GRAND PRAIRIE, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – A celebration of life is set for Friday in Dallas to honor the memory of Grand Prairie ISD Superintendent Susan Hull, who died Monday after a motorcycle crash while on vacation in Arizona on Sunday.

Hull, 60, had a stroke, causing her to veer off the road and crash, according to family member posts on Facebook.

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Dr. Susan Hull (Credit: Grand Prairie ISD)

The celebration of life event happens at Dallas Baptist University’s Pilgrim Chapel at 10:00 a.m. Friday, July 12.

Her funeral will be held Saturday in New Boston.

Hull was said to be an experienced motorcycle rider and often shared pictures of her Harley on social media.

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Susan Hull on Harley-Davidson motorcycle (Facebook)

Hull was a Texas educator for 39 years, serving as a teacher, coach, principal and superintendent, the school district said.

She was in her twelfth year as the Superintendent of the Grand Prairie ISD. As a Texas Superintendent for almost three decades, Hull served in five school districts.

 

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