Agnes Lucille Pulley

December 2, 1922November 15, 2012

Agnes Lucille Pulley, 89, of Austin, peacefully passed away Thursday, surrounded by her family. She was born to the late Louis and Emma Busch in Texas City, Texas, December 2, 1922. She graduated from Texas City High School. She married the late Elvis Pulley, a veteran of WWII in 1942. They lived in Austin, Texas and started Property Damage Appraisers in 1962. They owned and operated the PDA Austin office for 25 successful years, and after retirement they traveled the world. She was an avid bridge player and enjoyed the game with her friends several days a week at the Onion Creek Country Club. Agnes was a member of Manchaca United Methodist Church and a volunteer at South Austin Senior Center.

She is survived by her two sons, Clayton Pulley of Austin and Brent Pulley of Wimberley.

We wish to thank all of her friends and especially the staff of Senior Care of Onion Creek for the loving and caring support she and all of us received in the last months of her life. She was truly blessed to have such good friends.

Services for Agnes will be held at Manchaca United Methodist Church, 1011 W. FM 1626, Tuesday, November 20, 2012 at 10:00 a.m.

In lieu of flowers, Agnes requested donations to Manchaca United Methodist Church.


  • Funeral Service Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Agnes Lucille Pulley

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Nancy Whitman

November 23, 2012

Agnes was a delight and will be deeply missed by all of her many friends. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family.

November 19, 2012

My deepest condolences to Agnes' family. She was my favorite patient and I miss her. Trish Bernstein

Paula Pulley

November 18, 2012

I will miss my wonderful Mother in Law very much . I couldn't have asked for a more caring and loving " Mom".

Rosalinda Howard

November 18, 2012

My deepest condolencess to your family in this time of sorrow.I had the honor of working elections with Ms. pulley.she will always be in my heart.

Pastor Brian Peterson

November 17, 2012

Our thoughts and prayers be with Agnes' family and friends. She and her her husband were very dear members of our congregation, Ascension Lutheran Church for many years. We give thanks for her life and witness and commend her to her loving Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.