Marjorie M. Bullard
RICHFIELD SPRINGS/SEATTLE, Wash. _ Marjorie M. Byington Bullard passed away June 29, 2012, in Seattle, Wash.
She was born May 2, 1936, in Delhi, to Clarence and Emma Byington, the ninth of 11 children. She attended grade school in Maumee, Ohio. Then moving to the Richfield Springs area, she attended the Richfield Springs Central School and graduated in 1954.
Marjorie's younger years were spent on a dairy farm on Angle Hill. This is where she developed her strong work ethics. After school she joined the Navy. She worked many jobs in Seattle, Wash., where after 11 years she retired from Boeing Company.
She enjoyed traveling weekends in her motor home to golf tournaments. She was a snow bird too, spending summers in Seattle and winters in Arizona.
Marjorie was very protective of her family and friends. She was always ready to help. She was a plumber, house painter, carpenter and mechanic.
She was preceded by her parents; stepmother, Hollis Byington; brothers, Clarence Jr., Ralph, James, Kenneth and Clark; sister, Katherine Connerton.
She is survived by her sisters, Marian Luck, May Jo Luck, Barbara Byington and partner Mark Fleischner, Patricia Smith, and brother-in-law, Raymond Smith; stepbrother, Daniel Bauman; sister-in-law, Shirley Byington; numerous nieces and nephews; and longtime special friend, Luster Johnson.
Arrangements by Acacia Memorial Park and Funeral Home, Seattle, Wash.,