Tony Bullock

Anthony Dwain “Tony” Bullock, 38, of Lacy Lakeview, passed away Sunday, March 16, 2014 at his residence. A private family service with cremation is planned. Memorial services will be announced at a later date. Thoughts and memories may be shared in the online Guest Book at www.LakeShoreFuneralHome.com.

Tony was born October 8, 1975 in Waco. He attended Connally schools and went on to McLennan Community College and received his LVN Degree. Tony worked as an LVN for several area healthcare facilities, including Waco V.A. Hospital up until the time of his passing. He was an avid boat racer. He adored his family. He was so very much looking forward to being a “Paw Paw” in eight months.

He was preceded in death by his brother, Russell Bullock, who Tony loved very much; grandmothers, Callie Ferguson, Nadine “Dee Dee” Bullock, and Annie McCormick.

He is survived by his wife, Lisa Bullock; daughters, Ashlea Foster and partner Amanda Beam, Megan Dallas and fiance Jason Carter and baby, and Misty Ferguson; parents, Bobbie and Gary McCormick, and Charles Bullock, Sr.; sister-in-law, Michelle Bullock; nieces, Nicole, Miranda, Kayla and Lacey Bullock; great nephew, Caden; great nieces, Chloe and Kambree; numerous other relatives and friends; and many “fur babies.”

Tony is now resting in his brother’s arms.

“You will be forever in our hearts.”

Facts
Born: October 8, 1975
Death: March 16, 2014

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  1. my thoughts and prayers are with the family. May he RIP with his Brother

  2. Tony will be missed by all of his drag boat family as well .. I met Tony several years ago and worked side by side with him for a short time, He was always kind and we shared many laughs together .. Rest In Peace my friend .Bill Rice

  3. Our prayers are with each of you. Tony will be missed by all. Over the years he has never missed calling on birthdays, anniversaries, or holidays. Right after he got his drag boat he brought it to the Nursing home at West so the residents could see the boat. One of the ladies was so happy it brought back memories of her and her husband skiing on Lake Whitney.

  4. I am sorry for your loss. I pray for your family. I am a school mate of Charles Bullock

  5. Tony…What a shock! Way to young to pass. You and I had MANY a lively conversation dating way back to the Hippie Hipwell Days. We will miss you both on the track and off.

    May God Bless you AND your family during this time.

    God Speed my friend.

    JT

  6. I worked with Tony the news of his passing was sad he was a great guy my thoughts and prayers go out to Lisa and his family

  7. so sorry for your loss.may god bless you and your family..

  8. I am so very sorry to hear of Tony’s passing. He will be greatly missed by all of his drag boat racing family. My heart goes out to all those close to him.

    Yvonne Tucker

  9. Jeff Lawson "BAM BAM

    Fellow member of the SDBA.

  10. Stacy Cox Kilpatrick

    Charles, so very sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

  11. I’m sorry that I didn’t get to know you as you were growing up. I know you will be missed by so many friends and family. You and Russell will always be remembered as sons of my brother Charles. I know you and your brother are in God’s final peace. RIP nephew.

  12. Charles I am so sorry for your loss. I am praying for you and the family.

  13. Tony,
    I remember meeting you and thinking this man is crazy for racing those boats but then i realized it made you who you are which is wonderful and amazing. There was never a doll moment when i was around you, i remember always laughing no matter what was going on at the time. We would play around and play fight which always made me feel like you accepted me. You have always given off this warm inviting feeling that made everyone want to get to know you. This came as a complete shock to me all i kept saying was your to young but god is the only one who knows why he takes us. Someone needed a special angel by their side . I know we lost touch and didnt speak once i left your family but that doesnt mean i didnt think about you or lisa you guys were wonderful to me and ill never forget that. Your going to be missed forever. God Bless you 🙂

  14. Tony,

    God speed my friend. You were a great competitor. Your family is in our prayers.

    Shanon Beal and the Beal Motorsports Team

  15. Our condolences on Tony’s passing, I followed your racing vis Facebook and although we never met, we were friends all part of the drag boat family. At peace now, race on. From your friends in Melbourne Australia.

  16. Tiffany and Priscilla jones

    U going to be missed by a lot of people tony me and mom thinking of u every day since we have moved to Longview tx . We love u , and miss u
    Love Tiffany &priscilla jones & Lisa mom said she loves u too

  17. Prayers to family..

  18. Sara Beloat and Family

    Tony, you are with out a doubt a one of a kind man, husband, father and friend. I’ve never came even remotely close to meeting someone like you! You’ve taught me more than you’ll ever know, even something as simple as frying an egg to having patience. Weve had good and bad times and I wouldn’t change any of it for even one second. Just do me a favor… Take extra special care of Lisa, Ash and Meg.I know they were your world(aside from your boat, lol). They will need you now more than ever. Tay wanted me to say Thank you for taking up for her and that she will love and miss you. Kelsey says thank for not leaving her out on Christmas and accepting her like family. We all do love you and will miss you!

  19. Charlie Bones and Family

    R.I.P. Tony Bullock.
    May peace, comfort, and healing be with those whom were blessed with you being in their lives. You live with all daily though many memories. You were needed for a bigger job and we know because he takes the best. Its an honor to say I was blessed with your friend ship and proudly honor it. Tony R.I.P.
    Lisa Bullock I am here lady anytime. Love you and yours♡

  20. Tony, we will miss your indomitable spirit. We worked together twice and both times you and Lisa were awesome nurses. Your patients came first , loved you and wanted no one else to visit them. You always “fussed” at me about NASCAR and said the water was more exciting. Wish we could have more “arguments.” RIP in peace and give Jourdon a hug from G’ma–you always took time for a young boy when you saw him at the office. You will be missed but Heaven has gained another Star.

  21. Having Tony as a friend was truly a blessing in my life. Without him and his influence I would never have experienced many of the things that I did. He got me involved in working on drag boats years back with John Hippwell. I honestly didn’t think I could do the things John was asking of us on the boat but Tony never had a doubt about either of us. Taking that risk with him turned out to be one of the best decisions of my life. Thanks to those experiences and the paths that they took us down, Tony and I became the best of friends. He was always just a phone call or a text away and always ready to lend a helping hand if needed. I will never forget him and the good times we had throughout the past several years. I loved him like a brother. Tony’s mom, wife, and other loved ones in his life should truly be proud of the man he was and the memories he left behind. Gone but never forgotten.

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