Staff

Our dedicated staff are here to provide support, compassion, and information to help you through your journey of grief and the celebration of your loved one’s life.

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Fred Hull Funeral Service Practitioner/Embalmer

Fred Hull is a licensed funeral service practitioner and embalmer. After graduating from the University of Oregon, San Francisco College of Mortuary Science, and serving in the U.S. Army, he began working full-time at the funeral home. Fred’s parents, Virgil & Esther Hull started the funeral home in 1928. Although Fred is primarily retired, he still spends many hours helping out in various capacities of the business. Fred is active at Parkway Christian Center as an elder and sings in the choir. For the last 20 years he has volunteered at the Josephine County Fair as agriculture superintendent. He especially enjoys being with his four grandchildren. He spends as much time as possible outdoors – gardening, mushroom hunting, walking/hiking, camping, and bird and deer hunting.

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Diane Hull Funeral Service Practitioner

Diane joined her husband Fred Hull in the family business a year after they were married in 1961. A licensed funeral service practitioner, she lived and worked in the funeral home from 1964 until 1993 when a home away from the business was built. Diane continues to work full-time, but has shifted her responsibilities over the years and is now doing mostly bookkeeping work. She is active in the choir and Women’s Ministries among other things at Parkway Christian Center, which she has attended since 1955. She spends as much time as possible delighting in her four grandchildren. She also enjoys rubber stamping, traveling, and playing the piano.

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Robert Matson Funeral Service Practitioner/Manager

Bob has lived in Grants Pass since 1960. He attended Murphy grade school, Lincoln Savage Middle School and is a 1974 Graduate of Grants Pass High School. During his college years he began working with the Hull family. After graduating from Southern Oregon University in 1979 he started a full time career in funeral service with Hull & Hull Funeral Directors. Married in 1982 to Melinda, he has two daughters and enjoys sports, reading and family activities. Bob has a passion for his chosen profession and is honored to help families before and after a need arises.

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Jerry Monnet Retired Funeral Service Practitioner/Embalmer

Jerry is now retired...but we love him so much we just can't bear to take him off our list of valued staff. Jerry's hobbies are hunting mushrooms, fishing, and he is known for his dedication to family. Jerry and his wife, Maxine, have been married for over 60 years, and have three grown children, nine grandchildren, and four great grandchildren.

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Kirk Hull Grounds Foreman

Kirk is the is the son of Fred & Diane Hull and a grandson of the original funeral home owners, Virgil & Esther Hull. Kirk was born and raised in Grants Pass all the while living at the funeral home. After graduation in 1988 from Southern Oregon State College in Ashland, he began working full-time at the funeral home. He later started working at the cemetery and became manager several years ago. Kirk married his wife, Heidi (Woolsey) in September 1999 and they have two daughters. Family life is cherished by Kirk and Heidi and therefore they spend most of their time raising their girls. As a family they enjoy camping, visiting family cabins in Eastern Oregon and at Galice; as well as fishing and hunting.

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Lyn Stanger Funeral Service Practitioner/Advance Planning

Lyn has worked with Hull & Hull Funeral Directors since 1989 as a funeral service practitioner and embalmer. Together with her husband, she has three sons and two daughters. Through End-of-life Care, Lyn's wish is to help celebrate life, and counts it an honor to help the most helpless person ... someone who has died. A favorite quote of Lyn's is from a wise pastor who once said, "We are not at this memorial because someone has died. We are here because of a life well lived!" Lyn is thankful everyday to have the opportunity to help her community in this way.

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Kendra Johnson Funeral Service Practitioner/Office Manager

Kendra Johnson is the third generation of the Hull family to serve as a funeral service practitioner here at Hull & Hull Funeral Home. Kendra was born and raised in Grants Pass and graduated from Southern Oregon University with degrees in both Business Administration and Elementary Education. She is married to Ryan Johnson, a local contractor, and has two children. She has been living and/or working at Hull & Hull her entire life, but has been working full-time since 1991. She loves helping others and finds the experience of her profession greatly rewarding.

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David Grow Funeral Service Practitioner/Embalmer

Dave was born in Southern California and moved to Grants Pass with his parents in 1966. He attended Merlin and Manzanita Elementary schools, Fleming Jr. High and Grants PassHigh School. As a young adult Dave lived in both Portland, Oregon and Seattle, Washington working as a manufacture sales representative before returning to Grants Pass in 1985. From 1985 to 2003 he worked as a police officer and detective with the City of Grants Pass Department of Public Safety. He attended Rogue Community College and Mt.Hood Community College where he received an Associate of Applied Science degree. Dave joined the Hull & Hull family in 2003 and is a licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer. Dave and his wife Desieree have five grown children and ten grandchildren. Dave enjoys spending time with his family, hunting, fishing, horses, dogs and playing old time country and bluegrass music.

Fred Hull

Funeral Service Practitioner/Embalmer
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Fred Hull is a licensed funeral service practitioner and embalmer. After graduating from the University of Oregon, San Francisco College of Mortuary Science, and serving in the U.S. Army, he began working full-time at the funeral home. Fred’s parents, Virgil & Esther Hull started the funeral home in 1928. Although Fred is primarily retired, he still spends many hours helping out in various capacities of the business. Fred is active at Parkway Christian Center as an elder and sings in the choir. For the last 20 years he has volunteered at the Josephine County Fair as agriculture superintendent. He especially enjoys being with his four grandchildren. He spends as much time as possible outdoors – gardening, mushroom hunting, walking/hiking, camping, and bird and deer hunting.

Diane Hull

Funeral Service Practitioner
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Diane joined her husband Fred Hull in the family business a year after they were married in 1961. A licensed funeral service practitioner, she lived and worked in the funeral home from 1964 until 1993 when a home away from the business was built. Diane continues to work full-time, but has shifted her responsibilities over the years and is now doing mostly bookkeeping work. She is active in the choir and Women’s Ministries among other things at Parkway Christian Center, which she has attended since 1955. She spends as much time as possible delighting in her four grandchildren. She also enjoys rubber stamping, traveling, and playing the piano.

Robert Matson

Funeral Service Practitioner/Manager
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Bob has lived in Grants Pass since 1960. He attended Murphy grade school, Lincoln Savage Middle School and is a 1974 Graduate of Grants Pass High School. During his college years he began working with the Hull family. After graduating from Southern Oregon University in 1979 he started a full time career in funeral service with Hull & Hull Funeral Directors. Married in 1982 to Melinda, he has two daughters and enjoys sports, reading and family activities. Bob has a passion for his chosen profession and is honored to help families before and after a need arises.

Jerry Monnet

Retired Funeral Service Practitioner/Embalmer
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Jerry is now retired...but we love him so much we just can't bear to take him off our list of valued staff. Jerry's hobbies are hunting mushrooms, fishing, and he is known for his dedication to family. Jerry and his wife, Maxine, have been married for over 60 years, and have three grown children, nine grandchildren, and four great grandchildren.

Kirk Hull

Grounds Foreman
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Kirk is the is the son of Fred & Diane Hull and a grandson of the original funeral home owners, Virgil & Esther Hull. Kirk was born and raised in Grants Pass all the while living at the funeral home. After graduation in 1988 from Southern Oregon State College in Ashland, he began working full-time at the funeral home. He later started working at the cemetery and became manager several years ago. Kirk married his wife, Heidi (Woolsey) in September 1999 and they have two daughters. Family life is cherished by Kirk and Heidi and therefore they spend most of their time raising their girls. As a family they enjoy camping, visiting family cabins in Eastern Oregon and at Galice; as well as fishing and hunting.

Lyn Stanger

Funeral Service Practitioner/Advance Planning
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Lyn has worked with Hull & Hull Funeral Directors since 1989 as a funeral service practitioner and embalmer. Together with her husband, she has three sons and two daughters. Through End-of-life Care, Lyn's wish is to help celebrate life, and counts it an honor to help the most helpless person ... someone who has died. A favorite quote of Lyn's is from a wise pastor who once said, "We are not at this memorial because someone has died. We are here because of a life well lived!" Lyn is thankful everyday to have the opportunity to help her community in this way.

Kendra Johnson

Funeral Service Practitioner/Office Manager
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Kendra Johnson is the third generation of the Hull family to serve as a funeral service practitioner here at Hull & Hull Funeral Home. Kendra was born and raised in Grants Pass and graduated from Southern Oregon University with degrees in both Business Administration and Elementary Education. She is married to Ryan Johnson, a local contractor, and has two children. She has been living and/or working at Hull & Hull her entire life, but has been working full-time since 1991. She loves helping others and finds the experience of her profession greatly rewarding.

David Grow

Funeral Service Practitioner/Embalmer
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Dave was born in Southern California and moved to Grants Pass with his parents in 1966. He attended Merlin and Manzanita Elementary schools, Fleming Jr. High and Grants PassHigh School. As a young adult Dave lived in both Portland, Oregon and Seattle, Washington working as a manufacture sales representative before returning to Grants Pass in 1985. From 1985 to 2003 he worked as a police officer and detective with the City of Grants Pass Department of Public Safety. He attended Rogue Community College and Mt.Hood Community College where he received an Associate of Applied Science degree. Dave joined the Hull & Hull family in 2003 and is a licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer. Dave and his wife Desieree have five grown children and ten grandchildren. Dave enjoys spending time with his family, hunting, fishing, horses, dogs and playing old time country and bluegrass music.