Pullen, Robert Calvin
Robert Calvin Pullen “Grizzly” 72 of Rich Creek, Va was called to his heavenly home on June 27th, 2022 surrounded by his family. Born in Newport News, Va on March 12,1950 to the late John William Pullen of Kentucky and Doris Mae Poe of Lynchburg, Va.
Grizzly attended the Virginia School for the Deaf and worked as a Civil Service Carpenter at Fort Eustis in Newport News, Va. From there he became a “Jack of all trades”. He was an avid saltwater fisherman and found a new love for catfishing on the New River. He loved bowling and playing pool. He could tackle any job, big or small and show anyone the ropes while doing it. From a man of many talents he was also a loving and caring man. From his funny moments and random outbursts of jokes, to his compassion and love for others. He touched so many lives on this earth.
He is preceded in death by his sister Victoria Celis and his loving companion of 7 years Fannie Ratcliffe.
He leaves to carry on his memory his daughter Robin Bunn of Angier, NC. A son Jason Pullen Kearney of Midlothian, Va. Step-daughter and caregiver Chasity (Keith) Fleeman of Narrows, Va. His sisters Patsy (Merritt) Belew of Scottsville, Va and Rosie (Kenneth) Phares of Hampton, Va. Grandsons Cameron Bunn and Dylan Bunn of Angier, NC, Cody Burgess of Rich Creek, Va. Granddaughters Ashlyn and Riley Kearney of Midlothian, Va. Numerous friends, His dog Maisy and grand pup Roxy.
A private memorial service will be held at a later date.
A guestbook is available by visiting www.kendallfuneralhome.com. The staff of Kendall Funeral Home are honored to serve the Pullen Family.
Lisa Green Bennett
July 1, 2022 @ 9:39 am
I will miss you so much I know well you each other long time I love you. ❤
Tina Margaret Steele
July 3, 2022 @ 1:34 pm
Grizzly! It is so hard that you left us on the earth. I was glad you found me on FB and we chatted and caught up on news on video chatting. Thank you for your time with me a few times before you departed. We had a blast in the past. You were so fun and easygoing to hang out with. You made so good and CHAMP broiled peanuts. When I see any broiled peanuts, I think about you. Thank you for introducing me to your best-broiled peanuts. Let’s celebrate the broiled peanuts with Jesus! I dearly miss you loads. I’ll never forget you. I pray your new journey is beginning, peace, and joyous with Jesus. Hugs.