On February 2, 2018 Mabel Stull went home to be with her family. She was 91 and spent her time on earth being the life of the party. Her family attributed her longevity to her lust for life. She loved people and she loved to laugh and found something funny in almost every situation. In fact her family says she would have found it hilarious that she passed on Ground Hog's Day. She was born in Bath County on August 3, 1926 and each birthday following was known as "The Birthday" and it was a week long affair filled with laughter and entertainment for all who knew her and loved her. She was born to the late Carl B. Stull and Lucy B. Thomas Stull who she most certainly kept on their toes for the rest of their lives. She lived most of her life in the Hope community with her sister Pearl and she worked at Cowden Manufacturing for nearly 40 years, retiring in the mid 1980's much to the dismay of her co-workers.
She leaves behind great memories and funny stories told by her immediate survivors including one sister Louise Wingate of Hope; two nieces Becky (Randy)Crump of Flemingsburg and Lois Butler of Stulltown; two nephews Jim (Libby) Wingate of Hope and Kenny (Cindy) Stull of Mt. Sterling; and five great nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by three brothers Tommy Stull, Claude Stull, and Clifton Stull; one sister Pearl Stull and a nephew Mark Stull.
Friends may visit from 12-2 p.m. on Tuesday at Richardson Funeral Home. Funeral Services will be held at 2 p.m. on Tuesday and burial will follow in the Owingsville Cemetery.