Max L. Hull, resident of Sterling Heights, died peacefully September 19, 2019. He was 97 years of age.
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Max was born on May 22, 1922 and raised in Atlas Township, Michigan, son of the late Louis and Leila (Thornby) Hull. He served our country honorably in the U.S. Air force during WWII. Max was an Air Force Technical Sergeant who flew as a gunner on the B-17. His plane was shot down and Max had to spend a year as a prisoner of war. After the war, he was united in marriage, to his beloved wife, Anna Adriaens, September 20, 1947. The couple was blessed with two wonderful children of whom he loved and cherished. The family built their home in Fraser in 1954. He had a successful career at Peerless Pattern Markers for over 30 dedicated years. After retirement, Max and Anna started to travel around the U.S. and looked forward to their winter months down in Naples, Florida. This is where they enjoyed time with friends and their happy hour Manhattans. Max loved golfing and was still golfing until the age of 96. He was an avid reader who enjoyed playing cards with family and friends. Max also enjoyed shopping especially going to the dollar store. Above all, he was a family man who was a dedicated husband, dear father, beloved grandfather, and great grandfather who will be deeply missed.
Max is the beloved husband of 72 years to Anna; dear father of Pamela (Thomas) Kaltenbach and Daniel (Sheila) Hull; cherished grandfather of Leslie (Jason) Morgan and Sarah, Adam (Amanda) and Emily Hull; dearest great grandfather of Madison, Ava, Jacob, Maxine and one on the way; and loving brother of the late Raymond and Russell Hull.
A Memorial Mass will be celebrated at St. Malachy Catholic Church of Sterling Heights, Saturday, October 12, 2019 at 10am. The family will start receiving guests at 9am. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be addressed to the American Red Cross in his honor. Share memories at www.faulmannwalsh.com