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June 26, 2019
Jeffrey Richard Bullerman, age 62, of Marysville, died peacefully June 26, 2019 at home after an extended illness, surrounded by those who knew and loved him so deeply. Jeffrey was born February 18, 1957 in Fort Wayne, Indiana to the late Richard “Dick” and Sheila Logan Bullerman. In 1959, the Bullerman family moved to Marysville when Jeff’s father was relocated to manage Stocksdale’s Supermarket. Jeff would later assist his father in the basement of the store with soda bottle returns as was the case back in the 1960’s. As a youth, he grew up in St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, where he attended grade school and developed faith in Jesus Christ. A 1975 graduate of Marysville High School, Jeff was a longtime fixture in the men’s accessories department at the former Weiss Department Store in downtown Marysville and later worked for Scholastic Book Fairs, MAC tools and Signstrut. He was an avid sports lover and participated in baseball, basketball and downhill skiing. A devoted Buckeyes fan, he enjoyed supporting Ohio State both at the games and being a “armchair coach” in front of the television set at home or at friends’ homes. Jeff also had a consuming passion for music, so very insinuated by his collection of vinyl and cd’s in addition to concert voyages to see the likes of David Bowie, Pink Floyd, Todd Rudgren, Joe Walsh, Steely Dan, Kiss, Bad Company and the Rolling Stones. He also enjoyed the epic masters such as The Beatles, Paul McCartney and Wings, War, Johnny Cash, Edgar and Johnny Winter, Crosby Stills Nash and Young, BB King, Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck and Jimmy Page among many others. He continued throughout his life to open himself to many new music and art venues as well. Jeff also had a talent and passion for photography.He was a sincere and creative soul with a fighting spirit and outlook, as well as an honest appraiser of life itself. He enjoyed giving others “the business” in a humorous fashion. He fiercely loved life and fought to live it along with those he loved.Jeff will be greatly missed, loved and remembered by his wife of fifteen years, Sarah Ellen McGowan of Marysville; his brother, Bruce (Regina) Bullerman of Plain City; his niece and nephews, Carolyn Rose (Casey Castenir) McGowan, Corey Bullerman, Benjamin Baine and Nicholas (Elaine) Baine; a brother-in-law, John (Mary) McGowan of Fairview Park; a sister-in-law, Mary Rose McGowan (Larry) Baine of Michigan; and other relatives and friends.Jeff’s family would like to thank Memorial Hospital, the OSU Wexner Center, the James Cancer Clinic, the Martha Morehouse Outpatient Care and most especially, Loving Care Hospice, as well as all who have compassionately supported him through this last journey of Jeff’s life. A memorial service to celebrate his life will be held at a later date. Memorial contributions may be directed toward Loving Care Hospice or a charity of choice or by simply making somebody laugh and smile.
“How much I love you, you’ll never know, `til you join me within my dream.” -Todd Rudgren
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