Horace H. Bullard

Horace H. BullardHorace H. Bullard, 89, of Granby died Thursday February 19, 2015 in Seneca Hill Manor. Mr. Bullard was born in Fulton the son of the late David and Aurel (Vanlinder) Bullard. Mr. Bullard was a lifetime resident of Fulton and after his retirement he enjoyed spending winters in Orange City Florida. He worked as a meat cutter at Bullard’s Grocery Store in Fulton, and a clerk at Black-Clawson, Fulton, and he retired in 1988 as a dispatcher for the City of Fulton. Mr. Bullard was a communicant of Granby Methodist Church. He enjoyed golfing and was a golf ranger at Griffin’s Greens in Oswego. Mr. Bullard also enjoyed bowling, playing the drums, and he was a square dance caller. He was predeceased by his wife Betty Bullard in 2011, and son Edward Hubbard in 2005. Mr. Bullard is survived by son Everett Hubbard of Liverpool, daughters Rose (Jerry) Griffin of Granby, Toni (Dennis) Gigliotti of Glenfield, daughter-in-law Marcis Hubbard of Oswego, 15 grandchildren, 24 great grandchildren, and 4 great great grandchildren. Mr. Bullard was also predeceased by his brothers Howard, Tracy, Carl, Ernest, Edwin, Charles, Frederick and Roy Bullard, and sisters Martha Meldrum, Theda Ouderkirk, and Florence Swenson. Graveside services will be in the spring at Fairdale Cemetery. The arrangements are in the care of the Sugar Funeral Home, 224 W. 2nd. St. Fulton. Donations may be made to activity center at Seneca Hill Manor, 20 Manor Dr. Oswego, NY 13126.

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  1. Mr. and Mrs. Bullard were the salt of the earth…Best neighbors ever…They’d bring treats to the kids while they were up in the tree house…they’d give gigantic Nestle’s chocolate bars to them for Halloween…Hordie and his wife were always there for us…and they personified that good old hometown quality when they visited their summer home in Orange City, Florida…People like Horace will be surely missed…but we hope to continue their kindness legend,,Our utmost love to their grandchildren and family…one of whom persisted until he found us and could share the news of Hordie’s passing…
    May Mr. Bullard Rest In Peace and may we continue to remember him as a role model and continue his legend…GOD BLESS Mr. Bullard.

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