Condolences for Lee Pulliam

John Barnwell, I can remember long ago we grew up togather in th posted on 10/19/11

You will be missed a lot Lee...

 

Therese Vinson posted on 8/23/11

Dan, Emma, Bernadette, Natalie, Ben and Nick, I was so sorry to hear of your loss. I will always remember Mr. Pulliam when he visited our kindergarten classroom on Grandparent's Day at St. Al's. He was so very proud of his grandchildren and ALWAYS had a big smile to share with everyone! He was also a friend of my dad's and did some furnace work for them. Dad even called up his "buddy Lee" and he came over late one night when our air conditioning went out one hot summer! I'm sure that he and my dad are sharing some special stories right now and they are both smiling down on all of us! Sincerely, Therese

 

Donna Smith Taylor posted on 8/23/11

Lee was one of the first people I met when I started in banking many years ago. The last several years he started a traditon of bringing donuts to the branch frequently and he knew everyones favorite donut. He enjoyed visiting with the staff. All of us will greatly miss him.

 

Angie Janssen posted on 8/22/11

Lee was one of the "hardest working" individuals that I have ever known. He always put everyone else first before himself, even when he was not feeling well. He will be greatly missed by all!

 

Chip Emerson posted on 8/22/11

I remember that every Christmas no matter how bad the weather, Uncle Lee and Aunt Barb would drive to St Louis to see us and bring gifts. He was an Amazing man and will be missed.

 

Chris & Kim Leija posted on 8/21/11

Lee will be greatly missed. A man who spent his life giving to and servicing his community. Lee was a a true man, doing what had to be done at any time of the day or night. I will always remember Lee as one of the hardest working people I have ever met.