John William Stull

  • Born: December 7, 1930
  • Died: July 16, 2019
  • Location: Owensboro, Kentucky

Glenn Funeral Home and Crematory

900 Old Hartford Road
Owensboro, KY 42303

Tel. (270) 683-1505

Tribute & Message From The Family


John William Stull, 88, of Owensboro, went to be with his heavenly father on July 16, 2019. John was born on December 7, 1930, to the late John William and Josephine Young Stull Sr. John was a retired Navy veteran of 20 years, where he served as Gunner's Mate Chief Petty Officer. A man of many facets, John was a cattle and hay farmer and an Isotope pilot for many years. He was also a lifelong member of Saint Anthony Catholic Church.

In addition to his parents, John is preceded in death by a daughter, Mary Ann Stull; and siblings Catherine Bickwerment and Rita Wedding.

Those left to cherish his memory are his loving wife Mary "Imogene" Hayden Stull; son, Charles William Stull (Glenda) of Ca; grandsons, Charlie and Daniel Stull of CA.; 2 great-grandchildren; brother Charles "Donald" Stull (Jan) of Oregon; sister, Ruth Stull of Maryland, a whole host of loving nieces and nephews, and canine companion Wiggles.

Expressions of sympathy may take the form of contributions to Hospice of Western Kentucky or Saint Anthony Catholic Church.

The funeral Mass for John will be 12 pm on Friday, July 19, 2019, at Saint Anthony Catholic Church with Father Mark Buckner and Father Tony Jones officiating. Visitation will be Friday at the Church starting at 10 am. Burial will take place at Saint Anthony Cemetery. Glenn Funeral Home and Crematory has been entrusted with arrangements.

Messages and memories of condolence for the family of John Stull may be offered online at www.glenncares.com.


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Condolence & Memory Journal

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Stully was such a blessing. He was a joy to be around and will be missed by all at the flying field. Prayers for the family.

Posted by Stefan, Dia and Samuel Ling - Owensboro, KY - Family   July 19, 2019

John will be greatly missed. He was always fun to be around. I will miss his humor and knowledge about living. Goodbye to a great friend, who always had a pleasant word for you.

Posted by Tom Cox - Owensboro, KY - Friend   July 18, 2019

Always enjoyed talking with Stully at the flying field. His stories were always great, whether he was talking about airplanes or life in general. He will be greatly missed. Rest in peace my friend.

Posted by Craig Cunningham - Owensboro, KY - Friend   July 18, 2019

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Such a great blessing we received by knowing this man, Prayers for the entire family. Ms Mary Ruth we Love you! Sam had a wonderful time working with Stully as we called him.
Sam Cole & family.

Posted by valerie cole - Owensboro, KY - Friend   July 18, 2019

So sorry to hear of John's passing. We have broke a few clay birds as well as flying planes together. Always a great friend that will be missed. Iam very sorry that we will be out of town this week, Imagene, and unable to be there with you. Our prayers are with you and the family. Lyn and Rita

Posted by Lyn Hardesty - O'boro, KY - Friend   July 17, 2019

Have known John for several years,he was always a fun guy to be around,a lot of great memories from our times together. Rest In Peace brother.

Posted by John Taylor - Owensboro, KY - Friend   July 17, 2019

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When he moved back to Kentucky, I asked him to come shoot some trap with me. The first night when we arrived, another shooter walked up to me and asked, Who'd you bring with you tonight. Oh, this is Uncle John instead of saying John Stull. Well, it stuck. At all the trap shoots, to everyone he was known as Uncle John. We spent many a nights at the local gun clubs, playing shooting games for a dollar a round. Great memories, you'll be missed.
PULL.... Love you, from Bec Bec

Posted by Becky Whittaker - Owensboro, KY - Family   July 17, 2019

We are so sorry for your loss.
Praying for God's comfort.
Carolyn and John Zaremba

Posted by Carolyn Zaremba - Hartford, KY   July 16, 2019

Awesome person! Such a loss.

Posted by Jackie - KY - friend   July 16, 2019

John Stull was a Navy man, a cattle farmer, a pretty good shot but most of all he was my friend. Richard Hayden

Posted by Richard Hayden - Perryville, KY - Friend   July 16, 2019

Goodbye Bubba, you will be sorely missed by the ones you left behind.

Posted by Charles Stull - Cave Junction, OR - Brother   July 16, 2019


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