Rosalie Dale Bullock
Remember
Rosalie Dale Bullock
  • April 1, 1938 - October 19, 2017
  • Glen Allen, Virginia

Share This Obituary


BULLOCK, Rosalie Dale (Henshaw), 79, of Richmond, Va. The Lord peacefully called Dale home on October 19, 2017. She was preceded in death by her parents, James Maryland Henshaw and Rosalie Alice Slade Henshaw. Dale is survived by her loving husband, Fred Bullock; sons, Mark Hajacos and Chris Hajacos (Phyllis); daughter, Michelle Hajacos Miller (Steve); stepsons, Jay Gardner (Sharon) and Jim Bullock deceased); eight grandchildren, Nicole Nelson (Shaun), Amanda Chanel (Joey), Stephanie Mckethan (Justin), Luke Hajacos, Justin Hajacos (Sydney), Tanner Bullock, Jenna Bullock and Jaina Gardner; 11 great-grandchildren; sister-in-law, Joan Isaacs (Ron), Cousin Lacy Dykes; special family members, Sherry Bails (Rick) and Donna Hajacos; and two precious dogs, Honey and Luci.

Most notably, Dale was a devoted CHRISTIAN, wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. She held her spiritual principles in all she did in life. Dale was very talented and loved to create beautiful things in embroidery, quilting, cross stitching, sewing, tole painting, making dolls, scrapbooking and many other creations. She enjoyed gardening, photography and researching her ancestry.

She was a member of Mount Vernon Baptist Church and sang in the choir for a number of years. Dale enjoyed the bonds and friendship as vice queen of the "hummingbirds" of the RED HAT SOCIETY. For her love of animals, she created her own business as a pet sitter in her retirement years.

She worked in accounting for the Commonwealth of Virginia Department of Health and for Sheltering Arms for a number of years. She served as Secretary to the 7th District Republican Party of Virginia (1977) and worked campaigns and fundraisers for the Republican Party Candidates John Dalton and Lt Governor candidate Wyatt Durette, from 1976 to 1978.

Dale was loved by many. She was kind, caring and principled in deep religious convictions and always gave of herself, to her family, friends and to anyone in need. Though her death will cause us to grieve deeply, her death is triumphant in her personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Her family will miss her so.

The family will receive visitors at Mount Vernon Baptist Church, 11220 Nuckols Rd., Glen Allen, Va. 23059, at 1 p.m. on Saturday, October 28, 2017, followed by the service at the church at 2 p.m.