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Service held for Dale Gene Hulstine

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Service held for Dale Gene Hulstine

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Funeral services for Dale Gene Hulstine were held Friday, April 26, 2019 at 1:00 PM at the Assembly of God Church of Wetumka, Oklahoma.  Interment followed at the Wetumka Cemetery.

Dale Gene Hulstine was born November 13, 1931 in Eakly, Oklahoma to Jesse and Bethel (Mc-Gee) Hulstine.  He passed away Sunday, April 21, 2019 in Littleton, Colorado at the age of 87.

Mr. Hulstine owned and operated a grocery store and car wash in Wetumka, Oklahoma for 27 years.  He also pipelined, worked in the oilfield, drove a Pepsi Cola truck

and a cement truck.  His last job was a trucking business that he owned and operated until his health made it so he couldn’t continue and his son, Steve Hulstine, took over the day to day operations until his death.  On September 29, 1951; he married Betty Kiser.

He is preceded in death by his parents; one son, Steve Hulstine; two sisters and one brother.

   Survivors include his wife of 67 years; Betty Hulstine; daughter, Vicki Hulstine and husband David Laughrey of Tulsa, Oklahoma; granddaughter, Lindsey Langer and husband Brian; grandson, Devin Medeiros and wife Amanda; great-grandchildren, Drake Langer, Preston Langer, Raymond Langer, Brent Langer, Kaeleen Langer, Griffen Langer, Joy Langer, Amilia Langer, Alexis Medeiros, Leo Langer, Bladen Langer and Logan Langer.

He is also survived by nephews, Jeff Hulstine, Roger Dale Brewer and Gary Brewer; extended family, T.J. Carter and wife Casey and their children, Trey and Easton; Misty Giles and children, Keenen, Grace, Cody and Coley and Tina Carter and children, Sebastin, Bailey, Booda and Natalie.

Serving as pallbearers

were Brian Langer, Drake Langer, Preston Langer, Raymond Langer, Brent Langer, Griffen Langer, David Laughrey and Donnie Gooden.

Honorary bearers included Finis Pack, Hartsell Brinlee, Bob Wilbourn, Rick Summy, Shawn Summy, Randy Bray, Rick Griggs, Matt McBride, Mark Goodson and Ben Bachus.

Services were under the direction of Parks Brothers Funeral Home, Okemah, Oklahoma and officiated by Pastor Curt Bellinger.

Online condolences may be made at www.ParksBrothersFuneralHome.com.