Mildred Bullard

Mildred Bullard, 92, of Homosassa, Florida, and formerly of Fulton, went to be with her Lord on Tuesday August 4, 2015.

Born in Yonkers, NY, on March 23, 1923, Mildred lived most of her life in the Fulton area. She sold her house in 2006 and traveled for a while, staying with her daughter in New Jersey, her son in Oklahoma, and finally settling in Florida in 2008. Mildred married Tracey Bullard Sr. on August 23, 1942. Tracey and Mildred lived their life together in Fulton while raising their six children. Throughout her life, Mildred devoted herself to the needs of her husband and children. She also found great happiness in practicing her faith, and devoted herself to helping out her church family and raising her children to believe in the power of prayer and the Love of God for all of us. She was a staunch supporter of the St. Jude’s Children Research Hospital, as well as many children’s and veterans’ charities. In her leisure time she enjoyed the company of dear friends, participated in a Fulton City Bowling League and attended Holy Family Church Bingo. Her greatest joys, though, came from family time with her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren, especially at the holidays.

Mildred was predeceased by her husband; her sister, Betty Calabra; her step-sister, Bon Tuminello; and her grandson, Joseph Wood. She is survived and will be greatly missed by her children: Tracey ( Anita) Bullard of Florida, Charlene (Robert) Furlani of New Jersey, Lou Ann (Jim) Monahan of Massachusetts, Faye Wood of New York, Edwin (Michelle) Bullard of Oklahoma and Robert (Anne) Bullard of New York. She also leaves to cherish her memory her sister, Jean; as well as 13 grandchildren and their spouses; eight great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews.

Calling hours will be held Monday, August 10, from 5-7 p.m. at the Sugar Funeral Home, 224 W. Second St. S., Fulton.

An interment service will be held on August 11 at noon at Our Lady of Peace Cemetery, Baldwinsville, NY

2 thoughts on “Mildred Bullard

  1. Rob & Annie,
    Our prayers go out to you and your siblings as you grieve the loss of your Mom. May our God of comfort and peace sustain you today and in the days ahead as you say your goodbyes. And may each of you grasp the hope that you will see her again one day in her eternal home!

  2. Bobby I know what it is like to lose a brother to such a seffuring disease at a young age. The missing,hurt,pain and feeling of loss will always be there. But in time it will still be there, but not as bad it is now. God Bless you and especially his family who are left here for a season, but soon to see each other again. Amen.

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