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Albert Julian Tully Jr.

Mobile, Alabama

Jul 10, 1938 – Jun 3, 2018 (Age 79)

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Albert Julian Tully, Jr., M.D. July 10, 1938 – June 3, 2018 "His life was gentle; and the elements so mix'ed in him, that Nature might stand up and say to all the world, This was a man!" - Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare After a life enriched by his loving family and dear...

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I did not see this obituary until today. I want his family to know that my husband, Pryor Williams, always spoke highly of both Toni and Albert. I do remember his stories about sleeping on their sofa while both he and Albert were attending Vandy.
Sandra Williams

To the Tully family:
I got to work with Dr. Tully when he came to Baptist Montclair. It was always a pleasure to work with him as he was always pleasant, and such a gentleman. I also got to work with his son. He taught him well. I know
he will be missed tremendously. My condolences and prayers are with you.
Dottie Ammon

To the extended Tully family:

I grew up in Mobile a year behind Albert and I knew and liked both Albert and Toni during high school years.

Later, at the University of Alabama, I played on the D. K. E. Intramural Football Team with Albert.

He was a great athlete, a fine doctor, and a friend that I did not get to see near enough.

As an intern, he delivered one of my sons and we celebrated that event for more hours than were probably necessary.

Albert was a true man of the heart, caring about everyone in his path of life. Albert was a good friend as well as co-worker. Devoted to serving. I am blessed to have known him. Love to you and Toni in Heaven, Margaret

Sending positive thoughts and prayers to the family. Dr. Tully was such a wonderful man. Love Vicki Goldstein

I send my condolences to Al's family
friends. May he rest in peace.

Met Albert and Toni just after they got married and later at U of Ala. They are great memories. They were great people.

roy shoemaker

One of the truly great guys, went to grade school, Barton and Murphy and Bama with your Dad. There was no doubt he would succeed in what ever he under took. Also knew Toni -saw both at 50th anniversary of class of 56. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Marshall Hall Groom

Thanks for all the great memories my friend . Peace be with you and your family. See you later. Willie McRaney,