TSgt. Douglas Logan Hull

June 10, 1981-January 9, 2019

TSgt. Douglas Logan

Hull, USAF, age 37,

Minot, ND, formerly of

Clearwater, FL, suc-

cumbed to unforeseen

health complications on

January 9, 2019 in Minot,

ND while surrounded by

his wife, parents, and


Doug was born June 10,

1981 in Clearwater, FL to

Douglas and Teresa (Tur-

ney) Hull.

Doug took fashion cues

from no one. When he

wasn’t dressed in uni-

form, you would catch

him in the summertime

wearing a classic cutoff

t-shirt and cargo shorts.

Chances are also good

that you would find him

wearing the same flavor of

cutoff tee paired with a

nice pair of jeans in the


Doug loved to hunt and

fish even though there is

very little evidence sug-

gesting that he actually

caught anything, but the

determination was always

there. Since childhood,

Doug was an avid con-

noisseur of all things com-

ic-related; he also loved

Star Wars more than any

grown man should. He

loved the Miami Dolphins

and Florida Gators, and

his faith in them never

wavered even though

their records showed it

should have.

Since joining the Air

Force at age 18, Doug was

a devoted serviceman,

brother and friend to so

many. With a happy-go-

lucky personality and a

contagious smile that

could light up even the

darkest of rooms, he ex-

uberated professionalism,

kindness and an unmis-

takable allegiance to his

second family and to this

country. Saying that he

loved his job and the peo-

ple he worked with is an

understatement; they tru-

ly were his family. His

time in the service al-

lowed him to obtain an

extensive vocabulary con-

sisting of more curse

words than most people

learn in ten lifetimes.

Trying to put who Doug

was into words simply

isn’t doable, but if any-

thing comes close to de-

fining him, it’s his family.

He loved his wife, Kristi,

more than most people

are capable of loving

someone in a lifetime.

They were each other’s

constant source of

laughter and support.

Each other’s forever best

friend. Doug’s heart boast-

ed more pride, adoration

and love for his two sons,

Noah and Owen, than one

can comprehend. These

two boys were his most

sincere form of joy. In

true Air Force fashion,

Doug will continue wear-

ing wings while watching

over his beloved family.

Doug is survived by his

wife, Kristi Hull, and his

two sons Noah and Owen;

father Douglas Hull;

mother, Teresa [Mark]

Slonim; sister Brittany

Slonim [Courtney

Herold]; brother Zachary

Slonim; mother and fa-

ther-in-law Kevin and Di-

ane Keeney; brother-in-

law Jack [Sarah, Cooper,

Claire] Keeney; sister-in-

law Sarah [Alyssa, Bra-

dyn] Reid; brother-in-law

Luke Keeney; and many

other family and friends

who were lucky enough to

know Doug.

In lieu of flowers, we

ask that you take a mo-

ment to hug your loved

ones. Time waits for no


Celebration of Doug’s

Life will be held at 6:00

p.m. Friday, January 11,

2019 at the Northern

Lights Chapel located at

230 Missile Ave, Minot


Visitation will be held

one hour prior to the start

of the service on Friday at

the Northern Lights


Thomas Family Funeral

Home of Minot has been

entrusted with funeral ar-


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