Notes for RANDALL SILAS HULET:
Son of David Willard and Alice (Randall) Hulet.
Born: April 18, 1927 in Driggs, Teton County, Idaho.
Died: December 26, 1974 in Dillon, Beaverhead County, Montana.
Buried: December 30, 1974 in Mt. View Cemetery, Dillon, Beaverton County, Montana.
Eagle Scout with Silver Palm.
Bet. July 1950 - February 1952: Assistant Ward Clerk of Chandler Ward.
Bet. February 1950 - 1963: Assistant Boy Scout Scoutmaster.
Blessing: May 1, 1927 - by David W Hulet - Driggs, Teton, Idaho.
Blessing: September 6, 1942 - recieved Patriarchal
Blessing by Franklin Thomas Pomeroy.
Baptism: May 4, 1935 - LDS - by Harold Lemoreaux - Chandler, Maricopa County, Arizona.
Confirmation: May 5, 1935 - by Owen L Stewart - Mesa, Maricopa County, Arizona.
Education: 1941 graduated from Chandler Grade School; 1954 - graduated from Chandler High School; Was in National Honor Society and won a medal in Science and Music.
Ordination: February 30, 1941 - Deacon - received the Aaronic Priesthood and ordained by Marion P Thatcher Chandler, Maricopa, Arizona.
Ordination: August 30, 1942 - Office of Teacher by Donald Ellsworth.
Ordination: August 26, 1946 - received the Melchezidic Priesthood and ordanied to Office of an Elder by William R Ellsworth.
Ordination: A seventy - Salmon, Lemhi, Idaho.
Occupation: Elders Quorum Secretary and Second Counselor.
Married: Eva Lorraine Johnson June 27, 1947 in Arizona Mormon Temple, ?, Arizona. Ceremony performed by Melvin Johnson.
Dillon Tribune Examiner - Dec 27 1974
RANDALL HULET DIES SUDDENLY
Randall S. Hulet, 47, died Thursday noon at his Dillon ranch home. Death was caused by an apparent heart attack, according to Beaverhead County Coroner Walter Brundage.
Funeral services will be conducted Monday at 2 in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day-Saints with Bishop Ben Stoddard officiating. Interment will be in Mountain View Cemetery.
Mr. Hulet was born April 18, 1927, Driggs, Idaho, and had lived in Arizona and Ellis, Idaho, before moving to Dillon in 1966. He married Eva Lorraine Johnson in 1947 at Mesa, Ariz. The Hulets had just returned to Dillon from a trip to Hawaii and Arizona.
Mr. Hulet was active in the LDS Church and was instrumental in bringing a branch of the LDS Geneological Library to Dillon. He was a counselor for the Sunday School and as high priest, group leader and choir president in the Dillon First Ward.
He was an Eagle Scout and served as district commissioner for the local Boy Scout program.
Survivors besides his widow include daughters Mrs. Alice Schell of Denton, Mrs. Katherine Cox of Honolulu, Mrs. Eva Ann Stout of Polaris, Martha and Lorraine of Dillon; sons Steve of Holloman AFB, N. M., David and James, both of Dillon; his mother Mrs. Alice Hulet of Dillon; brothers David of Texas, John, and Glen, both of Dillon; and eight grandchildren.