Ernest F. Bullivant
1945 - 2021
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ERNEST "ERNIE" F. BULLIVANT
November 13, 1945 March 3, 2021
Ernest (Ernie) F. Bullivant November 13, 1945 to March 3, 2021. Went to be with the Lord, in St. Augustine, Fl. He did not suffer and it was quick.
He was born and brought up in the Finger Lakes Region of N.Y. He was a resident of Colorado for close to 30 years and married his wife there on Jan. 3rd 1987.
Ernie had one sibling Sue Stapleton, who passed 1 year before him. He is survived by his wife Dorothy Mana Bullivant, 2 sons Jason S. Bullivant of Calhan, CO. Edward P Heisler Jr. (wife Donna) of Moncks Corner, South Carolina. 1 Daughter Dorothy Jane Heisler of Batavia NY. He had 6 grandchildren and 1 nephew.
He served in the US Army from 1963-1966. In that time period he served in Korea, where he learned to be a diesel mechanic. He continued in that career until retiring in 2009. After his retirement he worked part time at Auto Zone until he left Colorado Springs.
He was a member of Gathering Stones Community Church where he felt loved and became a part of the church family in Christ. Ernie had decided he wanted to spend what time he had left with quality of life over quantity when he was given his medical choices. So, 1 1/2yrs ago Dottie and Ernie sold their home and became full time Campers. Ernie loved every moment of it. He was loved by so many and he gave back love.
Memorial Services will be at Gathering Stones Community Church in Falcon, CO on May 23, 2021 at noon. Gathering Stones meets at Falcon High School in Falcon, CO.



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Published in The Gazette on Apr. 6, 2021.
MEMORIAL EVENTS
MAY
23
Memorial service
12:00 PM
Gathering Stones Community Church
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April 6, 2021
We always enjoyed the times you came through Ovid on your trips. Ernie was a great guy. You always seemed to be having a great time. I was kind of jealous of your gypsy life. Dorthy I know you will miss him but you have so many wonderful memories he will always be in your heart.Linda Lucas
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