Chief deputy prosecutor passes

Tevis Hull

Boundary County Chief Deputy Prosecutor Tevis Hull, 63, died unexpectedly of natural causes Wednesday evening, January 3, 2024, in Sagle. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, January 12, at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Stake Center at 602 Schweitzer Cutoff Road, Sandpoint. Tevis was a long time attorney in the Sandpoint area who had worked for Boundary County Prosecutor’s Office for a total of nearly 16 years.

Tevis’s friends and colleagues in the prosecutor’s office and county employees will miss him greatly and offer sincere condolences to his family.

“Tevis was an exceptional friend, mentor, and attorney. His passing is a great loss to Boundary County and to the Prosecutor’s Office”, said Andrakay Pluid, Boundary County Prosecutor.

Boundary County Commissioner Tim Bertling said about Mr. Hull’s passing “I’m just very sad. He was a really good person, and his integrity was impeccable. This is a huge loss to our community.”

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  1. I had the pleasure of knowing Tevis for over twenty years. He served as my Boundary County Deputy Prosecuting Attorney for many years. He was a good friend, a reliable staff member, and a conscientious attorney. He was dedicated to the job, but he was so much more, too. He was a very good family man, honest and fair with others. I always believed he had very high morals and good legal ethics. He will be missed by many, including myself. It is heart-breaking to lose a good friend the way we lost Tevis, but that is the hand fate dealt him and us. God bless you, Tevis. I will always remember you and be grateful.

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