Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma

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Lewis Bullard, Sr.

Born: 5/18/1903

Died: 1/1/1991

Maiden Name: n/a

Honorific: n/a

Lewis Bullard, Sr. died at the Northeast Community Hospital, Bedford, Texas. He was 88.

Bullard was born May 18, 1903 at Kinta, Indian Territory, the son of Dr. A.C. and Villa Herron Bullard. He was one of the last originally enrolled Choctaws, Having roll No. NB 561.

He was a lifelong rancher and resident of Tucker Knob, near Quinton. He was married to the former Esther Mae Haughey on August 24, 1925 at Crowder. He was a member of the Quinton First Baptist Church and former member of the Quinton Masonic Lodge and Oklahoma Cattlemen’s Association.

Bullard was preceded in death by his parents, his wife, a grand-daughter and two sisters, Orena Upton and Pocahontas Bullard.

Survivors include two daughters, Ramona Smith of Arlington, Texas, and Dorothy Spivey and Husband Ray Spivey of Grand Prairie Texas; two sons and daughters in law, Lewis Bullard, Jr. and Billie of Kinta and merle and Darlene Bullard of Quinton; six grandchildren and twelve great-grandchildren.

Funeral services were held at the Quinton First Baptist Church with the Rev. Larry Stevenson and Rev. Leonard Karch officiating. Interment was at Quinton Cemetery. Music was provided by the Bush Sisters.

Pallbearers were Joe Bullard, George Bullard, Mike Spivey, Bruce Lowe, Walt Smith and Chris Bullard. Honorary pallbearers were Sherman Stockton, Merl Stockton, Charles Lowrimore, Jr., Donald Howell, Stanley Monks, Manuel Higgins, Chow Higgins and Larry Connor, Jr.