Philip G. Bullock Jr., 57, of Jersey Shore, passed away peacefully with the grace of God at home on Monday, Oct. 15, 2012.
He was born Aug. 9, 1955, in Williamsport, the son of Philip G. Bullock Sr. and Janet (Fulmer) Bullock.
Philip and his wife, the former Vivian (Vicky) M. Sechler, were married on Sept. 23, 1989.
He has worked as a courier for Williamsport Hospital, Fed Ex Air and the supportive strength/backbone of Bear Cub Indian Jewelry and Collectables.
Philip was a member, elder and faithful brother of the Newberry Church of Christ in Williamsport. His faith, trust, honesty, integrity and respect were true and uncompromised!
He was devoted to God, family and friends. As an avid baseball player and several other sports himself, Philip became an enthusiast for the New York Mets, Washington Redskins and Penn State Football. He also enjoyed camping and walks through "The back yard creek."
His survivors include his wife, Vivian; stepdaughter, Anita E. and husband Rick E. Moody of Uniontown, Pa.; stepdaughter, Loretta A. and husband Keith L. McNealy of Williamsport; stepson, Jarrett A. Kinley and wife Misty; brother, Mark Bullock and wife L. Sue of Apalachin, N.Y.; his mother, Janet M. Bullock of Newberry; eight grandchildren, Scott W. Thomas Jr. and Samantha E. Moody of Uniontown, Nakisha J. Cramer, Alyssa M. Kinley, Jessica L. McNealy and Shane G. McNealy of Williamsport, Dakota D. Kinley and Xavier A. Kinley of Turbotville; mother-in-law, Harriet E. Chassereau of Millsboro, Del.; several nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins and great nieces and nephews; and his loving pets.
He was preceded in death by his father, Philip G. Bullock Sr.; father-in-law, Fred R. Sechler; and nephew, Andrew Bullock.
Philip's Life Celebration and Blessing of Eternity will begin with a visitation on Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2012, from 10 to 11 a.m. at Sanders Mortuary, 821 Diamond St., Williamsport. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. with Pastor Ronald D. Savists officiating.
Philip's interment will immediately follow the services to the Montoursville Cemetery for his final journey home.