Wanda Elizabeth Bullard

April 24, 1948September 19, 2011

Wanda Elizabeth Bullard, 63, of St. Simons Island, GA, formerly of Booneville, died Monday, September 19, 2011, at South East Georgia Health System in Brunswick, GA. She was born April 24, 1948 to George and Carmen Cole Bullard. She was a member of the New Hope Primitive Baptist Church, a graduate of Mississippi State University and a special education teacher for Glynn County Middle School.

Funeral services will be 1:00 pm on Saturday, September 24, 2011 at McMillan Funeral Home with Elder Benny Burcham officiating. Burial will be in the New Hope Cemetery.

She is survived by two sisters, Saundra (Billy) Smith and Bill Lowery both from Booneville; 2 nieces, Tori (Sherry Porterfield) Smith and Beverly (Benny) Burcham both of Booneville and 3 nephews, Brad (Crystal) Smith, Mark and Greg Lowery all of Booneville.

She is preceded in death by her parents and one sister Inez Wages.


  • Visitation Friday, September 23, 2011
  • Funeral Service Saturday, September 24, 2011

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Bri-Bri, Reba,Helen Johnson-Morton

October 7, 2011

Wanda we were blessed to have known you. Thank you so much for the wonderful chihuahua you blessed us with on January 13, 1999. You rescued and delivered to us the most special dog that continues to brighten the days of many people ... your "gift" continues to give.
Thanks for Princess Brianna(Bri-Bri)

Kaye Hinds

September 26, 2011

I was also a member of the softball team at Guntown. Wanda was a fantastic coach and friend to all us girls. I regret that I did not keep in touch with this wonderful woman.

Alice Strange Hawkins

September 24, 2011

I am so thankful that I came to Melba's HB party a few weeks ago and got to speak with Wanda. Sorry for your loss. My brother,Buddy Strange , always spoke well of Wanda and her knew her better than I did.

Jody Chase

September 24, 2011

Wanda came into my life as I was becoming an adult, and she was the most engaging, warmest, most caring role model one could wish for. Although it was a time when she must have been in grief, she never showed that to us, focusing instead on the Girl Scouts in her troop, taking us to camp, to concerts, showing us life outside of high school. She made us feel wonderfully special, because she was so special herself. I am so sad that I never got to see her again, and I am so glad she has come back home.

Angie Hutcheson Watson

September 23, 2011

I have many wonderful memories of Wanda while playing softball at Guntown Jr. High. She would take us all for a ride in her little Fiot (not sure about that spelling). We had a cookout at her sister Saundra' house, We all would spend the night with her, we would ride in the back of a truck to the ballgames and tell ghost stories on the way back. She made sure each of us had a great time. Thanks Wanda for the memories and Rest In Peace Special Lady. I love you forever.

Glenda Watts

September 23, 2011

My thoughts and prayers are with Wanda's family. She was such a special, gifted person; and I had the pleasure of working with her at Booneville Elementary back in the 70s. Just as all of you, I have so many memories of the fun times we shared together. Wanda was such a caring, compassionate person. Our loss is Heaven's gain.

Tonyia Hall

September 23, 2011

I had not seen you in years but you where the greatest softball coach I had growing up in Guntown, Ms. We had a great summer together.