November 18, 1968 - November 16, 2011

Ronald Dean Bullard, Jr., age 42 of Frisco, Texas passed away on November 16, 2011 in Alvord, Texas. He was born on November 18, 1968 in Dallas, Texas to Ronald Dean and Gloria (Gohring) Bullard. Ron married Carla Rose in August, 1999 in Frisco, Texas. He was Self-Employed in the Construction Industry. Ron is survived by his wife, Carla Bullard of Frisco, Texas; Daughter, Haley Bullard of Frisco, Texas; son, Mason Bullard of Frisco, Texas; mother, Gloria Gebers and her husband, Chuck of Clarita, Oklahoma; father, Ronald Bullard, Sr. of Comanche, Texas; grandmother, Modena Bullard of Comanche, Texas; step-mother, Deborah Clark of Carrollton, Texas; sisters, Teri Draper of Graham, Texas and Angie Lawhorn of Little Elm, Texas; brother, Joe Bullard and his wife, Katie of Lihue, Hawaii; nieces and nephews, Brandon Lawhorn, Kellie Rose, Ashley Sigler, Ryan Sigler, Emma Fioretti, Joshua Bullard, Noah Fioretti; many aunts, uncles, cousins and a host of friends. He is preceded in death by his grandfather, Charles Bullard and uncle, Tony Ray Bullard. The family will receive friends at a Visitation to be held at Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Funeral Home in Frisco on Sunday, November 20, 2011 from 4-6 PM. Funeral Services will be held at the Funeral Home on Monday, November 21, 2011 at 10:00 AM with Pastor Mark Dallalio officiating. Interment will follow at Memoryland Memorial Park in Greenville, Texas. Donations may be made at any Viewpoint Bank to the Bullard Fund.

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Ron, you will be forever missed. You made me laugh and reminded me that everything would be okay. Great guy always wearing a smile...and always on your phone. :) Love ya buddy. Chris Ortega, November 21, 2011 I just can't say how much I will miss you. It did not matter how long it had been since we have seen each other. In one phone call we always picked up where we left off. Friends forever, I will always see your smile. Chris S Baucom, November 21, 2011 As expected, we are shocked at your passing. You and I were clowns A & B in High School. It was fun to play off of each other's lead. Regrettably, we stayed in touch less than we should of. I'll always remember your loud Grand Prix running 100+ mph down Parker Rd at unspeakable hours past midnight. Your pranks and surprises still make me chuckle. We needed more time on this planet with you Ron! You were the last guy to tell people around you what burdened you. I do not know which expressions will be latent on my face; whichever ones, please know ultimately, you were loved and now greatly missed. Love, Matt Matthew Harrison Portch, November 20, 2011 I met Ron during Basic Training at Ft, Jackson SC in 1987. Ron was a very kind and strong person. I reunited with him this year and am so sad for his death.He was a great father and husband and loved his family greatly! Ron, you will be missed and loved forever. Rodney Alan Stallard, November 19, 2011 Dearest Ron, I remember meeting you for the first time and noticing how friendly and engaging you were.We had alot in common, both of us being in the construction industry and conversations with you were so easy.You were a funny, kind and generous man. I hope you are finally at peace my friend. I will miss you dearly. Rich Farrell, November 19, 2011 I remember Ron's wit and humor from high school and what a great friend he was to everyone. He was a one-of-a-kind and will be missed greatly by all. My thoughts and prayers go out to his entire family. May God comfort you all. "Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted." ~ Matthew 5:4 Sheri Villareal Collins, November 19, 2011 I will never forget that smile and laugh of yours. It was contagious! You were a sweet man and a great friend to many. Rest in peace Ron. You will be greatly missed by many! May God bless the Bullard family and embrace them in comfort and peace during this difficult time. You are all in my prayers! jennifer johnson hagan, November 19, 2011 Prayers of comfort and peace to your family .Ron was a great guy with a contagious smile and laugh. May God bless your hearts at this time and always. Forever in our prayers. Rob & Julie George, November 19, 2011 Ron, The world has lost a great father,husband and friend.I hope your family finds comfort in knowing you are with them in spirit always. May God Bless The Bullard Family and friends. Lisa Gribbin Lisa M Gribbin, November 19, 2011 Ron was my friend, back in high school when friends were EVERYTHING. Then Ron was my boyfriend, again, in high school was love was all-encompassing. And then, Ron was my friend again. He knew the good and the bad, and accepted me as I was. He was a good man, even back at 17 years old, and lit up a room with that smile! Such charm, such joy, such a pleasure to be around. He was truly adorable and will be missed. Prayers, blessings, love, and light to his family. Kristie Ward Gore Kristie Ward Gore, November 19, 2011 Ron, known to us as J.R. It's hard to put into words the way we feel right now. You were always the one that knew how to put things into words. Life has a way of taking us down certain roads. You always wanted your family to have everything that you did not have. I will always remember you working with us for seven years, learning the building business, having your smile every day, going to job sites, catching lunch time to time and listening to your future plans. Even after you started your own business, you would always stay in touch with us and tell us about how proud you were of your wife, daughter and son. They were the most important part of your life. Patsy and I pray for you and pray that GOD will be with your family as they go though life and become what you wished for them. You were a very good friend to us and we will miss you always. With our love, Patsy & John John Young, November 19, 2011 Ron, we will always remember you w/a smile on your face. You were so much fun to watch the boys baseball games with. You were one of the good guys. We will miss you sorely. Much love, Marla Marla Farrell, November 19, 2011 Thank you Ron for your friendship and for your support of the Cardinals youth baseball team. You were very kind and generous and always had a smile on your face. We will miss you. Ray Wilkins, November 18, 2011