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895 Ouellette Ave, Windsor, ON

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Barry Alan Gregory Pullin

June 10, 1958May 15, 2020

61 years. Passed away on May 15, 2020. Predeceased by his parents Brian Pullin and Shirley Leggett. Husband of Colleen Pullin (Nee Denis). Dear father of Shaun Pullin, Suzanne (Richard) Small, Brian Pullin, Jacqueline (Jay) Pender, Brad (Katie) Pullin, Cynthia (Charles) Triolet, Jonathan (Shannon) Werner-Pullin, Jayson (Jessica) Pullin. Survived by 15 grandchildren. Brother to Herb, Tom, Teresa, Heather and Jo-Lynn. Predeceased by his brother Wayne. Will be sadly missed by many nieces, nephews and friends. Barry's passion for motorcycle's especially Harley Davidson's was evident to all that knew him. He also enjoyed playing pool, bowling and was an avid Green Bay Packers Fan. A special thank you to everyone for the care and compassion provided to Barry during his illness. Cremation. The family will be arranging for a service to Celebrate the Life of Barry at a later date.

Services

  • A Celebration of Life Service will be held at a later date

Memories

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Shelley Taylor

May 21, 2020

I just wanna add that he was one heck of a Pool Player👌But I think I did beat you once 😉🙏🙏Rest In Peace Barry 🙏

Shylena Jones

May 21, 2020

I just want to send my deepest condolences to Jackee, Cyndi, Suzie and Jon on the loss of their father. And also to Colleen (Ma) on the loss of her husband. I will always remeber Barry (Papa) fondly, and cherish the memories we all made together and be thankful that I have always been treated like a part of your family. I'll miss Barry's big Bear hugs and teasing him and telling how I'm his favourite and we just wont tell the other kids..lol... I'll remember the good advice he gave me growing up about "stupid boys" and to never accept less than I deserve. Sleep peacefully Papa, your no longer suffering or in pain and I'll hold on to the good memories forever
Xo Shy

Jacqueline Pender

May 21, 2020

Daddy-o
I can’t comprehend how extremely heart broken I truly am. You’ve raised me as I was your own and not once ever treated us differently. You excepted us for ourselves and never turned your back on us. Thank you for always being there no matter what the circumstances were. Even when you didn’t approve you still supported our decisions. I’ll miss being put in my place and being told “Jackee stop, you’re a young lady” lol. Jay promises to take care of Jaxon and I no matter what. And I know Deseree misses you like crazy. I’m just lost for words I don’t know what to say. What I do know is you’re here with me and know what my heart feels. I love you daddy-o and I’ll miss you more then anything. Rest In Peace and if you’re driving on your Harley in the area do a burn out for me. Love you bunches. Xxoxxoxxo Jacqueline, Jason, Jaxon and Deseree

Shelley Taylor

May 21, 2020

Haven’t seen you in a long time Bud. But we remember the good times that we had. R.I.P our Friend 🙏❤️ Love Steve & Shelley 😥

Colleen Pullin

May 20, 2020

Barry we may had our differences and our ups and downs. But you were my Heart and Soul . You've raised such wonderful children and I will always treasure that. You were amazing father and grandfather. I will keep your memories always and will tell the grandchildren how a great man you are. Will miss you with all my heart. Till we meet again. Love Colleen

Suzanne Small

May 20, 2020

My Dad
You've been there through think and thin,
I know you will be there till the end.
you have wiped away my tears when ever I was sad,
you told me you would always be here
cause you are on my Dad.
You took me as your own and never turned away,
you told me you're my Dad and you are here to stay,
Today is your Day and I hope its really great
I just want to say I love you Dad
And Have a Happy Fathers Day.

I wrote this for you years ago Dad and I meant every word of it. I will miss you a lot. But will always have you in my heart. Love you lots *HUGS & KISSES*

Colleen Pullin

May 20, 2020

To the Pullin Children.

On the loss of your Dad. Everytime your dad looked at you, you could see the pride in his eyes. He loved you all so much and that love will never fade. Right now no words will help to heal the pain you're feeling but please try to find comfort in the many wonderful memories you have of him and remember that he will always love you and be with you all in your hearts.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

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