Margie Dell Bulkley
12/10/1931 - 4/28/2017


Margie Dell Bulkley, 85, went to be with the Lord peacefully on April 28, 2017.  Funeral services will be held on Monday, May 1, 2017 at 2:00 p.m. at the chapel of Coker-Mathews Funeral Home, officiating by Nihl B. Bulkley, III.  Burial will follow at Prairie Valley Cemetery.  Visitation will from 1:00 p.m. until service time.

 Margie was born to Arlie Grover Bryant and Jesse Alzana Fox Bryant in Campbell, Texas on December 10, 1931. Margie was the middle child of seven children.  She was preceded in death by her parents and by 3 sisters: Pauline Bryant, Geraldine Dooley, Nora Lou Moore, and 1 brother: Leo Bryant.  Margie is survived by one brother: Arlie Wayne Bryant & wife Sandra of Cumby, Texas and one sister: Barbara Kluttz of Greenville, Texas.

 Margie is also survived by her husband: Nihl Burdette Bulkley, Sr. of 63 years; one daughter: Sandra Pauline Gann of Sulphur Springs, Texas; two sons: Nihl Burdette Bulkley, II of Atlanta, Texas, and Clinton Bryant Bulkley of Sulphur Springs, Texas.

 Margie has 10 grandchildren: Justin Gann & wife, Victoria of The Colony, Texas, LaWana Hohenberger & husband, Brock of Sulphur Springs, Texas, Jonathan Gann of New Jersey, Jesse Gann & wife Tracey of Sulphur Springs, Texas, and Stephanie Ricks of Sulphur Springs.  Also, Nihl B. Bulkley, III & wife, Monica of Atlanta, Texas, Heather Juarez & husband, Oswaldo of Balch Springs, Texas, Hannah Yow & husband, John of Burnet, Texas, also Leldon Bulkley of Fort Worth, Texas and Bryant Bulkley & wife, Shelly of Cumby, Texas. She was a loving grandmother to all 10 grandchildren & 23 great-grandchildren. 

 She is also survived by many loving nieces and nephews.

Anyone who knows Margie Bulkley will remember with fondness her beautiful smile and pleasant wit.

 Margie Dell Bryant Bulkley dedicated her life to serving the Lord.  She went to Bible seminary in Fort Worth and married a preacher and spent her life as a godly Christian example of a pastorís wife, mother, grandmother, servant, friend and everything that a Christian lady should be.  We will all remember her caring heart and all the prayers she prayed for each of us.

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