Lewis Hula

Lewis Hula, 85, of North Little Rock, passed away Thursday, November 29, 2018.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Emil Hula and Nell Perkins; brother, Jim Hula; two daughters-in-law and one grandson. He is survived by his wife, Betty Perry Hula; brother, Ernest Hula (Diane), sister-in-law, Linda Hula; children, Daughters, Linda Bates (Allen), Brenda Bates (Jeff), Patty Gerace, Lois Fryar (Tommy), Louise Ford (Greg); sons, Jerry and Gary Hula; Richard (Sonia) Ingle,

Mark (Angela) Ingle; grandchildren, Tyce Bates, Amy Carrasquillo, Daniel Bates, Heather Grammar, Kieth Hula, Brandi Hedges, Rudy Ourso, Kenny Fryar, Katrina Hadidon, Ashley Willcox, Michelle Meeker, Gennifer McFadden, Scott, Hunter, Drake, Rainey, Connor Ingle and Megan Pierce; 35 great grandchildren and 5 great-great grandchildren.

Visitation will be from 5:00 to 7:00 P.M., Saturday, December 1, 2018 at Westbrook Funeral Home in Hazen. Funeral services will be 2:00 P.M., Sunday, December 2 at Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church with burial in the Walter’s Chapel Cemetery.

3 Condolences to “Lewis Hula”

  1. Earlene Tenison Says:

    May God wrap you in His love, comfort, and peace! Praying Jesus is your Savior!
    Then you will be reunited one day! To know Len was to love him. He met no strangers. He will be greatly missed. To my sister Betty, Love you and praying that God will give you strength and comfort for the hard days ahead.May God’s peace surround you knowing that Len is in no more pain and you will see him again. Love you all!

  2. Jerry Burchfield Says:

    Betty & Hula Family: I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I enjoyed many business and personal discussions with Linn and never left without laughing about something. He loved his work and the many people he’s been associated with over the years and I believe they counted him as a blessing to them….as do I.

  3. Sherry Jennings Johnson Says:

    Prayers for the Perry and Hula families for your grief to comforted with your many years of happy memories. God Bless.

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