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1928 - 2016 Obituary Condolences
Richard Straw "Dick" Bullock Obituary
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July 23, 2018

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February 10, 2016
Sorry to hear of your fathers passing our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Mr. & Mrs. Mike Leslie
February 10, 2016
"Thank you for your service",Colonel Bullock.
February 8, 2016
I met the colonel in the early 1970's. I was R.S. Bullock Jr's college roommate. I remember being impressed by all of the mementos from a lifetime of service and travel in their home when they lived on base at the War College. The meaning of the military related mementos boggled the mind but were interesting none the less.I remember him coming onto the Penn State campus in 1972 in uniform to pick up my room mate for a holiday or term break. My impression was that there was a statement to be made,in those days, and he carried it off with quiet authority and dignity. I was also impressed that he spoke to me and all of his son's friends as if we were adults! also worth mentioning, the 200th anniversary of the Carlisle Barracks. A gang of us showed up dressed as well as 1970's college students could pull off, a "formal look," I believe to this day, that Colonel and Mrs. Bullock were impressed with our efforts.
Colonel Bullock, I know you preferred martinis but every time we visited your home, with notice, your refrigerator contained a full case of beer. For that small gesture and your great contribution we salute you, you defined it, Duty Honor Country.
February 7, 2016
Dear Marge and Family, I heard of Dick's death yesterday. And I began praying for the repose of his soul and especially for your grieving family last evening. I will continue my prayers for all.
I know Dick since he was the Baseball Czar at CBKS in the 1970. We got to be better friends when we became neighbors on Alters Rd. and we would interrupt his walk and my grass cutting to chat. We exchanged pleasant greetings and small talk about our health, family, weather and the world in general. I tried to time my chores to his walk as I enjoyed the friendship and discussions so much. Dick was fun to talk to and easy to like. We both enjoyed a little levity. I am very saddened by his passing. I extend my heartfelt condolences to all.
Your neighbor at 8 Alters Rd.