A charming gentleman with a curious mind that traveled world and a beautiful soul with kind words, a smile, and a helping hand for anyone lucky enough to be a part of his life.
  • 84 years old
  • Born on November 9, 1930 in New York City, New York, United States.
  • Passed away on March 26, 2015 in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, United States.

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Harold Vincent Bullock. We will remember our Uncle Harry forever.


Posted by Herbert Coleman on 9th November 2015
Missing you old friend! Remembering all the lunches and stories we shared with you and Anne. I started wearing a Beret after seeing you with yours, "COOL" not everyone can wear one like you did! RIP my dear friend. Herb & Gloria.
Posted by Donald Reed on 9th November 2015
Happy Birthday Dearest Harry, I miss you so much. . . Your beautiful spirit, warm voice, kindness, joy, and guidance were some of my life's greatest gifts. I will remember and love you forever.
Posted by Crysta Burgess on 9th May 2015
Harry was my uncle, his brother Richard was my father (my mother Eleanor is the beautiful woman pictured witnessing Harry and Ann getting married). Uncle Harry and Ann were a constant fixture in my life until the death of my father, fueled by an unfortunate family dispute/misunderstanding. I often think of my childhood, spending time with my uncle, he was always kind, loving and giving, soft spoken and proud & a snazzy dresser! Rest in internal heavenly peace Uncle Harry! Love Tyese
Posted by Monica Huggins on 20th April 2015
I first met my cousins Harry and his brother Richard when I visited New York in 1972. We shared a close family bond and remained in touch.Harry and I exchanged letters and Christmas cards every year and saw each other when ever I visited the USA.He was my lovely handsome cousin. My endearing memory of Harry is the love and dedication he had for his wife Ann. I shall miss him but his memory will remain always
Posted by Crysta Burgess on 18th April 2015
Uncle Harry was the GREATEST man I was blessed to know. When my grandfather passed away he stepped in even more, he was the greatest example of a male role model anyone would ask for. A husband, a friend, a valued treasure who walked among us. We spoke often and I cherished every word. I would always admire his love for Aunt Ann and dedication he had to his true friends.He was a man of class, patience, unconditional love and adventure. ~Forever Missed and Dearly Loved
Posted by Herbert Coleman on 17th April 2015
After returning home from a four year stint in the U.S. Air Force I met Harold. He use to wear a Beret, he was always a cool dresser. He kept to himself but when a conversation broke out he told of his life of travel. He had been all over the world. Never bragging but listening to him and his exploits were fascinating. Then he met Anne Minor and I guess it was love at first sight! They clubbed a little at the best places. Always dress to the "nines"! They were meant for each other. He was a true gentleman. Had a smile for everyone he met. I'll miss him . He was good and kind Gentleman. My condolences to the Family.
Posted by Sondra Jordan on 17th April 2015
Harold Bullock. Breathes there one who, upon meeting this witty, debonair charmer, could ever forget him. Harold swept my cousin Anna Mae up into a world-wind marriage and never let her down. "Honey-bunch," she'd purr. And he would ever-so-gently reply to her every need. They were smitten...with each other. I could never remember a conversation with Anna Mae that didn't include mention of her beloved Harold...at least a dozen or so times. I salute him for his dedication. It was an enviable marriage.
Posted by Diane Harrison on 16th April 2015
I met Harold and Anne when I moved into an apartment 'down the hall' from theirs. I believe that was 1973! I moved away two years later but the Bullocks and I stayed in touch. Harry was probably one of the most well-balanced and affable people I have ever met. And yet, nobody's fool. I will miss our late night chats. Harry: suave, debonair and possessing a joie de vivre few of us will know.

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