Genevieve (Frey) Bullock was born March 17, 1921, in Vienna the 4th daughter of (6) born to Peter Clay and Bertha Minerva (Tackett) Frey and passed away July 26, 2022 at Gasconade Manor Nursing Home, Owensville, Mo., at the age of (101).
On December 16, 1939, Genevieve was united in marriage to Leonard Alvin Bullock and to this union 3 children were born. He preceded her in death on January 15, 2001.
Genevieve was employed for many years as the head cook for Harrison Center School Vichy, Mo, also as a seamstress for California Manufacturing, St. James, Mo. many years prior to 1978 when she and Leonard sold their farm at Vichy and relocated to Belle.
Genevieve enjoyed gardening, cooking, and baking, growing flowers and was especially proud of her variety of Iris as well as her variety of Cactus from Christmas to Thanksgiving to Easter Cactus!
She also enjoyed embroidering quilt blocks, sewing, and quilting and playing Uno with the grandkids, feeding the fish in the pond, and sitting on the porch watching the hummingbirds and reading.
After retiring she also enjoyed spending time at the Vienna Senior Center as well as was the volunteer contact person for many years for the Older Adults Transportation Service, receiving the award of “Volunteer of the Year”.
Her favorite time was spent with her family, especially her grandchildren and great grandchildren.
She is survived by her children, Kenneth Bullock of Vichy, Kathleen Kinkead of Belle, Delores Nicolson of Belle, Shane (Vicki) Bullock of Fulton; Grandchildren, Jim Sohm, Kathy Sohm, of Richland, Angie (Shawn) Jones of Belle, Shaun (Donna Jungel) Bullock, West Brooklyn, IL, Pete (Kori) Bullock of Paw Paw, IL; 6 Great grandchildren; A sister, Bonnie Anderson of Stone Bridge of Westphalia, Westphalia, MO and also with a host of nieces and nephews, extended family members and friends.
In addition to her parents and husband, Genevieve was preceded in death by one son in law, Fred “Fritz” Kinkead and 4 sisters, Lola Adkins, Mabel Honse, Marie Crum, and Thelma Frey.
Memorial Contributions can be made to Vienna Senior Center or to the Older Adults Transportation Service also known as OATS, in her Genevieve’s honor.
Arrangements are under the direction of Sassmann’s Chapel, Belle, MO. (859-3712)