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Lawrence M. Hull

July 26, 1919 — July 19, 2013

Wolfeboro, NH - Lawrence Manton Hull, 93, formerly of Melvin Village, NH and Melrose, MA, died peacefully on July 19, at Mountain View Nursing Home in Ossipee, NH. Larry was born in Providence, RI on July 26, 1919, son of the late Manton Ruggles and Laura (Anderton) Hull. He graduated from Wentworth Institute with a degree in electrical engineering in 1941. Prior to retiring and moving to Melvin Village in 1982, he worked for Stone and Webster Engineering Corporation and Lord Electric Company (Boston). At Lord Electric he worked on several major construction projects in Boston, including the State Street Bank and Boston Globe buildings and as the chief electrical contractor on the John Hancock Tower. During World War II he served in the United States Army Corps of Engineers working on the Manhattan Project. Larry was a member of the Wyoming Masonic Lodge in Melrose, the Morning Star Masonic Lodge in Wolfeboro, the Bektash Shriners, the Universalist Church in Melrose and the Melvin Village Community Church. Pre-deceased by his sister Dorothy Ruggles Howe, he leaves his wife Barbara (Walters) Hull of Wolfeboro and sons Dr. Alan Lawrence (Karen W.) Hull of Cleveland, OH, Brian Manton (Laura M.) Hull of Herndon, VA, and Christopher Ernest (Barbara A.) Hull of Rio Verde, AZ. He also leaves 6 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren. Services will be Saturday, September 28th at 1 PM at the Melvin Village Community Church and burial will follow immediately after in the Melvin Village Memorial Garden. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent in his memory to the Melvin Village Community Church, 476 Governor John Wentworth Highway (Route 109), Melvin Village, NH 03850.
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