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Aubrey Hull

Aubrey McMillan Hull

Sunday, September 3rd, 1989 - Friday, October 30th, 2020
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On Friday, October 30, 2020, Aubrey Cinnamon Hull, nee McMillan, passed away from acute liver failure of unknown etiology. She was thirty-one-years old, and lived for fifteen of those years in pain, with frequent bouts of severe illness that left her hospitalized, and for which no cause could be found. However, she was very good at hiding her pain, and few people realized how much she was suffering.

What they did notice was that Aubrey was a beautiful young woman, who had a bold sense of style. Her outfits were always on point, and she was a girly-girl, who liked to have her hair, makeup, and nails done. She liked to be noticed, and she was hard to ignore. When she walked into a room, she became the center of attention. She was loud, exuberant, and full of life. She loved to shop, to dress her children with the same sense of style she radiated, and to entertain family and friends. This sometimes camouflaged the fact that she was a sensitive soul and easily hurt. Aubrey was very creative and expressed herself through beautiful art and poetry, becoming a published poet at age fourteen.

Though Aubrey had many talents, her pride and joy was her five children. Each pregnancy was extremely difficult, but she gladly braved that risk to bring her children into the world, and she loved them fiercely. She would do anything for her children; they were her whole world. She was a good mother, very attentive and caring, and she always put their needs ahead of her own. Of course, she made mistakes, and living in constant pain as she did eventually led her down the road to addiction. Even then, though, she did what was best for her children, and allowed her mother to take them while she struggled. Though the battle lasted several years, she was a fighter, and she finally managed to overcome her addiction.

Her greatest regret was that she lost custody of her two older children during those dark times. While her oldest son was able to stay in frequent contact with his mother, her second oldest was not able to see her for several years, and she knew that he felt she had abandoned him. What she would have wanted him to know though, is that, although it might have seemed that she was forgetting about him, it wasn’t because she didn’t love him, but because she loved him so much it hurt to be without him. Aubrey wanted nothing more than to be with all of her children as often as possible, Xavier Worley, age thirteen, Zachariah Whiteted, age eleven, Isaac Hull, age seven, Ariel Winters, age three, and her youngest bundle of joy, Za’riah Howard, age four-months.

She was thinking about her children, and her family, until the very end of her life. As she lay ill this final time, she called her aunt, Melonie Young, to ask how she was faring after dental surgery, and to tell her uncle, Joe Young, that she loved him. That was Aubrey. . . always thinking about others. She even thought to leave a love note, before she was hospitalized, where it would be found by her fiance, LoVaughn Howard, and a list of who should look after the children, in case something should happen to her. While her organizational skills were enviable, it is her thoughtfulness, kindness, and generosity that will be greatly missed by her siblings, Ethan Campbell and Liliana Horton, as well as by her grandmother, Karen Kilpatrick, countless aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.

Her step-father and mother, Matthew and Angela Horton, will also mourn her loss, loving her and missing her as long as they live, and vowing to always keep her alive in her children’s memories. They are so very proud of the woman she became, and grateful for the time they got to spend with her in this world, yet they are also thankful that Aubrey can finally rest in peace, and find respite from her suffering. Aubrey believed in forgiveness, and found Christ, so the
family knows that their beautiful girl, Aubrey, is now watching over her children from heaven. She’s there with her father, Douglas McMillan, and the family hopes to see her, and be warmed by her presence, again... one day.

To help the family celebrate her life, you are invited to share stories and memories during the visitation at Conner and Koch Life Celebration Home (92 W. Franklin St, Bellbrook, OH 45305) from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm on Saturday, November 7th with Life Celebration Service to follow at 2:00 pm. You are welcome to send a condolence, share a story, or upload a picture of Aubrey at www.ConnerAndKoch.com.

During this difficult time, if you are feeling ill or unhealthy in any way, you are encouraged to pay your respects in alternative methods, such as sending a sympathy card or sharing a memory through Aubrey's online book of memories, here at www.ConnerAndKoch.com. In addition, the services will be streamed live via the internet. If you wish to view the services on the live stream, please reach out to funeral home to be added to the list. If you plan to attend services in person, be sure to bring your mask to wear while you are inside.
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  • Visitation

    Saturday, November 7th, 2020 | 1:00pm - 2:00pm
    When
    Saturday, November 7th, 2020 1:00pm - 2:00pm
    Location
    Conner & Koch Life Celebration Home
    Address
    92 W. Franklin St.
    Bellbrook, Ohio 45305
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    Notes
    During this difficult time, if you are feeling ill or unhealthy in any way, you are encouraged to pay your respects in alternative methods, such as sending a sympathy card or sharing a memory through Aubrey's online book of memories, here at www.ConnerAndKoch.com. In addition, the services will be streamed live via the internet. If you wish to view the services on the live stream, please reach out to funeral home to be added to the list. If you plan to attend services in person, be sure to bring your mask to wear while you are inside.
  • Life Celebration Memorial Service

    Saturday, November 7th, 2020 | 2:00pm
    When
    Saturday, November 7th, 2020 2:00pm
    Location
    Conner & Koch Life Celebration Home
    Address
    92 W. Franklin St.
    Bellbrook, Ohio 45305
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
  • Interment

    Location
    Bellbrook Cemetery
    Address
    3939 Upper Bellbrook Rd.
    BELLBROOK, OH 45305
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