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Charles Patrick Bullock
October 4, 1971 ~ July 23, 2023 (age 51) 51 Years Old
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Charles Patrick Bullock (51) was born and raised in Whiteville, North Carolina. He was the third son of Forney David Bullock and Alice Bullock Braswell. He was preceded in death by his Father, Forney David Bullock. He is survived by his wife, Gina Long Bullock, and his proudest accomplishment, his children Charles Patrick Bullock II and David Andrew Bullock and Olivia Catherine Bullock. Also survived by his Mother, Alice Bullock Braswell (Keith Braswell), and six siblings: Sandy Bullock (Lacy Pridgen), Vicky Ward, (Dicky Ward), David Bullock (Susan Bullock), Marcy Newton (Mark Newton), John Bullock (Tara Bullock), and Sara Yarbrough (Chad Yarbrough), and his many nieces and nephews that admired and loved Charlie.
A funeral Service will be held Friday July 28, 2023 at Peacock Funeral Home at 2pm.
His family will remember Charlie, the youngest Bullock boy running barefoot through the tobacco fields, fishing and hunting with his brothers. He was a hard worker learning from his days working on the farm and restaurants. Charlie became a master storyteller and his stories came to life and could bring others to their knees with laughter (additional sound effects always delivered with no extra charge.)
Charlie worked his way through college and went on to study law at Campbell University. His strong work ethic made him a successful attorney and district court judge. He won the respect and admiration with his diligence for the law, his fairness, and his humanity. Charlie will be sorely missed in the legal community.
What made Charlie, Charlie was not the numerous professional titles. But what made him was his genuine kindness, not to be confused with being a pushover. He had humility and could bring peace in hard times. He loved deeply and unconditionally. He appreciated good food (both cooking and eating), and a good cigar. He especially loved the peacefulness of Lake Waccamaw, the great breezes in the evening and time on his boat that allowed him to decompress from the rigors of a busy law practice. He loved travel with his family. From New York to Texas and Nashville to Las Vegas; he expanded their horizons with new adventures. Two weeks ago while ill, he took a trip to Gettysburg and shared his passion for history with his sons and others.
He had a difficult time at the end of his illness but persevered through hard treatments and maintained courage and dignity. He was private about his illness not wanting others to know of the difficult path he was on. He loved his wife, Gina, appreciated her care and support during his illness.
The court may be adjourned for Charlie, his fight is over for he is healed, and he is at home. He will be missed by all his family, friends, and professional colleagues. His warm smile, his quick wit, dignity, keen mind, and kindness for all will be remembered by all that had the privilege to know and love Charlie.