Bulson, Patrick M. Sr, 55, of Marlboro, died Tuesday, May 7, 2013 at Vassar Bros Hosp in Poughkeepsie. . Mr. Bulson was born October 18, 1957 in Newburgh, NY. He is the son of the late William Bulson and Norma Alexander Bulson who survives in Marlboro
He was employed by Spanky's Restaurant, Ellenville.
He is survived by;Fiancee' Rosie, 2 Sons Patrick Jr of Napanoch, and Jason of Cottekill, and 1 Daughter Sandra of North Carolina. 2 Brothers: Joseph A. Hannigan III of Newburgh, and William F. Bulson Jr of Plattekill. One Sister Beverly Ann Harpe of Florida. 7 Grandchildren, and Several Nieces and Nephews.
Pre-Deceased by his Son Michael, and Sister Sandra Lee Sparaco.
Memorial Visitation will be held at The DiDonato Funeral Home, 1290 Route 9W, Marlboro, New York on Tuesday, May 14th from 6:00 - 8:00 PM
Family requests Memorial Donations be made to:
American Cancer Society, 95 Schwenk Drive, Kingston, NY 12401.
Arrangements were entrusted to The DiDonato Funeral Service, Inc..
I have known you since you were 10 yrs old. So, I wrote you this poem.
My life may not be perfect,
My days may not be sweet,
But , this I do remember
Christ made my life complete. I love you and will see you again, Viv
The Melendez Family
You will be truly missed. God bless you.
Love you today and always forever in my heart and thoughts. May we connect like the ribbons in the skies until I see you again.
God has called one of his angels home and will be sadly missed. Take an extra second to let your loved ones know you care about them. You never know if you will be allowed to again. Rest in peace Pat.
Brother, my heart is broken, I am so glad we got to share some time and a lot of laughs together and you kept saying that you loved me that last day together, well I am telling the world today brother, I love you Pat.
Uncle Pat will be missed. He always had a good sense of humor. May you rest in peace.
Although we only spent two years together, we filled a lifetime of memories that will never be forgotten. The jokes, the stories, advice, and support you gave me I will treasure forever. Hard to believe you are gone when we still had so much planned out. To my neighbor, best friend, and my "adopted" second father, may you rest in peace and always look over us to guide us in the proper direction. Love you dad.
Your Neighbors and Friends
From Marvin, Cory, Vic, Brian, Tamzin and all of us that were your neighbor these last 2 years: Nothing will ever be the same without you. Made us laugh even in the hardest of times. We have lost a special friend that we can never replace, and will be remembered forever in our hearts. Rest in peace Pat, until we meet again in heaven. God bless.
ELLENVILLE COMM ACTION LADIES
we all will miss you big guy.
We spent time as friends and neighbors, and you were always there to lend a hand.
rest in peace
From the times I got to know you, I thought you were sweet and so funny. Together you and Rosey made a great match. You will be missed but I know that you will be in heaven making all your friends and loved ones above laugh and smile with your way of being. Thank you for caring about my little family especially Nyah. If you can locate a voice for her where you are, please send it down to us. We would love to hear her speak someday. You will be truly missed but at least we have our memories of you in our hearts. May God watch over you. All our love.
John & Rhonda Rios
Even though we haven't seen you in awhile the thought of you suddenly passing took us by surprise. I will never forget the time you & I worked together at Steak & Stein. It was hard work and you did it well, always smiling, wanting to be helpful, going out of your way to do things. I know you are in Heaven. "Nothing is past, nothing is lost and all will be as before-only better, infinitely happier and forever we will all be one together with Christ" Rest in Peace
I would like to tell Joe my ex-coworker and very good friend how sorry i feel to know the passing of his brother whom I met ocasionally and also my condolence go to all his family.
I remember Cousin Pat so fondly in our younger days as being so full of excitement for life's adventures as well as being able to just enjoy the moment at hand.He will be missed by all who knew him,until we all gather again in Heaven.Until then,"Put a Good Word in for me Cuz!" All My Love-Cousin Bobby
Another member of our family gone way too soon. Uncle Pat, You will be missed, and especially the stories you used to tell, which so often put smiles on our faces. We love you...Until we meet again.
Love, Maria, Richie & John
One of my fondest childhood memories was us riding your go-cart down Russo Drive. We were flying! We were kids and we were fearless! Many years have pasted since then and I regret that we did not keep in touch. Now I pray that someday, when we meet again, we will ride fearlessly in our Lords Kingdom. I will remember to keep my elbows in next time :)
PAT AND MYSELF WERE LIKE BROTHERS. WE WERE ALWAYS TOGETHER. EITHER PLAYING CARDS WITH MOE OR PLAYING WIFFLE BALL WITH JOE. I MET HIS COUSIN DEBBIE THROUGH HIM AND WE ARE STILL TOGETHER TODAY. HE WAS A GOOD FRIEND AND HE WILL ALWAYS BE REMEMBERED BY ME ALWAYS.
I'll miss you dear nephew but I guess our Lord needed another angel in heaven,one with a ready smile and eagerness to lend a helping hand."Good night sweet Prince,may flights of angels guide you to your rest " Aunt Grace
Happy birthday in heaven Pat! Still miss you man!