Hill Funeral Home

11723 South Saginaw Street, Grand Blanc, MI


Beverly Suzanne Tullio

April 5, 1937October 27, 2019

TULLIO, Beverly Suzanne 4/5/1937 – 10/27/2019 Beverly Tullio, formally of Utica and Washington, MI, age 82, passed away on October 27, 2019 in Holly, Michigan. She was born on April 5, 1937 in Collinsville, Illinois to parents William Thompson and Inez (Mc Clary) Thompson. Beverly was also fondly known as Susie. Susie was a wonderful, sweet wife, mom, grandma, and aunt that was fun, silly and enjoyed baking. She volunteered many years at Beaumont and Crittenton Hospital. She enjoyed bowling, watching game shows, playing bingo, being outdoors, and being surrounded by her family. She enjoyed traveling with her husband Larry of 62 years to their cabin and spent winter months in Florida at Orange Lake Resort. She is surived by her husband: Larry Tullio; children: Lori (Mario) Tatangelo, Tom (Mary Hearth) Tullio, Larry (Hillary Whitmyer) Tullio, and Julie Marceau; grandchildren: Anthony (Aimee), Joseph and Stephen Tatangelo, Shane, Dylan and Tiara, Craig (Lindsey) Tullio, Chris (DeSsi) Tullio, Danielle (Ali Issa) Tullio, Travis, Trevor and Cassidy Tullio, Lucciana (Micheal) Loconsole, Vincent and Carlos Marceau; great-grandchildren: Dominic Tatangelo, Sierra Tatangelo, Bre’elle Loconsole, Stella Loconsole, Onofrio Loconsole, Joey Tullio, Gianna Tullio, Zayn Issa, Elisabeth Fehringer, and Dominic Tullio; sister Barbara Phillips. Beverly was preceded in death by her brothers: William Thompson, Orville Thompson; and her sister: Jacquelin (Thompson) McCorry. Those desiring may make contributions to the Alzheimer’s Association.


  • Memorial Visitation Friday, November 8, 2019
  • Memorial Mass Friday, November 8, 2019


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Catherine Tank (Phillips)

November 4, 2019

Aunt Suzie was won of the most kindest and warmest women I knew. She had such an amazing sense of humor just like her mother. My memories are too many to mention going way back to parties, in her basement ,playing with Lori, Tom and Larry through the incredible times up north. She was so much fun playing bingo with. I can safely say that when I was young I could look to her as a second mom. All of us ,cousins, remember the luncheons with the 3 sisters and grandma. Aunt Suzie will live forever in my heart. God bless you and take care of you.

Chuck McCorry

November 1, 2019

Aunt Susie was always making sure everone was having a good time at family gatherings! !!
Sitting around the fire at the cottage was one of the best times in my life !!!
My heart filled sorrows go out to all the friends and family that new and loved Aunt Susie !!!

Randy Vartanian

October 31, 2019

Some many great memories visiting them with my mom at their cottage. I am sure Sue will be missed.

Elizabeth Delaney

October 31, 2019

I am so grateful for the time I was able to have Bev in my life. She was such a sweet and kind woman. I will miss her warm hugs, beautiful smile, and silly sense of humor. Thank you for sharing this wonderful woman with us.