prayer for her.
Janice Ausloos Barr
October 17, 2020
Jill and my mom, Judy, have been friends for many years. We attended the virtual funeral today which meant a lot to her. She often talks about what a wonderful person Jill was and the great friendship they shared.
October 17, 2020
My mom and Jill have been friends for many years. She talks about Jill often and we attended the virtual funeral today which was very nice. My mom, Judy, has so many fond memories of Jill. Rest In Peace.
October 13, 2020
Jill was a great help at First Church’s Good Will Place Pantry helping out by doing blood pressure screening for our clients and will be remembered for gentle manner, pleasant smile and great sense of humor!
Vicki Hoell
October 13, 2020
Jill was very attentive to my mother Mary Pat who was also a resident at Angels Touch. When my mother was sad, Jill would play the piano in the hopes of making her smile. Jill liked to take care of others and was always interesting to talk to. Peace and comfort to her family
Juli Aderman-Hagerty
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