Tahlequah Daily Press

Obituaries

April 22, 2013

Mary Bullock

TAHLEQUAH — Funeral services for Mary Lucille Bullock were held at 2 p.m., Saturday, April 20, 2013, at Green Country Funeral Home, with Revs. Jacob Jones and J.E. Cook officiating.

Pallbearers were James Wilson, Mike Wheeler, Eric Bellm, Rick Bellm, Brett Bardell, Brent Bardell and Brian Bardell. Honorary pallbearers were the adult men of the Southside Baptist Church Sunday school class.

Interment followed in the Tahlequah City Cemetery under the care of Green Country Funeral Home. Online condolences may be left at tahlequah funeral.com.

Mary Lucille Bullock was born March 12, 1934, in Collinsville, Okla., to Everett John Bryan and Virginia E. (Jamison) Bryan. Mary passed away on April 17, 2013, in Tahlequah at the age 79.

As a young girl, Mary’s family moved to Tahlequah. Mary grew up and attended school in the Needmore Community. On May 25, 1951, she married Tom Bullock and they shared over sixty one years of marriage at the time of her passing.

Mary loved to fish for crappie, but spent her life raising her family. She loved flowers, especially roses. She enjoyed her time at church, working with the young children and helping with their programs. Mary would also work as a minister’s wife, while Tom was preaching in the area country churches. Mary was a devoted wife and mother.

Mary was preceded in death by her parents and two brothers, Travis Bryan and Johnny Bryan.

She is survived by her husband, Tom of the home; her daughter, Carol Bellm and husband Rick of Pierce City, Mo.; two grandchildren, Eric Bellm and wife Erin of Oronogo, Mo., and Kristin Bucek and husband Graham of Friendswood, Texas; great-granddaughter Claire Bucek; sister Geraldean Warren of Owasso; and sister-in-law, Lavelle Bryan of Tahlequah.

Green Country Funeral Home, 203 S. Commercial Road, (918) 458-5055.

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