Patricia Gail Pullan

patricia pullan

May 31, 1954 ~ October 10, 2017

Born in: Elmhurst, IL
Resided in: Acworth, GA

Patricia Gail Pullan passed away on October 10, 2017. Her services will be held at Roswell Funeral Home in Roswell at 2pm on Saturday, October 21st. Gail was preceded in death by her parents, George and Patricia Pullan. Gail is survived by her brothers and wives, Robert and Mary Sue Pullan, John and Lynn Pullan, George Reed Pullan and her sister and husband Lin and Rich Bennett. Her nieces include Sara Geimer and her family Ron, Lily and Olivia, Danielle Pullan and her husband Marco Panessa, Alex Bennett Nattrass and her husband Colin Nattrass, and her nephew Robert Carlson Pullan and his son Colton.

Gail was an Office Administrator at Edward Jones after a long career in Hospitality and Real Estate in Boston and in Atlanta. Her passion was in genealogy and in the last five years has uncovered many new branches of the Pullan and Proctor families. Her inquiries traveled the globe to Ireland, New Zealand, England and the New England states to right here in Georgia. While in Ireland this year, she was able to introduce our grandmother’s niece to our family. Gail attended Mary Washington College in Virginia where she was the editor of the paper. That’s where her love for stories began. Gail was a wonderful aunt to her nieces and nephews and kept many of the Pullan and Proctor traditions going throughout the years. Gail being the family historian was known for her thoughtful gifts of ancestral family pictures or paintings along with its story for the last many years.

Gail had suffered from diabetes related illnesses but God took her home suddenly. He did that after a wonderful reunion weekend with all her family around her. We praise God for giving her and us a chance to hug her, listen to her stories and providing us a loving memory.

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  1. Pat Fitzgerald says:

    She was my friend and colleague…a beautiful person. I miss her!

  2. Jo Ivey says:

    Gail was a delightful person, friend and colleague. I miss her.

  3. Lynda (your Canadian friend) says:

    Gaily will be fondly remembered by all…….not to mention she will be missed by everyone she touched in this life. Charleston and Kentucky Derby antics will always be some fond memories of my time spent with Gail and Co.
    Rest in Peace dearheart…

  4. Kathy Krajecki says:

    My cousin Gail has left a void in my heart. She was the glue to the Mulligan clan which was her extended family. For that i was so richly blessed. Our mothers were siater(almost twins) since they usually had the same bathing suites when visiting in their most favorite place GLP. Gails smile and beautiful heart will live on. I will miss you and look forward to seeing you again in heaven.!

  5. Joan Marlow Miller says:

    I was so sorry to hear from my brother Bob of Gail’s passing. I have such fond memories of the Pullan/Marlow get-togethers when we were young, in Wheaton, Groton, Ridgewood, the Jersey shore, or Green Pond. Our families got along so well and were always having fun, parents included. My condolences to you Bob, John Reed and Lin. We’re thinking of you and remembering those good times.

  6. Valerie Healey says:

    Gail was a woman full of fun and kindness. Our hearts go out to all her family and many friends. She will be missed.

  7. William Boneau says:

    Gail and I hit it off from the get go. She was a fun person to be with. I have some good memories with her and her family at the beach house in CT. She will truly be missed but never forgotten.
    Marilyn’s Bill

  8. Kay Bell and Ann Arnold says:

    We will miss her smile and sunny outlook. She has definitely been the glue that kept the branches of the Pullan family connected. She will be missed.

  9. Muriel"Spunky" Mullen Andrews says:

    So very sorry to hear this. Please know that Gail’s Sem Sisters all send their deepest condolences and prayers to the entire family.

  10. Beth Segars says:

    Gail will be missed by all her family and friends. Will keep the entire family in my prayers.

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