Robert Bullock
1930 - 2021
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Robert Bullock Jr. of Weymouth MA was born August 23, 1930 and passed away on January 20, 2021. Survived by his beloved wife Fran, sons Robert J. Bullock and his wife Dineen, of Brockton, William R. Bullock and his partner Robert Schrott of Greenfield, grandsons Robert J. Bullock Jr. and Christopher J. Bullock, sister, Brenda Gail Fowler and her husband Fred of Winterville, GA. Brother in Law, Robert Calabro and wife Judith of Whitman, Sister in Law Lorraine Roberts of Braintree and Angie Ryan of West Quincy. Also survived by many nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews. Born in Athens, Georgia On August 23, 1930 to Robert Bullock, Sr and Pearl (Perry) Bullock. He enlisted in the United States Marine Corps in August, 1951 during the Korean War. Assigned to the Ammunition Depot Annex in Hingham, he met the love of his life, Frances Calabro and they married soon after in 1952. Years of living in New England barely sped up the smooth Southern drawl that he used to warmly greet everyone he met. He was a devoted father, a doting grandfather and a caring uncle to his many nieces and nephews. He owned a landscaping business for many years and had a job ready for anyone that needed one and that was willing to work half as hard as he did. His dinner table always had room for more chairs. Robert approached life with jocularity and unconditional kindness and acceptance, he was a lovely human being. Due to the Covid19 pandemic, the visitation will be private. There will be a committal at the Massachusetts National Cemetery in Bourne, MA at 2:15 PM on Friday, January 29, 2021. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Alzheimer's Association: . For those who cannot gather together with Robert's family at this time, friends may still offer their support by visiting and sharing a special memory or message. If you cannot access the website, please call 781-335-0045 to have your message added.

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Published in Athens Banner-Herald on Jan. 27, 2021.
02:15 PM
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February 2, 2021
I'm so sorry for your loss Bob. You and your family are in my prayers.

Matt O'Connor
Caledonia, MI
matt o'connor
January 27, 2021
I went to Johnson school with Bob and I want to offer my condolences to your family.
Richard Pumphrey
January 27, 2021
Bob was a customer of mine back in the 70s at Old Colony Landscape. He was always a gentleman.
Mike Noonan
January 26, 2021
To mrs Bullock , Bobby an Billy & Family . Let me say how sorry I am for the passing of your Husband& Farther.He was an awesome man an a true southern Gentleman, so kind to me growing up with you guy's! He inspired me to join the Marine Corps just to be able to emulate his exsample of a Great Man , as a young boy having lost my own farther at 12yrs old your dad was that figure that epitomized that of what a farther should be, know an do, I know it's very hard losing the most important people in your life ,but know that your farther was one of the Greatest men I have ever known! May he Rest in Peace Seper Fidelis Mr Bullock
Scott c. Daly
January 26, 2021
I was one of Bobs customers in the late sixties, early seventies. He put in a new lawn for me. Still remember his friendly smile.
Harvey Gokey
January 26, 2021
Mr. Bullock,
Sir, as a fellow Marine I would just like to say thank you for your service and sacrifice for our Country when you served with the USMC. It was the history and accomplishments made by you and your fellow Marines of the “Old Corps” back then that all us Marines who followed in your footsteps have always tried to to live up to. And to your Family and loved ones, I wish to extend my deepest sympathy.

Semper Fi Devil Dog!
Mike Casey USMC ‘85-‘89
Mike Casey
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