Victor Collins Bullock
|Posted 2009-12-04 by Pat Wilson|
|Victor Collins Bullock, age 77, died in Mesa, Arizona on March 22, 1992. |
He was born Sept. 25, 1914 in Taber, Alberta, Canada. Pharmacist, self-employed owner/operator of Economy Drug for 35 years, worked at Kenny's Drug in Phoenix after relocating to the valley. Life-long member of the LDS Church, attending Tempe 9th Ward, was a Scoutmaster in Utah, Elders Quorum president, secretary in the High Priest presidency, Young Men's presidency, superintendent of Sunday school in Tempe; served Stake mission; served mission with wife to Singapore/Malaysia/Sri Lanka and India. Ordinance worker, Arizona LDS Temple for two years. At present was serving a Stake Mission at the Family History Center in Mesa. Was an Eagle Scout. Graduated from BYU and Pharmacy College at University of Idaho, Southern Branch.
Survived by wife, Marjorie, Tempe, Ariz.; four sons, Victor C., Orange, Calif.; John K., Houston, Texas; Kent K., Mesa, Ariz.; William R., Salt Lake City; one daughter, Tracey A. Browning, Lake Oswego, Oregon; sisters, Ledell Blake, Sun City, Ariz.; 18 grandchildren.
Services Friday, March 27, 1992, Tempe Stake Center, 2707 So. College, Tempe, Arizona . Friends may call Thursday March 26, 1992 Bunker's Garden Chapel, 33 No. Centennial Way, Mesa, Arizona and one hour prior to service at the church.
Burial: Mesa City Cemetery, Mesa, Arizona .
The Arizona Republic March 25, 1992
See Also: Mesa City Cemetery
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