Richard Wayne “Dick” Hultin

Richard Wayne “Dick” Hultin

May 22, 1937 - January 11, 2011

Richard Wayne “Dick” Hultin

May 22, 1937 - January 11, 2011


Richard Wayne “Dick” Hultin lives in , passed away at the age of 73.
Born on May 22, 1937 and passed away on January 11, 2011.

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53 responses to Richard Wayne “Dick” Hultin

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  1. All I have to do is close my eyes, visualize the Yuba River, the old Barnge houseboat & the campfires…. and Dick singing, playing his fab.12 string – “Boatin’ on the Yuba” as well as the funny invented songs, the spiritual songs & Johnny cash “imitations” Now you can do the serenades to your heavenly friends. You were always so unselfish, good even to those undeserving of love, & superb family man. Living too many miles North we didn’t get enough time with you, but hold the many times warmly in the heart. Yes, your legacy has been left behind to keep your fine family warm. Hope you & George are having a bang up jam session. hugs & love to all of my extended family… hugs in person soon. We love you & share your heartache. Arlene

  2. Christy says:

    My condolences to your family. I have heard many wonderful stories and just know what a wonderful person you were.

  3. Crystal says:

    Mr Hultin,
    Your family and friends will surely miss you, as you were a truly great man. I never got to meet you, but your grace and perserverance were often the subject of many, many good things your sweet daughter had to tell about you.

    Another sign of your goodness is the amazing daughter you raised and your sweet granddaughter who adores you. You will be missed, thank you for all the goodness you brought into the world.

  4. jeanne says:

    Hey Mr.Jubliosos: What can I say to express my sadness about not seeing your contagious smile lighting the halls of Marywood any longer? Oh the memories are so precious.I can still hear the music reverberating off the walls in the gym. You went above and beyond making sure the Deaf Cursillo members could “feel” the music. I can see you walking around with the roses in your back pocket to give to the rectora at Agape. Oh I must not forget when I was rectora and introduced my husband at Clausura and you and 6 or so of our closest male friends got up and came to the front of the auditorium. I will be eternally grateful for the time you came to our rescue when David had been without work for so long. David loved working with a good Christian man. Also, loved your shirt with the “woodies” on it. You will be missed deeply, mi amigo.

  5. My Uncle Dick was such an incredible and loving man. I always enjoyed the family Christmases at his home and playing with his train set and pinball machines. The summers on the houseboat were very special too. I could listen to him sing for hours. I know I live afar, but my heart is heavy for my dear loved family. You all are forever in my heart! God bless!

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