Glendive resident, Anne Hull passed away on July 3rd, 2017.
Anne was born in 1937 in Surrey, England, where she spent her early years. The daughter of William and Ellen, Anne went to school in Morden and Wimbledon, England where she met her future husband, Paul, in high school. They married in 1958.
Anne is survived by her husband, seven children and twelve grandchildren.
In 1963, Anne and the Hull family moved from England to Malta. She and her family lived on the historic island until 1969, when the family moved to Iowa in the United States. Anne, Paul and their children lived in Iowa, then Colo., and eventually settled in Glendive.
Anne loved Glendive and found true joy through her work with Action for Eastern Montana (as attested by the large number of thank you cards and invitations she received during and after her work with Action.) Anne lit up when she spoke of “her kids” and felt her work as a mentor and advocate for youth in Eastern Montana was a true calling. She took special pleasure in her time with Native American youth in Lame Deer and neighboring communities.
For several years, Anne attended Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Glendive where she served as a liturgist until her health began to fail. Anne was affected by Alzheimer’s and her health deteriorated quite suddenly and quickly.
Remembrances and condolences may be shared with the family at: www.silhafuneralhomes.com.