Celebrating The Life Of Loved Ones

Joel C. Bullock

Joel C. Bullock, 83 died Sunday, May 31, in Savannah, Georgia. A graveside memorial service will be 2pm Saturday June 6 at Prospect Baptist Church Cemetery.

Joel was born July 31, 1936 in Stanly County. He was the son of the late Barnes Belton Bullock and Sarah Furr Bullock of Stanly County. Mr. Bullock was born and raised in Stanly County. He spent many years living in Charlotte and spent his final years in Savannah. He loved fishing, the Atlanta Braves (if they were winning) and making a huge breakfast for his family. Joel was a member at Christ Community Church in Huntersville, NC.

He was preceded in death by his wife Kenni Beaver Bullock and his son Michael Bullock. He is survived by his sons Joel Patrick and Dale Bullock and daughters Regina Warfeild, Kathy Kabasi, Amanda Ray and Amber Bullock, 17 grandchildren,  17 great-grandchildren,  brothers Lenn Bullock and Ned Bullock and sisters Ellen Mason and Rachel Thompson. Additionally, Joel was preceded in death by brothers, Creighton Bullock, Robert Bullock and Roy Bullock and sisters Mildred Poplin and Evelyn Hinson.

1 Comment

  • mark walter Posted June 4, 2020 8:12 am

    Dale praying for you and your family!

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