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Mildred E. Lull

December 26, 1920 — February 7, 2010

Mildred E. Lull, 89, died Sunday, February 7, 2010 at the Hanover Hospital, Hanover. A funeral service was held at 10:00 a.m., Thursday, February 11, at the United Methodist Church in Haddam, Ks. The Rev. Randy Jellison-Knock officiated. Betty Zenger played the organ and Dr. James Smart sang "O Danny Boy" and "Under His Wings." Burial was in Hickory Grove Cemetery, Haddam. Pallbearers were Steve Menzies, Scott Menzies, Jacob Lull, Joshua Lull, Jason Menzies and Fred Miller. Honorary pallbearers were Roger Foran, Norman Elliott, Francis Nutsch, Todd Hynek, Bob Burton, Paul Smith, Lester Miller and William Hynek. Mildred was born December 26, 1920, near Mahaska, KS, the daughter of Charles and Minnei (Orr) Brown. After high school she attended "Normal Training" and then taught two years at area country schools. On May 4, 1941, she married Franklin Lull at Mahaska. Together they lived on a farm near Sunrise and then later moved near Mahaska. In the 1950's they moved to the farm that Franklin grew up on between Haddam and Morrowville. Mildred loved to cook for her family and help farm. She enjoyed teaching cooking at 4H, gardening, yardwork, bird watching, attending area ball games and being a Meadowlark Hospice Volunteer. She was a member of the Morrowville United Methodist until it closed and the became a member of the Haddam United Methodist Church and was a member of the Hickory Grove (Blocker) Cemetery Board. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Franklin Lull on March 27, 1995; son, Charles Lull on September 11, 1969; and one brother, Robert Brown. Survivors include one daughter, Karen Menzies and husband Larry of Great Bend, KS; one son, Doug Lull of Belleville, KS; five grandchildren, Steve Menzies, Scott Menzies, Misty Menzies, Jacob Lull and Josh Lull; and three great-grandchildren, Jamie Menzies, Kayla Menzies and Jason Mezies. A memorial fund has been established to the Hanover Hospital. Contributions may be sent in care of Ward Funeral Home. To order memorial trees or send flowers to the family in memory of Mildred E. Lull, please visit our flower store.


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