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In Memoriam
Leslie Anne HulseLeslie Anne Hulse
Leslie Anne Hulse, age 37, passed away on September 28, 2009, after a 3 ½ year battle with breast cancer.

Leslie Anne graduated from Carmel High school in 1990 and earned a Criminal Justice Degree from Indiana University in 1994. Leslie was a 10-year veteran of the Fishers Police Department and was also a member of the S.W.A.T. team. She most recently served as a member of the Special Investigations Unit focusing on exposing and preventing human trafficking.

Leslie was a member of Heartland Church and her passion was serving her Lord and Savior. She used her cancer battle and her life and work as a way to glorify God and to serve Him in every way.

Leslie had a very large family of police officers and fire department personnel whose love and friendship gave her the strength to keep fighting and brought joy and comfort to Leslie and her family during the final stage of her illness. Leslie lived every day of her life with a smile on her face and in service to others. She never knew a stranger. She has touched many lives and will be missed by all.

Please consider a donation to World Hope International, the Saint Vincent's Cancer Care Research Center, Heartland Church, Susan G. Komen for the Cure, or your preferred cancer charity.

Raymond Earl MoulderRaymond Earl Moulder

Raymond Earl Moulder, affectionately known as "Bud," loyally served Fishers Volunteer Fire Department for seven years and rose through the ranks to become Assistant Chief of the department. On October 13, 1967, at the young age of 28, he responded on his last call.

Moulder responded with Fishers Volunteer Fire Department to assist neighboring Noblesville with a blaze in their downtown district. Fire spread quickly through multiple buildings, requiring many area departments to come and help with fire control and extinguishment. Moulder was working as part of a team in an area close to a building on fire when a puff of dark black smoke erupted followed shortly by an explosion. Moulder, upon spotting the plume of dark smoke, immediately shouted for others to evacuate the area and pushed a fellow firefighter out of harm's way. Saving the firefighter's life only by inches, and losing himself in the steep pile of rubble and debris, Moulder lost his life.

Moulder, a lifelong resident of Fishers, graduated from Fishers High School and began his family here. He was survived by five young children and a wife of nine years. His void will be felt by many for years still to come.