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

  1. I have so many memories to say about what a wonderful man he is, but mostly I have memories that he shared EVERY single weekend that he came to and told us about how he was touched by God in such a special way. Thank you for showing us that God touches lives every day. I will miss you so much. So when I get to heaven, I would LOVE to hear your voice, Gaston’s guitar, and my Dad singing to me to welcome me home. Love you very much!!

  2. We are truly heart broken that my high school buddy has passed on. We do know that he is in a much more blessed place than here, Praise the Lord. We will miss Dick very much, and we extend our love to his wife Patricia.

  3. Uncle Dick, was a solid anchor for me growing up. He was there when I dropped out of high school and offered me a job at IDS. I will never forget my years there working with family members, My Dad Larry, Uncle Kenny, Donny and Eric Gould and good O Edd. Dicks dad. Dick had a heart for us young guys and helped each of us start out on our lives.

    He was the nicest boss! No matter what furniture I broke or car mirror I took off with one of the trucks he would just give me a big hug and say it is alright.

    I loved his heart. It was one of the biggest hearts I know. Out here in Virginia I have missed him much over the years. But I knew where he was.
    He was behind hid desk probably setting up route sheets with his Thomas Map book. He was a man of consistency and He loved our Lord. Thank you Dick for your great example of Love. I can’t wait to see you in Heaven when it is my turn to go. I am praying for you all and love you all! God Bless!

  4. We were so saddened to learn of Dick’s passing! Pat, Anne, Susan, and all of the rest of the family, please know that we are offering prayers for your comfort and peace. We know that Dick is with our Lord and loving it there and making beautiful music with all of the Cursillistas that have gone before. I have such fond memories of playing Cursillo music with him and I so much appreciated the extreme kindness he showed me when I first started playing the guitar. It had to be real planca to have such patience when I was so unsure of myself. He always was a wonderful example of a true Christian man!! Also, Tom and I so enjoyed our Cursillo Cruise with you and so proud when you played in the Talent show!! It’s been a joy to know you. With our love,
    Tom and Dorothy

  5. Let the lord open your family’s hearts to the holy spirit so they know you are waiting in paradise.God bless

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