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Michael “Steeler Mike” H. Hull, 67 of Washington went to be with the Lord on Thursday – June 23, 2022. He was born June 19, 1955 in Washington. The son of the late Delories E. Hull. He leaves to cherish in his memory; his wife of 20 years, Joy Hull, One son, Anthony M. Hull (Cindy), One Daughter, Jasmine N. Graber (Joshua), stepdaughter Shellie (Shawn) Henderson, two stepson Bryan and Shawn Grassel; Siblings, Phillipp R. Hull Warner Springs, CA., Aaron L. (Tracey) Hull of Akron, PA., Richard T. Hull, Altoona, PA., Mitchell R. Hull, Dallas TX., Jon’a Jacobs Holly of North Carolina and Candie and his step sister Janet. He is also survived by his grandchildren in which he loved unconditionally Summer and Anthony Hull, Zander and Jaxson Henderson, Ivy and Forest Grassel and Clyde Johnson. He is also survived by his wife’s siblings whom he was very close to, Sherry (Mike) Mesquite, Debbie (Richard) Bonato, Amy Jean Wright, Leo (Beth) Wright, and Candie (Lary) McElhaney. Mike also enjoyed spending time with some of his closest friends, James (June) Allen, Robert (Braymore) Anderson, Benny Watson, Johnny Baker and Darrell Thomas. He is preceded in death by his sisters Olivia and Lisa.
Mike attended Washington High and was a wrestler there for four years. He had a love for body building since the age of 11. He belonged to OCB Natural Building Association. He competed in many competitions for body building while receiving many awards and numerous trophies. Early in life, Mike accepted Christ and was a member of Friendship Baptist Church, serving as a Trustee. Brockway Glass company was one of his first jobs. As a Program Specialist, Michael worked for Mel Blount Youth Home for many years. He attended Triangle Tech and got certified for ACT 235. Mike worked hard all his life, but he enjoyed volunteering at the Lemoyne Center with the children the most. His hobbies included fishing and cooking, but he most importantly enjoyed sitting on the porch listening to music and spending time with his grandchildren. Mike was an avid Steeler fan and loved collecting Steeler memorabilia hence the nickname “Steeler Mike.”
Two memorial services will be held. The first service is scheduled for Wednesday, June 29, 2022 at 1 PM at Friendship Baptist Church in Washington. The second memorial service is scheduled for July 2, 2022 at 1:00 PM at Driscoll Park, 565 Locust Ave, Washington, PA.
Please view and sign the family’s online guestbook at pittsburghcremation.com.