Maureen Lillian Hull

  • Died: December 24, 2018
  • Location: Hamden, Connecticut

Washington Memorial Funeral Home of North Haven

4 Washington Ave
North Haven, CT 06473

Tel. (203) 239-6000

Tribute & Message From The Family


Loving Daughter, Sister, Cousin and Friend

Message From The Family

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Maureen Lillian Hull, 59 of Hamden was entered into eternal rest on Monday, December 24, 2018. Maureen was born in New Haven on April14, 1959, a daughter of the late Michael and Virginia Saleh Hull, and was a lifelong Hamden resident. She graduated from Hamden High School in 1977, and was employed by the Town of Hamden in the Purchasing Dept. for the past twenty two years. Maureen is survived by her brother Michael Hull of Shelton, several loving cousins, other family members, co-workers, and members of Paws N Effect Canine Training Center. She is also survived by her loving friend of many years, Betty Ann Weinberg Hackley and her family of Wallingford, and her beloved dog Dart. A celebration of life service for Maureen will take place on Sunday, January 27th from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. at the Washington Memorial Funeral Home, 4 Washington Ave., North Haven, followed by a funeral service at 4:00 p.m. at the funeral home; the Rev. Timothy Meehan officiating. Burial will be private. Memorial contributions in Maureen's name may be sent to Animal Haven, 89 Mill Rd., North Haven, CT 06473, or online at theanimalhavenct.org www.washingtonmemorialfh.com


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Condolence & Memory Journal

I am sad to hear that Maureen had passed away. I had the opportunity to work with her for a couple of years and truly feel blessed to have had the opportunity to know her. She was a beautiful person and will be missed. Freida McClain

Posted by Freida McClain - Covington, GA - Friend   January 31, 2019

"We are very sad to hear of Maureen's passing. She was a great person, loved her dogs and a great neighbor."

Posted by Cheryl and Frank DeMatteis - Hamden, CT - Neighbor   January 29, 2019

We were so sad to hear of Maureen's passing. She will always remain in our hearts. Memories of our weekly walks together at Lake Wintergreen, of Maureen making gingerbread houses with our daughter Rebecca every year, and her genuine love her dogs will akways make us smile. She was more than a neighbor when we lived in Hamden, she was a true friends who we loved dearly. We send our love, sympathy and prayers to all of her family and friends.

Posted by Pamela Phillips - Vancouver, WA - Friend   January 15, 2019

Maureen brought such happiness to our childhood and created many memories for all of us. Her "slightly shy" curiosity and humor are unforgettable. The "Texas Salehs" wish that we could be there to share stories and sing the old songs ("Oh, I wish I were an ... Oscar Meyer Weiner") and a few heartfelt smiles. We are thankful for all of the "Connecticut Salehs" who have taken care of Maureen in both health and sickness.

Posted by Pam Atchison (Saleh) - Shreveport, LA - Family   January 09, 2019

Gidge will be greatly missed by our family, her friends and those at the town of Hamden. She was a gentle and kind soul who loved her family, friends and four legged buddies. She had beautiful gardens in her backyard and was a great family picnic entertainer. We had lots of great fun growing up together in a wonderful family.
It won't be the same without Gidge, but she will always remain a loving light and special soul in our hearts!
Hope the reunion was great.
Cousin; Carolyn Saleh Kelly, Gerald, Christopher, Meredith &Biily, Max & Ace

Posted by Carolyn Kelly - Hamden, CT - Family   January 09, 2019


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