Larry Hultin (lot 37), In Memoriam

The Timber Valley community was saddened to learn of the passing of member Larry Hultin, lot 37.  Larry passed away on Nov. 26, 2022, in California. He suffered a stroke on October 7 and was hospitalized first at Oregon University Hospital, then in Fresno, CA.
Larry was born in St. Paul, MN. in 1938. When he was about eleven years old his family moved to the Los Angeles area. He worked several jobs ending up selling farm machinery. Larry moved into Timber Valley on July 11, 2006. He was an outdoorsman and fisherman. He was also a talented musician and played in the park with Larry Barry and the late Ed Bonham. He is survived by his companion Faith Hardin, daughter Robin and son Donn.


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5 Responses to Larry Hultin (lot 37), In Memoriam

  1. Peggy Russell says:

    Larry was a great guy, gifted with a wonderful, gravelly singing voice so fit for the songs he loved to sing. Carry on, Larry, around that campfire in the sky. You will be missed.

  2. LaVere Ames says:

    We met Larry years ago when he visited the park and was on the lot next to us. He had just finished a fishing trip in Alaska. We traded him canned tuna for a salmon. He said TV was the friendliest park he ever stayed in. A lady in the laundry helped him with his washing and then drove him and his clothes back to his lot as his transportation was still hooked up to his 5th wheel.
    A couple of years later when he returned he brought Faith up to meet us. A wonderful couple and true SKP’s. My prayers for you Faith in the loss of Larry.

  3. Elaine Teague says:

    A talented guitarist Larry played with other musicians in Parker Arizona RV communities. We would crowd into our Bermuda Palms Clubhouse to enjoy the music each Sunday evening. He helped bring much fun and joy!

  4. Kathryn Perry says:

    Only met Larry a few time. So glad to meet him and Faith. So very sorry for your Loss Faith.

  5. Fred Prout says:

    Larry was a great guy. Used to walk through the park with Faith and stop and shoot the breeze with all his friends. He will be sorely missed.

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