Celebrating the life of

James William Bullock, Jr.

April 12, 1948 - September 01, 2021

James William Bullock, Jr.

James W. Bullock, Jr.,"Jim"  73, died Wednesday, September 1, 2021 at St. Joseph’s Hospital surrounded by the medical heroes that cared for him during his courageous battle with Covid-19.

Jim never met a stranger and would have long conversations with people he just met. He was a former professional boxer and an avid outdoorsman. Jim loved spending time fishing with his son James, III. 

Jim was a former insurance agent for Life of Georgia before retiring from Allstate Insurance Company after many years of service. He was a U.S. Navy veteran serving in the Vietnam War. 

Jim leaves behind to cherish his memory, his son, James William Bullock, III (Tami); daughter, Heather Bullock; brother, Tommy Bullock; two grandchildren, Brandon and Katie Bullock; and Jim's soul mate and her granddaughter, Terry Browne and Evelyn. 

A private celebration of Jim's life is being planned and will be held at a later date. Burial will be in Bonaventure Cemetery. 

In lieu of flowers, the family suggest donations be made in Jim's honor to Wounded Warrior Project, P.O. Box 758516, Topeka, KS 66675-8516 or Wounded Warrior Project Online




Very sorry for the loss of Jim. He was a good friend, as were his parents, and enjoyed sharing his experiences with everyone. He will be greatly missed.

- Vicky Harrell Lyda, Hendersonville, NC

RIP my friend!

- Marion Dantzler, Conneaut Lake, PA

Family: It is with sorrow that we acknowledge the death of your loved one, Mr. James W. Bullock, Jr. I knew him to be a man of his word and one who had great enthusiasm for his convictions. I met Jim almost fifty years ago when he came to work at Life Insurance Company of Georgia. And, though his career path changed companies, our friendship remained steadfast. We shared, overs these years, a healthy friendship with robust and candid conversations. Jim was a totally honest person who would not forsake anyone. I am proud to have been one of his friends, and I will miss him. With utmost condolences, Carl L. and Thomaina C. Tyler Okatie, SC

- Carl L. and Thomasina C. Tyler, Okatie , SC

Jim had a big heart. He was full of life, stories about the good old days and corny jokes. RIP my friend.

- Shannon Bowman, Savannah, Georgia

I first met this sweet man at Life of Georgia Insurance Company and came to know him as such a kind sole.. Heartbroken for the loss of this true southern gentleman. Soft spoken, fascinating conversation, and always thoughtful. You will be truly missed.

- Cherie Becker, Rincon, Georgia

I will miss Jimmy very much, We have been friends from around 1070 in the Insurance business and both loved to fish and talk fishing. We talked every few weeks and gave each other a fishing report. I always followed his boxing career . They wanted him to go pro in Miami, he said I can’t I’m a senior in high school. He told about all the great fishing trip he and his son had, Metz, Simmons pond Etc. I loved his good since of humor and I will miss him. I couldn’t make the funeral because me and the wife were fighting Covid

- David Vaughn, savannah , ga 31411

Services under the direction of:

Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel

  • A Private Service Will Be Held