Photo courtesy of Starbuck-Lind Mortuary - Lompoc

Harry Haulenbeck Bristol

Lompoc, California

Feb 28, 1922 – Nov 20, 2012


Tuesday, February 28th 1922
Tuesday, November 20th 2012
Purdue University

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It was an honor to work with Bud. I remember him hot rodding his MR2 to Sunnyvale to our exercises.I always enjoyed talking with him. He will be greatly missed, but always remembered.

I will always think of you whenever watching a Purdue game or having "cocktail hour". Your humor always brought a smile to my face. They don't make them like you anymore. Thank you. It was an honor.

I still remember when Bud and Mom and us went to Sequoia on a camping trip...it was the most memorable vacations we have had...Bud we will remember the way you made us fill comfortable and welcome...you will be missed.

My deepest sympathy to you, Renee and your family. Know that Bud and Glen are "flying" high in the heavenly clouds.


Bud was always a gentleman. Proud of his family, his country, and his friends and golf partners. He will be deeply missed by all who were privileged to know him.

I can still remember 20 years ago when you taught me how to tell a male from a female lobster when you had me fishing for the female lobsters at Albertsons. You always had great stories to share with me. I will miss you.

I hope it's five-o'clock all day in heaven. Penny, Me and the rat miss you. Nancy

My dearest Bud, the house just doesn't feel the same since you left us. Your love for my mother was the greatest gift you could have given any stepdaughter. Your love for Country was proven with your never ending bravery and service to our United States of America. Your buriel at Arlington will be the buriel you deserve. You were the best example of what a good man should be. I love you and will always miss you. Debra

Bud always lived up to the Armed Forces motto of duty, honor, country. He will surely be missed by all. We will keep his family in our prayers and that the Lord will bring Bud to everlasting life.

Earl and Joan Severo


Harry's Obituaries

Retired Air Force Lt. Colonel Harry, Haulenbeck Bristol, of Lompoc, California, passed away peacefully at home on Tuesday, November 20. Burial will be in Arlington National Cemetery with full military honors. The date is still to be determined.Harry, "Bud," was born February 28, 1922,...

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