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Hulton, Richard K.

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January 20, 1925 - March 4, 2013

Hulton, Richard K.

Hulton, Richard Kelso, Was born on January 20, 1925 and died on March 4, 2013. Proceeded in death by his wife of 50 years, Marjorie. Survived by daughter Laurie and her husband Leroy Moy, son Stephen Hulton, daughter Leslie and her husband Richard Suckle, daughter Lynn and her husband Carl Fiorletta, and Richard’s dear companion of 9 years, Carolyn Sime and his sister Marge Turk. Grandchildren Brooke Keith, Erin Fahres, Ashley White, Preston Fiorletta, Logan Fiorletta, and 3 great grandchildren and 4 nieces. Richard served in the U.S. Navy during World War II on a sub chaser. He graduated from Dickinson College in Carlisle, PA and worked for Texas Instruments for 30 years, retiring as Vice President of Internal Audits. This special man, loved by so many, will be deeply missed by family and friends. In lieu of flowers, the family requests any donations be made to one’s favorite charity or to the Alzheimer’s Association of Dallas, a cause dear to his heart. A memorial service will be held on March 23rd at 4:00 pm in the Chapel at Preston Hollow Presbyterian Church, 9800 Preston Road in Dallas

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Jordan Antunes

July 08, 2013 9:45AM

To the Family of Dick Hulton:

I'm so sorry for your loss.

Dick was a mentor to me in my early years of my career at TI as an Internal Auditor. He was well liked and respected by everyone that knew him.

May he rest in peace.

Charlie Green

March 22, 2013 2:13PM

To the family of Dick Hulton.

At TI, Dick was my direct supervisor and mentor for six years (1980 – 1986). As Far East Audit Manager based in Singapore…he’d visit and we traveled the world together, strategized work, tackled and resolved some major audit issues over those years. His professionalism, unique sense of humor and huge laugh remain with me today. That unique International assignment and his faith in me to do it successfully, changed my life…beyond words. When he’d disagree, he’d say; “Charlie, I think you’ve been drinking too much green tea!!” That was classic Dick Hulton.

His passing brings to mind the old proverb, “When an old man dies a library burns to the ground.” I believe this completely, given Dick’s life experiences.

I am truly saddened learning of Dick’s recent passing but am honored to have worked with him and to have known him.

Rest in Peace old friend.

My sincere condolences to his family and loved ones for your loss.

Charlie Green
Monticello, Minnesota)