Date of Death:  March 6, 2022

Service Details

Visitation will be held Saturday, March 12, 2022 from 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. at Hohner Funeral Home, 1004 Arnold St., Three Rivers. A memorial service will follow at 1:00 p.m. at the funeral home.

Obituary Notice

Lewis Arthur Lull, 64, of Schoolcraft, passed away Sunday, March 6, 2022 at his home.

He was born October 15, 1957 in Three Rivers, the son of James and Bessie (Bell) Lull. He later lived in Decatur and Marcellus as well.

Lewis attended Schoolcraft High School and went on to work at Weyerhaeuser for 23 years. He was a dedicated employee known for his work ethic.

He loved playing darts, riding his Harley, hunting and fishing.

Remaining to cherish Lewis’ memory are his sons, Joshua (Kortney) Lull and Steven (Shannon Miles) Lull; daughter, Ashley (Michael Weedall) Lull; grandchildren, Jackson, Carter and Brayden; brother, Steve Lull.

He was preceded in death by parents; his step-father, Walt LaForge; one sister, Nancy Douglas; one brother, Gary Lull.

Additional Information

Donations in Lewis’ memory may be directed to the American Cancer Society. Envelopes are available at the funeral home.

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  1. Lewis was a really great friend of mine and I’m so sorry I’m just finding out he has a service and never heard a word about it. I just got my phone activated and was scrolling through and saw his photo.Ive even been over to the house and checking on little Gary to see how he is doing.My heart goes out to the whole family and friends Gary and Lewis were my brothers from another mother and I’m missing them already.had just been over to visit with Gary and he said he hadn’t talked with lewy in about a month because he was in therapy and I said your sounding like your struggling for a breath of air just from getting the trash can and mail.floored me when my brother told me he had passed.Rip Brothers

  2. R.I.P Uncle Lewis. I have so many memories from being small and spending all the holidays together at grandmas house. Every weekend growing up we always went to Uncle Lewis’s house.
    Josh, Steve, & Ashley we were always together then. You guys are all in my heart, always have been even though we grew and moved apart.
    We will get through this hard start of the year together. We will honor our fathers how they would want.
    This is the hardest thing I have ever been through, but I’m glad I have you all.
    If you need anything please let me know. Even if it is a year from now.
    I love you guys. So sorry all of this has happened so fast to us all.

  3. I just want to say my condolences to Lewis Lulls Children aunt carol loves you all with all my heart I’ve known your dad since I was probably 16 and your mom and I hung out a lot playing dice at grandma’s house your dad was a hard worker and a good man had a lot of great times with you all keep your chins up I know how very hard it is ill always be here for you if u need me love aunt carol

  4. I am incredibly saddened to hear this news. Lewis and his children came into my life when I was a young child. And for whatever reason, I needed him at that time to look up to as a father figure that showed love. He left a lasting impression on me as the fondness I had of him always remained in my heart. I have and always will cherish those memories. RIP

    • My heart goes out to to the lull family for your lost lewie and Gary were both good men they will be missed dearly lewie spent everyday with us gonna miss him giving Dayton a hard time just being there everyday seem so strange not seeing him or talking to me rip my dear friend until we meet again❤

  5. Sorry for you kids losing your father. He was always a wild man, he had a great spirit and was a tough guy! I will always love and miss him and his brother. Both my brother’s.

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