Robert Constant Bull

  • Born: March 29, 1926
  • Died: February 5, 2013
  • Location: Morrison, Illinois

McDonald Funeral Home

1601 16th Avenue
Fulton, IL 61252

Tel. (815) 589-9992

Tribute & Message From The Family


Robert Constant Bull, age 86, died Tuesday, February 5, 2013.

He was born in Morrison, Illinois on March 29, 1926 to James A. and Rinette Abel Bull. He attended Morrison schools, played in the high school band, and enlisted in the Navy during World War II. After the war he attended Union Theological Seminary in New York City. He returned to Morrison to join his father and brother Wilson at J. A. Bull and Sons. Bob served as president of the Morrison Community School Board during the 1950s.

With J. A. Bull and Sons, Bob specialized in residential design and construction. He built a number of homes in Morrison and was the designer for the Bull of the Woods subdivision built by the company. He then managed the Bull Do-It Center in Morrison.

He leaves his family: Chuck Pastorius, nine nieces and nephews, and many great and great- great nieces and nephews.

Memorials may be made to St. Mary's Catholic Church, Morrison, Illinois.

The Mass of Christian Burial will take place at 10:30 a.m. Monday, February 11, 2013 at St. Mary's Catholic Church, 13320 Garden Plain Rd, Morrison, IL 61270.


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Condolence & Memory Journal

Candle

Got to know Bob very well the last 15 mos., as I cleaned his home. I always looked forward to our visiting before starting the morning cleaning. I absolutely loved his dry sense of humor!! I will certainly miss him, and his laughter!! RIP Bob!!

Posted by Cindy VanderLeest - morrison, IL - friend   February 12, 2013

Jack remembers with great fondness many years of friendship with
Bob, Gail Austin, Bobby Collins and Eddie Buikema.

Posted by Jack and Gretchen Maring - Ellison Bay, WI - Jack was a boyhood friend   February 10, 2013

Candle

So sorry for your loss

Posted by Gene and Elaine WILKENS - fIRESTONE, CO - FRIEND   February 09, 2013

Candle

Such a great person and neighbor, he will be greatly missed. Always enjoyed talking with him about years ago.....

Posted by John & Carolyn VanderSchaaf - Morrison, IL - Neighbor and friend   February 09, 2013

Candle

What a kind person. Frist as our neighbor and then I worked for him for a few years. He would come home for lunch, and cook lunch for me . We ate out on the porch, weather permitting, and always had a geat visit. Once he said to me, you were playing with the puppies. I said how do you know. He said he could smell my perfume on the fur. I just smiled and so did he. I know he liked that I paid attention to them. So many of the dogs were my favorites.

I will miss knowing he is not on Binker Hill.

Posted by Phyllis Van Kampen - Wheaton, IL - Friend   February 09, 2013

Candle

It was always a pleasure to do business with Bob and brother Bill as I remodeled my home. Later when Bill and Bob retired, they had a "Retirement Office" in the same building where my office was located. There were many good laughs with the retirement office and their retired friends visiting them.

Posted by Flora Stralow - Morrison, IL - Friend   February 09, 2013