Wayne Paul Hulet left this earth on Nov. 14, 2013. He was born in Ogden, Utah, to Howard Paul Hulet and Virginia Rae Banford on May 18, 1941.
He lived in Morgan, Utah, all of his life. He graduated from Morgan High School and then worked for Heiner Ford and Hill Air Force Base until a back injury caused him to retire in his early 50s.
He married Jackie Worden Lee, but later divorced. During their marriage they did a lot of traveling, which he talked about a lot.
He found great pleasure in witching wells for Mike Oliver and was very accurate in finding veins of water.
After retirement he continued on with the profession of “all around handy man” that his dad had passed on to him. He could make things work that others could not, just with his great ability to think and analyze a problem.
Wayne had a kind heart and loved helping his neighbors and sisters. At the time of his death, he was building the “World’s Greatest Computer” that he could spend hours talking about and if you were lucky enough. After an hour or so he would finally figure out that we had no idea what he was talking about, but that he had a good time teaching us and that we would probably never catch up to his intelligence.
At Christmas time he found great joy in taking a large bank full of change and giving it to a family that would enjoy a little extra money for Christmas.
Wayne, we shall miss you, but realize now you can hear the birds sing and the music you loved so much and you are no longer in pain. You were loved by many and will be missed by us all.
He is survived by three sisters: Enid (Loel) Mecham of Morgan; Pauline Giles of Morgan; and “Hap” Virginia Fry (Herald) of Morgan. He is also survived by a grundle of nieces and nephews, too numerous to mention.
Graveside services will be held on Saturday, Dec. 7, 2013, at 11 a.m. at the Milton Pioneer Cemetery.
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