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July 17, 2018

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October 10, 2017
My sincerest condolences to your family.

May the God of all comfort grant you strength and peace during this most difficult time.

PD-GA
October 10, 2017
Jim Bullard will never be forgotten by those of us fortunate enough to have been trained by him as Police Recruits, but he was so much more than a self defense instructor. He was poised, kind, and didn't pull punches verbally or physically when teaching. He knew that we would need all the skills he taught to survive in a dangerous job. He made us "Look forward to being attacked". Translated, he wanted every officer to go home at the end of his/her shift. My sincere condolences to his family.
October 5, 2017
Mary, may we extend our sincerest regrets
on the passing of your wonderful husband,
Jim, who inspired so many of us police officers
whom he taught during his great career.
Jim made us all safer, with his training
riding with us on every shift.
Jim spoke so lovingly of you many times
to those of us who worked daily with him
at the police academy. Your many years
of happiness together gave an enduring
example to everyone who knew you both.
We saw this strong man when he became
so proud to take you to the opera with him
on his arm. Lt Jim Bullard was a man of
class with the heart of a lion when it
came to protecting you and all women
by his special classes for ladies.
God Bless you, Mary, for sharing Jim
with the rest of us all those decades.
October 5, 2017
They broke the mold when they made this man. A firm believer in fitness and exercise, he was one of those men you have respect for by mere appearance. No bluster, no excess bravado, no swagger or false pretense. He was the real deal.

A very good friend to my family for many years long before I came on the Memphis Police Department. He gave no favor and did not expect you to ask for any. He was straight down the line and fully expected you to be, no matter the age differences, ethnicity, or backgrounds.

He was also a strong believer in getting as much education as you can and as he once told me, "Never stop reading or learning. No one has a complete knowledge of everything!"

He was a remarkable man and had the greatest self confidence in his abilities. He wanted all of us to have that same self confidence as policemen. Not in an overbearing way, but with the self confidence that comes with doing what is right, every time, every way.

He really was the embodiment of the words on the Memphis Police Department seal: Knowledge, Courage, Integrity.

I thank God I knew him.