23 January 2008
Brian Hulse - My Friend, My Brother
As some of you know, my good friend, Brian Hulse passed away this week. He was the type of person who always had a smile and could make people feel good. In the beginning stages of me putting my life back together after the storm, Brian had been there as both a friend and a brother. He was probably one of the very first to support me in my NoLA Rising campaign and to encourage me to put more of my time into painting. One of the very first NoLA Risers, Brian had also purchased a painting of mine to give to his sister Mary as a birthday presents. In short, he believed in me and what I was doing and that helped me believe in myself. So, to that light in the sky that will always warm my heart, here's to you brother...On this day, I SALUTE YOU AND YOUR JOY FOR LIFE and hope that the lessons I've learned from you will carry me through my days. Be at peace, brother, for so many of us miss you.
Brian Pendleton Hulse
Brian Pendleton Hulse passed away on Sunday, January 20, 2008. Age 27 years. Beloved son of John I. Hulse, IV and Mary Anne Pendleton Hulse. Brother of John I. Hulse V, Anne and Adam Fishbein, Mary P. Hulse, Jason P. Hulse, Josie Sexton and the late David P. Hulse. Grandson of the late John and Mary Hulse and Mary and R. Allen Pendleton. Also survived by loving aunts, uncles and cousins. Brian graduated from De LA Salle High School and attended Loyola University. He loved his family, loved to laugh, had a perennial smile, had a kind heart, a sensitive soul, and was a loyal friend. In lieu of flowers please send donations to Bridge House, 1160 Camp St., New Orleans, LA 70130 or the charity of your choice. To sign and view the Family Guestbook, please visit www.lakelawnmetairie.com
Published in The Times-Picayune on 1/22/2008.
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