In memory of
Dorothy Wood Bullock
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In memory of
Dorothy Wood Bullock
Dorothy Nola Wood Bullock, affectionately called "Mommy Dot", began her new life in Heaven on Nov. 15, 2018. She was born on Oct. 11,1931 to Nola and V. C. Wood (of Woods Drug Store) in Birmingham, Alabama. She fought a heavy duel with dementia. Dorothy graduated from Woodlawn High School. She supported Alabama Super Jazz, local theaters and the Libraries. She mastered cooking and baking. If you were on her schedule that day you were given a cake. Her love for reading showed in her daily life. Her subscription to National Geographic encouraged her to travel around the world. Newspapers and health magazines allowed her to clip out advice to help others. Mommy Dot loved her dogs with all of her heart. She had a strong faith in God and she was very serious about SEC football. Her motivation for living was exhibited to her family, especially the little ones. She is survived by her children Steve (Beth), Barry, Dona, Jack (Johnna), and her grandchildren Tanya, Nealey, Danielle, Mandie, Star, Nick, Chase, Sydney, Natalie, and Britton. She was a proud great-grandmother of ten great-grandchildren. Bucky (Christy) Wood was s special nephew she was fond of . She was preceded in death by her siblings Billy, Helen, Virginia, Jack, and her former husband Walter and son Eddie (Dana). She is leaving a beautiful legacy of love and memories to everyone that knew her. A memorial service will be held on January 5th at 2:00 P.M.in the Chapel at Church of the Highlands on Grants Mill Road. Come celebrate our beloved Mommy Dot.
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In memory of
Dorothy Wood Bullock
Dorothy Nola Wood Bullock, affectionately called "Mommy Dot", began her new life in Heaven on Nov. 15, 2018. She was born on Oct. 11,1931 to Nola and V. C. Wood (of Woods Drug Store) in Birmingham, Alabama. She fought a heavy duel with dementia. Dorothy graduated from Woodlawn High School. She supported Alabama Super Jazz, local theaters and the Libraries. She mastered cooking and baking. If you were on her schedule that day you were given a cake. Her love for reading showed in her daily life. Her subscription to National Geographic encouraged her to travel around the world. Newspapers and health magazines allowed her to clip out advice to help others. Mommy Dot loved her dogs with all of her heart. She had a strong faith in God and she was very serious about SEC football. Her motivation for living was exhibited to her family, especially the little ones. She is survived by her children Steve (Beth), Barry, Dona, Jack (Johnna), and her grandchildren Tanya, Nealey, Danielle, Mandie, Star, Nick, Chase, Sydney, Natalie, and Britton. She was a proud great-grandmother of ten great-grandchildren. Bucky (Christy) Wood was s special nephew she was fond of . She was preceded in death by her siblings Billy, Helen, Virginia, Jack, and her former husband Walter and son Eddie (Dana). She is leaving a beautiful legacy of love and memories to everyone that knew her. A memorial service will be held on January 5th at 2:00 P.M.in the Chapel at Church of the Highlands on Grants Mill Road. Come celebrate our beloved Mommy Dot.
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Memorial service
 
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Saturday, Jan 5
02:00 PM
Chapel at Church of the Highlands
Grants Mill Road, AL 35203
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