Brendan Davis-Hulse

Obituary of Brendan Lee Davis-Hulse

It is with deep sadness that we announce the untimely death of Brendan Lee Davis-Hulse, age 21, of Parker, CO, tragically passed away due to a Car Accident on Mainstreet and Parker Rd. on Saturday, August 12, 2023. He was born on June 22, 2002 in Cincinnati Ohio. 

(Brendan was having dinner with a young lady in a restaurant on Mainstreet meeting her father for the first time he dressed very nice, one of my favorite colors on him a red polo!) 

He is survived by his parents: His Loving Mother, Amy Hudnall-Hulse; His Father, Greg Hulse and Brother, His "turkey boy" younger as well as closest and beloved brother-Aidan Davis-Hulse and Father, Jonathan and Erica (Step Mother) Davis. Along with Various Aunts, Uncles, other grandparents. 

Also survived by: Grandparents Lee U. Hudnall, Rebecca R. Hudnall, and numerous others. Brendan’s closest Aunts and Uncles as well as cousins growing up are:Uncle Justin Hudnall, Aunt Leah Joy Hudnall, Cousin Emma Hudnall, Ethan Hudnall, and Elijah Hudnall. Survived by his Uncle Luke U. Hudnall Aunt Ruth K. Hudnall and cousins Sophia Nicole Hudnall and Olivia Claire Hudnall.

Brendan was also survived by: Cousins Blake, Jaxson, Xander, Austin, and Cherish. As well as so many family and friends not enough room to mention you know who you are to Brendan. He loved everyone deeply.

Saturday, September 2, 2023 at Greenlawn Cemetery, 687 Us Highway 50, Milford OH 451406 (Meet under the Tent outside for Funeral Graveside Services)

Reception & Brendan's Celebration of Life to follow funeral graveside service at: Newlife Fellowship 4652 Shepard Road, Batavia Ohio 45103 from 11:00am following Service-1:30 pm.

When writing an obituary I have read I should, tap into how will the death of the person you love, how they will be genuinely remembered by those who loved them. That's all I needed to finish this obituary. On the other hand Brendan keeps on giving even in his death.  His life and memories and voice and beautiful soul will always be in our presence. He's in the arms of the angels now. Brendan had salvation is Christian who believed in Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior. Due to Brendan's various conversations with his mother and grandmother as well as nephews, Uncles and many Aunt's, he always made it clear how much the Bible and prayer meant to him. Brendan made it a point to tell me stories about the Bible and interrupt those scriptures oh how we all cherished those times.

 Healing and grief are a part of Brendan's tragic death at such a young age. What we do know is Brendan had spoken many times as a young man about the world, which direction he should chose for a career path. One day he was asking for CSU in Colorado for College, the next we were filling out paperwork and or calling Universities.  As the story goes in 1976, at the age of 30, Vince Papale tried out for the Philadelphia Eagles, made the team, and became the oldest rookie in the history of the NFL. He still holds records today and Brendan's vison, dreams, hopes and desires were telling me "If only mom I could do that the world would see how talented and what an amazing football player I am, mom I have mad" "skills I'm tough and stronger than I appear" (I think he just wanted me to know he could handle this tough challenge too. I told Brendan time after time "you do not need to have everything figured out at the age of 21 or whether it was 19" I explained to him as his mother not everyone has a  map of exactly what they know 100% what is "calling them for a life of serving, working ultimately their purpose on this earthly life" 

 He attempted every opportunity he could. I'm proud of some of the stories I have learned about all the sales my Oldest Brendan and first born son achieved and accomplished. A Mother's love of course writing this is unconditional but I'd like you to know Brendan was not just a soft spoken good man, he was a kind a patient gentle listener. It’s almost as if speaking with Brendan he wanted you to pick a topic-any topic and he wanted to be a part of how you are and what you are thinking or going through. This could be serious funny or sad to Brendan he didn't have a preference.

 A kind soft spoken good man. As a little boy when I would drop him off at Daycare or pick him up those Daycare workers LOVED my "bean boy" Brendan! When around anyone he was liked by everybody. Brendan absolutely loved sports! Brendan loved watching football anything Cincinnati Bengals, or Ohio State as well as a new young love for boxing. We, obviously not knowing his tragic death would be just around the corner but the last boxing fight we watched together was Jake Paul the Ohio YouTube Star and now boxer I suppose. Brendan loved when we would all sit and watch "the fight" come on Saturday nights. He watched UFC with me and I watched movies I didn't always care for but we did it for him. As well as all the filming he did for his brother Aidan Davis #15 for Parker Pop Warner until High School Brendan never missed a practice or a game to cheer Aidan on and film the team and his little brother. I remember Brenan getting so much praise not just from us but the coach Brad Baptise, team moms and Aidan's team mates. Brendan did this for our Chinese exchange student we had one year his name is "Peanut" and lived with us and went to school with Brendan. Brendan studied the Chinese Language and "peanut" studied English with many other exchange students. At the end of the High School's Student Exchange program, once again Brendan asked and collected pictures from all families and put together a video for each Chinese and American student to keep forever. It has been the coolest thing watching our son grow up and his tastes changing. Although he leaves many broken hearts I believe I will see my son again in Eternal Life the Lord promises of. This gives me light, a Beacon of Hope and peace. I hope you find the same in your own loved ones or loss of a loved one. The entire family was and is in a state of shock and unimaginable pain without Brendan. Brendan Lee Davis-Hulse we miss you so very much, only God knows all the tears that have been collected in heaven for will go on in our hearts forever and we will never stop loving or talking about you. 

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1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Tuesday, August 22, 2023
Ponderosa Valley Funeral Services
10470 S. Progress Way, #106
Parker, Colorado, United States
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