Marilyn Patsy Grow

20 novembre , 19329 février , 2020

Marilyn Patsy “Pat” Grow, (Deltona, FL) passed away peacefully on February 9, 2020. She was born in New Orleans, Louisiana on November, 20, 1932 and was an only child of her late father, George Schaad Jr. and mother Lucille (Wainwright) Schaad.

Marilyn retired from Martin Marietta (Lockheed Martín) in 1999 after serving on the President’s personal catering staff. Marilyn was a wonderful cook and loved to host dinners and “Mardi Gras” celebrations at her home in Deltona, Florida. She also loved to dance and was part of the Arthur Murray Ballroom Dance Troop in Orlando for several years.

She is survived by her beloved cat “Katie”, seven children: Christian Bulleman Jr (Priscilla), Timothy Bulleman (Cheryl), Danny Bulleman, Kerry Bulleman, Janine Peterson (Steve), Holly Cannon (Mark) and Amber Moore. She is also survived by 19 Grandchildren and 20 Great-Grandchildren.

Graveside services will be held Sunday, March 8, 2020 2:00 PM at Deltona Memorial Gardens, 1295 Saxon Blvd, Orange City, FL 32763 with a Celebration of Life and fellowship immediately following at the home of Tim and Cheryl Bulleman, 2963 Paolini Drive, Deland, FL 32720.


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Sarah Aikman

février 29, 2020

My Grammy a beautiful soul I loved visiting her with my mom and husband seeing her face light up and calling her to talk about our days when I was younger as a child Grammy always sent me newspaper clippings of cats and things she thought was interesting and every week I’d look forward to getting my letter from Grammy because of course Grammy sent me all the comic portions too my favorite haha I love you Grammy more than anything and I know your happy and safe but my heart will always miss you. Mason and the new baby will always know about you. Hopefully this ones your girl !

Karen Yaris

février 22, 2020

Jerry and I delivered meals to mrs. Grow for some time and got to know her. What a delightful woman. We always had a good time visiting with her. She sure was proud of her 6 or 7 children. And she loved fish. So happy we had the opportunity to serve her.