Bob, of Dalton, Pa., died Sept. 9, 2004. He was 90. His father, Robert A. Hull, was in the Class of 1905.
A graduate of Phillips Exeter Academy, Bob majored in economics at Princeton and graduated with honors. He was captain of our freshman cross-country team, was on the varsity track team for two years, and was a member of Campus Club.
His first jobs after graduation were as a stockbroker in Chicago and New York, and in the Labor Department in Washington, D.C., where he provided job training for immigrants and the unemployed. During World War II he was a Red Cross volunteer in England and France for three years as a field director attached to military units.
In 1945 he became vice president of the former Haddon Craftsmen Co., a position he held for 34 years. He and his late wife, Louise Shepard Hull, owned the Spring Hill farm in Dalton. Bob was a board member of the Abington Community Library, a supervisor of Abington Township, and was a member of the Countryside Conservancy.
He is survived by his daughters, Susan Hull Constantine, Margaret Hull, Lala Zeitlyn, and Lucy Hull; brothers Lewis and John; a sister, Barbara Richardson; eight grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.
The Class of 1936