What a true "gentleman." Our time in Worthington (Columbus) and our association with the church there would have all been worth it if Allan was the only person we met. I am sadden by his passing, but know that only a few in this life have the impact he had. He will be missed, but his example with be a treasure to many and his legacy will touch many more.
Mr. Worthington Foods!! A wonderful example of a Christian business man that worked hard for his employees, family, friends, and investors. He will be missed!!
i have fond (and humorous) memories of mr. buller, being a long-time friend of his daughter suzy, thom, and their family. what a great man. blessings on him and on all of you.
I have very fond memories of working at the food company and knowing Allan.
Knowing and experiencing and just being around this gentle man has been a gift. Watching his many talents of giving in all ways has been a true experience that one does not see often. He was among the others that drew together a community (Worthington) in helping to create what it is today. He gave of himself to the church sharing God from their home and giving of himself through the venue of many other worthy projects. There is a myriad of accolades that can be given to him but I see one of his greatest is in the way that he conducted himself through, for and by his God that filtered through his home life along with his life mate, Mickey. Their children and grandchildren are a testament to how they lived their lives...together in God. I am so thankful for his sharing his life, being the upright gentleman in God that he was, so that others have been inspired by their observance of him and seeing the results that his life portrayed. God bless you, his family in going forward without him in your sorrow, but, your solace is that one day, when he next opens his eyes he will be looking into the face of Jesus.! Much love.
My thoughts are with you & my heart aches. Allan helped so much when Ken was killed. He showed care & concern that meant so much to me & my children. I'll never forget his kindness & support.
Dear Buller Family, We are deeply sadden at the loss of your father. He was a great man and an inspiration to all. You are in our prayers. God Bless.
Jonathan and Melodie Koo and Family
Having grown up in Worthington and attended church services and school with some of Mr. Buller's children, I remember having a very clear impression that he was an honest, fair, upstanding Christian Gentleman. My thoughts and prayers are with all those who loved him!
To all of the Buller Family, Mr Buller always treated me like a member of the family and never like hired help. He always included me in his prayers and I felt blessed by that. This whole family means the world to me and if I can do anything for any of you please let me know. God bless you all and give you strength during these times. Bari Vanderveer
It was a pleasure working with Allan over the last several years, and I know that he touched many lives with his zest for living. He always had many great stories and insights to share and was a pleasure to be around. He was one of the good ones.
I met and knew Allan via the Dublin-Worthington Rotary Club. Whenever I have thought of him it is of a very kind and gentle man and gentleman in the sense of being proper, fair, considerate and honorable. It has been a great pleasure to have known him.
Dear Susie and family. I have been so lucky to have known you dad. What a kind and generous man.He was such a wonderful fiend to My dear Ken. Ken loved when your dad visited him in his frame shop. My he rest in the arms of our heavenly Father.