Hulin K. Talley (83) of Toledo

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Published on February 18 2013 11:08 am

Hulin K. Talley, 83, of Toledo, IL passed away at 10:10 am on Saturday, February 16, 2013 at his residence.

Funeral services will be at 10:00 on Wednesday February 20th 2013 at the Toledo Christian Church. Visitation will be from 6:00 to 8:00 pm on Tuesday February 19, 2013 at the Barkley Funeral Chapel in Toledo, IL. Burial with full Military rites will be in the Toledo Cemetery.

Hulin was born in Salem, IL on January 15, 1930 to Frank & Lurel (Brown) Talley. He married Marilyn Yvonne Brubaker in Mt. Vernon on December 15, 1951.

Surviving is his loving wife of 61 years; children Marty (Kathy) Talley of Lawton, OK, Cindy (Dan) Ozier of St. Joseph, IL, Mark (Brenda) Talley of Toledo, Kenneth Talley of Springfield, Yvonne (Tom) Hand of Effingham and James (Amy) Talley of Greenup; 21 grandchildren Cristi Talley, Chad Talley, McKenzie Talley, Sarah (Chad) Musselman, Amanda (Justin) Voigt, Jacob Ozier, Nikki (Jason) Hetzel, Brooke Talley, Logan Talley, Keith Myers, Jodi (Justn) Harmala, Jaclyn (Brad) Getz, Ciara (Mike) Daume, Shea Talley, Danaille (Tony) Huffman, Christopher Ethridge, Brandon Ethridge, Olivia Fritcher, Andrew Talley, Alex Talley and Treyden Talley; 11 great grandchildren Rowan, Maddux, Tessa, Hadley, Harper, Dylan, Jude, Macy, Lynlie, Alli and Henley.

Hulin was preceded in death by his parents, Sister Helen Crane, Brother Herbert and one great grandson Connor.

Hulin served his country in the Army during the Korean War where he received the Bronze Star metal. Hulin worked in the LP Gas Industry for over 40 years. He was a past Toledo Volunteer Fireman; he was a life member and past commander of the Toledo American Legion, Life member of the Greenup VFW, and member of the 45th Infantry Division Assoc. He also was an avid St. Louis Cardinal Fan.

Memorials can be made to either Lincolnland Hospice or the Toledo Christian Church.