Paul Pulley: In Our Care ~ November 4, 2020

Paul Pulley, 59, passed away Wednesday, November 4th, 2020, in Richmond, MO. Paul was born on May 21st, 1961, to George and Betty Pulley of Amity, MO. He was a 1979 graduate of Maysville High School, and worked at several different vocations throughout his life. Paul worked for Fort Myers (Florida) Pump and Pool Supply, he was the manager of Shadyland Angus Farms, the herd manager at both Shatto Dairy and Hoffman Dairy, and most recently worked in the meat department at Walmart in Richmond. However, his true passions involved playing cards with family, deer hunting, carpentry and woodworking-especially making furniture-and attending his grandsons’ sporting events. 

On November 30, 1979, Paul married Cindy (Thornton) Eggleston, and together they had three children: Bobbi Pulley of Des Moines, IA, Michael (Rachael) Pulley of Maysville, MO, and Stefani Pulley of Maysville, MO. 

Paul is survived by his father George Pulley of Amity; his three children: Bobbi, Michael (Rachael), and Stefani; three grandsons: Braden and Clayton Covey, and Louin Pulley; siblings Gary (Nancy) Pulley, Audrey (George) Stuart, and Brian (Kelly) Pulley; and several nieces and nephews and great-nieces and great-nephews. 

He is proceeded in death by his mother Betty (Weidmaier) Pulley (1937-2012), grandparents Victor and Carrie Weidmaierand Opal and Clifford Russel, and biological grandfather George Otis Pulley, as well as nephew Jacob Pulley.

Graveside Funeral Services will be 2:00 p.m. Thursday, November 12, 2020 at Amity Cemetery. No Visitation is scheduled. Friends and Family are asked to please wear mask, social distance and to give hugs at a later time in order to keep everyone safe. Memorial Contributions: Maysville Alumni Scholarship. Online condolences:

One Response to “Paul Pulley: In Our Care ~ November 4, 2020”

  1. Frank owen November 17, 2020 at 9:52 pm #

    So sorry to see that Paul passed. I have great memories of him and all of the family. You were and are dear friends. Paul will be missed. Love to you Frank Owen.

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