Jerry Bullock

jerry bullock

Gerald "Jerry"



Jerry was born November 26, 1942 in Denver, Colorado to Gerald and Mary Allice Bullock.  He passed away September 26, 2015 in Gunnison, Colorado.

A celebration of Jerry's life will be held at the Bullock Colonial Chapel on Thursday, October 1, 2015 at 10:30 a.m.. Burial with Full Military Honors by the United States Air Force will follow at Fort Logan National Cemetery at 12:15 p.m.


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  1. Our hearts go out to Toni & all the family.  Jerry was truly a treasured friend & the most wonderful neighbor — always reaching out to help anyone who needed it, welcoming the new neighbor to the neighborhood, encouraging everyone to make use of his "volcano" firepit with our many loads of seasonal tree trimmings.

    We won't forget you, Jerry.

    Love, Bill & Karen Michel

  2. Jerry was the first person I met in our new neighborhood. I drove up to the house next door and Jerry was out working in his yard. He waved so I stopped to tell him I was interested in the house next door. He smiled and told me all about the neighborhood and the wonderful people living there. He told me all he knew about the house and said how nice it would be to have a family with young children next door. I went directly to my husband and told him I had found our home. When I told him about the "Nice  man I met named Jerry" he said "Oh I know Jerry and yes he's a great guy!" You will forever be in our hearts Jerry and Toni.


    Dan and Deena Buffington and Connor, Mikayla and Bristol

  3. Our hearts and prayers are with you through this time and we are praying God's peace and comfort be with you.

  4. Thinking of you.  Jerry was very special to Norman and I.  Know you will all miss him terribly.  Love to all   Margie

  5. We all have lost something in the passing of Jerry.  (My very best friend) "Jake"!… and everyone has a "best friend" during each stage of their life, but only a precious few have the same one.  My heart breaks for losing him, someone I loved like a brother, a true friend for 72 years and a remarkable human being.  I pray for his beloved wife Toni and all of the children and extended family.  He is in the loving arms of Dude, Mary Alice and Kay.  Miss you terribly Jake, you're my Brother.

  6. All of us are so sorry for your loss and your family is in our thoughts and our prayers. Gerry was a bright light in our day and we all enjoyed his smile, kindness, and upbeat personality. He left an impression on us and will be missed dearly.

  7. It was always so much fun to see Jerry with the Bullocks at Football games, Lacrosse games, prom pictures, performances, what a loving family!  Our hearts are with you all.

  8. My heart breaks thinking that my Grandfather, my Mother and now my Uncle all gone with in 3 years of each other.  I was not close to my uncle but I was so impressed with him when he came to my mothers side in her last days.  I can only hope and pray that this will bring our families closer in the future.  

    My heart goes out to all that loved and knew this man better than I.  

    All my love to you all.

  9. The Bullock family has made us feel like part of their family for as long as we've known them, and we count them among our dearest friends. We remember during one Christmas when our family suffered a loss and Jerry, Toni, and the Bullock family included us in their family celebration, and that made all the difference. They are truly an amazing family, and we wish them peace. Godspeed Colonel.

  10. Tom, we were so sorry to hear of your father's passing.  We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers.  Please let us know if you or your family needs anything at all during this difficult time.

    With Love,

    Kellie and Wes

  11. We just met Jerry this summer in Delavan, WI and could sense immediately that he was a caring and wonderful man in addition to being so easy to talk to – seemed like we had known him for years.  Our hearts go out to Toni and the family.

  12. We will miss Jerry who was always such a humble inspiration to us and our family.  Throughout the last 30+ years when we think of Jerry & Toni we have very fond memories including such crazies as snow angels in Glenwood Springs and snowmobiling in Yellowstone at -35 degrees.  A big salute to our fallen comrade and friend.  God bless Toni and her family at this sad time and in the future.   Grant & Jean Hachmann

  13. I'm so sorry to read of Jerry's passing. I worked for Jerry in the USAF when he was a Lt. Col. and deputy commander for the 3405th Student Group at Lowry AFB, CO in the mid-1980's. He was truly one of the best bosses I ever worked for, military or civilian, and this man believed in me when others didn't. Our success was that we saved the Air Force millions of dollars by expediting unfit airmen out of the service, surpassing all other training bases in efficiency. I did speak with Jerry a couple times after he retired, but sadly we never got the chance to visit in person. Thank you for the kindness you extended to me, Jerry, for being a man of high standards and bringing out the best in those around you. You will be missed and may you rest in peace in the arms of the Almighty.

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