Rose Lee DeBusk daughter of
Sacket DeBusk and Myrtle Leona Bryant was born 30 October
1919 in Burkett, Coleman County, Texas and died 20 September 2006 in
Brownwood Regional Medical Center in Brownwood, Brown County, Texas.
She married Robert Hugh "Skinny" Hull 19 Oct 1937 in McCamey, Upton
County, Texas. He was born 1914 in Jewett, Leon County, Texas and died
13 Jan 1998 in Brownwood Hospital, Brown County, Texas. They are both
buried at Burket Cemetery, Coleman County, Texas.
Rosa Lee DeBusk Obituary
Funeral services for
Rosa Lee "Rosie" Hull, 86, of Brownwood, were held at 2 p.m. Saturday,
September 23, 2006 at Netherton Funeral Home Chapel with Dr. R. Mark
Martin officiating. Cremation followed under the direction of
Netherton Funeral Home. She passed away Wednesday afternoon, September
20th, 2006 at Brownwood Regional Medical Center.
Rosie was born October 30,
1919, in Coleman County, the daughter of the late Henry and Myrtle
(Bryant) DeBusk. She had been a resident of Brownwood since 1942 and
formerly lived in Coleman County. She began her career in nursing in
1948 at the old Memorial Hospital, caring for patients in the
maternity ward. She continued by working for Dr. Gold, Dr. Coleman,
Dr. Laing and Dr. Martin, where she stayed until her retirement. She
was a member of Calvary Baptist Church. Rosie was married to Robert H.
Survivors include her son, Bill Hull of Brownwood; and Jack Reed of
Fort Myers, Florida, Howard Alexander of Bartlesville, Oklahoma and
Susan Nichols of Bangs, who she thought of as part of her family. She
is also survived by several nieces, nephews and cousins.
was preceded in death by her parents, husband and a sister.
(Coleman Chronicle and
Democrat-Voice, Coleman, Texas, September 26, 2006, page 16.)
Robert 'Skinny' Hull
Obituary Jan. 13, 1998 Abilene Reporter
BROWNWOOD - Robert H. "Skinny" Hull, 84, died Monday at a local
Graveside services will be at 10 a.m. today in
Burkett Cemetery in Burkett with the Rev. R.J. Elkins officiating,
directed by Heartland Funeral Home.
Mr. Hull was born in Jewett
and was a Navy veteran of World War II. He was employed by Moore's
Printing Company and was a member of Calvary Baptist Church. He
married Rosa Lee DeBusk in McCamey.
Survivors include his wife of
Brownwood; one son, Bill Hull of Brownwood; and one sister, Georgia
Gray of Fort Stockton.