Oklahoma Cemeteries Website
butterfly
image
Click here to break out of frames
This information is available for free. If you paid money for a
subscription to get to this site, demand a refund.



Connie Mack Hullet
© Blackwell Journal-Tribune
02-19-2015
Submitted by: Jo Aguirre

© Roberts and Son Funeral Home, Inc.

January 2, 1952 - February 16, 2015

Connie Mack Hullet passed away Monday, February 16, 2015, at his home after a lengthy illness.

He was born on Jan. 2, 1952 to Wilbur and Opal (Murray) Hullet in Alva, Oklahoma. He was raised on the family farm in Avard until the age of 10 when the family moved to Ponca City. Connie Mack attended Woodlands Elementary, East Jr. High and Ponca City High School. In 1968 the family moved to Tonkawa where he completed his education. He participated in football, baseball and track and graduated in 1970. He attended Northern Oklahoma College, Central State University and Friends University receiving his degree in Computer Information Systems

Beginning in the 70's he worked for the cities of Edmond, Guymon and Tonkawa. In the early 80's he began working for various oil companies in Oklahoma, Louisiana, Texas and Wyoming. After several years in the oil industry he began his 20 year career at Northern Oklahoma College as Dean of Men. Later he worked for Blackwell Public Schools as the Information Technology Director and taught at Cowley Community College in Arkansas City.

At NOC he strived to get students involved in college life as he was sponsor of Student Government and in charge of campus activities. He enjoyed taking the students on educational trips to New Orleans, San Antonio, and Kansas City, but his true love was cooking. He introduced Cajun food to many students on campus as well as to family and friends.

He was involved with the American Red Cross in Blackwell for over 20 years and served 2 terms as Chairman of the Regional Board of Directors. He received the Outstanding Volunteer Award for the Central Plains region in the mid 80's.

He is survived by his wife, Patricia, of the home, his sister Judy and her husband Steve Wear, his nephew Marc and his wife Sabrina and family all of Virginia, his step mother Jane Hullet of Skiatook, two step brothers Ron Hullet and his wife Nora, and Gary Hullet and his wife, Dorothy of Hot Springs, Ark. and Kevin Unruh of Billings. He leaves behind cherished cousins and aunts and his special Uncle Ed of Hutchinson, Kansas. He is preceded in death by his father and mother, his stepfather, Vernon Unruh, and his niece Bethany Wear.

A memorial service will be held at Christian Life Church, Tonkawa, Oklahoma, on Tuesday, Feb. 24 at 1:30pm under the direction of Roberts and Son Funeral Home. Burial will be at 11:00 a.m. at the Blackwell Cemetery.

Donations in his name can be made to the Andy Ellis scholarship fund or the American Red Cross c/o Roberts and Son Funeral Home.

Online condolences can be made at robertsandsonfh.com.

H Surnames Blackwell Cemetery|  |Kay County Cemetery Page|  |Home|



This page was updated: Thursday, 02-Apr-2020 15:02:15 CDT
This site may be freely linked, but not duplicated in any way without consent.
All rights reserved! Commercial use of material within this site is prohibited!
© 2000-2021 Oklahoma Cemeteries

The information on this site is provided free for the purpose of researching your genealogy. This material may be freely used by non-commercial entities, for your own research, as long as this message remains on all copied material. The information contained in this site may not be copied to any other site without written "snail-mail" permission. If you wish to have a copy of a donor's material, you must have their permission. All information found on these pages is under copyright of Oklahoma Cemeteries. This is to protect any and all information donated. The original submitter or source of the information will retain their copyright. Unless otherwise stated, any donated material is given to Oklahoma Cemeteries to make it available online. This material will always be available at no cost, it will always remain free to the researcher.